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CIA Expos set to rock Toronto, Calgary

Wings and Helicopters popular Careers in Aviation (CIA) Expos are back and are set to rock both the GTA and Calgary!

Macpherson elected chair of IBAC

The Canadian Business Aviation Association has announced that long-time member and business aviation leader Scott Macpherson has been elected as the head of the International Business Aviation Council (IBAC).

Nominations now open for NLAF awards

The Northern Lights Aero Foundation is accepting nominations for its 8th annual awards program.
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Centennial College

Aviation Training at Centennial College

Centennial College’s School of Transportation’s Aviation Technician programs place an emphasis on various aspects of electrical and mechanical systems within the aircraft. In option M (maintenance), students study everything from hydraulics to structures. In option E (avionics) they perform tasks associated with the maintenance and repair of aircraft communication, navigation and data systems. Students meeting the Transport Canada (TC) accreditation requirements receive 18-month credit towards the experience requirements for issue of an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME) Licence (M or E rating), and TC technical examination credit. The programs are accredited by The Canadian Council for Aviation and Aerospace (CCAA) as meeting the national occupational standards for aircraft/avionics maintenance training. >> Learn more
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Textron Aviation celebrates Citation milestone

Textron Aviation Inc., a Textron Inc. company, is celebrating the 45th anniversary of the first Cessna Citation delivery. » Learn More

Resolution ahead for Bombardier trade issue

Canada’s newly-appointed trade minister Francois-Philippe Champagne said last week that he has told officials from Brazil that he is open to resolving the feud over funding for jet maker Bombardier without getting the World Trade Organization (WTO) involved. » Learn More
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Applications Now Available for CBAA $10K Schedulers & Dispatchers Scholarship

The CBAA is committed to promoting education and training as a means for individuals to increase the professionalism of their positions and to advance career development opportunities within the business aviation community.

To further this objective, CBAA offers the Schedulers and Dispatchers Scholarship to members in conjunction with several sponsors who have donated a total of $10,000CDN to be awarded to one or more Canadian candidates annually. Please click here to download the application form and for more information. >> Learn More

Reorganization at VWC keeps planes in the air

Vintage Wings Canada has undertaken a significant reorganization that will ensure its fleet of vintage aircraft will continue to take to the skies. » Read more...

Emerging technologies will transform airports: SITA

Airports worldwide are on the cusp of major technological transformations that will see the introduction of processes and services that will change the way people travel, according to a new report from SITA. » Read more...

Top 20 Under 40 nominations now open!

Wings and Helicopters magazines are once again highlighting the brightest young leaders in aviation and aerospace with our Top 20 Under 40 awards program! » Read more...
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Aviation This Week

Airport Security Exclusive

Aviation This Week a look at how the fatal mass shooting in Ft. Lauderdale on Jan. 6 had an impact on Canadian airports. Tamar Atik reports. » See more

2017 NBAA Schedulers & Dispatchers Conference

February 7-10, 2017
Location: Fort Worth, Tex.
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HAI Heli-Expo 2017

March 6-9, 2017
Location: Dallas, Tex.
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CIA Expo

April 22, 2017
Location: Toronto, Ont.
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CIA Expo

May 6, 2017
Location: Calgary, Alta.
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