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Rolls-Royce opens new engine facility in U.S.

Rolls-Royce has officially moved into its new Purdue Technology Center Aerospace, a 55,000-sq. ft. facility in West Lafayette, Ind.

GTAA notes growth in passenger activity, income

The Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA) has reported a boost in both passenger activity and income for its fiscal year end on Dec. 31, 2016. Passenger activity was up 8%, while income jumped 29.7%.

Nominations now open for NLAF awards

The Northern Lights Aero Foundation is accepting nominations for its 8th annual awards program.
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Boom raises $33 million for supersonic BizJet project

Boom Supersonic is inching closer to its goal of getting its supersonic BizJet, the XB-1, to take to the skies. » Learn More
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Bombardier CS100 makes landmark flight

Bombardier Commercial Aircraft has confirmed that a C Series aircraft with a representative payload successfully flew non-stop from London City Airport (LCY) and John F. Kennedy (JFK) Airport in New York City. » Learn More
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ATAC Aviation Day on the Hill

On May 16 the Air Transport Association of Canada will be holding its Aviation Day on the Hill networking event with Members of Parliament. ATAC Directors will be meeting among others with members of the House Standing Committee on Transport, Infrastructure and Communities, and with members of the Senate Standing Committee on Transport and Communications. Meetings are also being organized with Ministers’ staff at the departments of Finance, International Trade, Public Safety & National Security, and Transport. ATAC Directors will brief MPs and staffers on the major issues facing commercial aviation today.
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Wake of world’s largest jet damages Bombardier Challenger

A scary incident over the skies of Oman earlier this year saw a Bombardier Challenger 604 get caught in the wake of an Airbus A380. » Read more...

CIA Expo Toronto program now set!

The 2017 CIA Expo Toronto is ready to go and this year’s agenda promises to give attendees worthwhile insights into a variety of aviation and aerospace careers. » 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! Nominate your top leader now! » Read more...
Aviation This Week 
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Transport Canada introduces new recreational drone regulations

In the latest episode of Aviation This Week, Transport Canada introduces new regulations for recreational drones; Embraer’s fourth E-190E2 aircraft takes off; and CAE launches a year of celebrations for its 70th anniversary. » See more

Aircraft Interiors Expo 2017

April 4-6, 2017
Location: Hamburg, Germany
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CIA Expo

April 22, 2017
Location: Toronto, Ont.
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NATA 2017 Annual Convention & Tradeshow

April 24-26, 2017
Location: Yellowknife, N.W.T
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CIA Expo

May 6, 2017
Location: Calgary, Alta.
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