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Premier Aviation sells Windsor operation

Premier Aviation has sold its Windsor aircraft MRO (maintenance, repair and overhaul) facility to AAR, an American company that leads the aircraft aftermarket industry around the globe.

Flying Colours makes a heavy maintenance hat trick

North American-based Flying Colours Corp. is continuing work on three 120-month (8C) maintenance inspections for a trio of Bombardier Global aircraft at its Peterborough, Ont. facility.

P&WC, Air New Zealand sign new support deal

Pratt & Whitney Canada has announced that it has signed an agreement with New Zealand’s national airline to deliver an engine service and support program.
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Business Council of Canada backs Bombardier in Boeing dispute

An industry group representing Canadian chief executives is calling on Boeing to scrap its trade challenge against Montreal-based Bombardier Inc. » Learn More
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WestJet announces further investment in YYC

WestJet has announced that its new wide-body hangar will be located at YYC Calgary International Airport, which is also the home base for WestJet mainline and Encore head offices. » Learn More
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ATAC before the House Finance Committee

ATAC commented on the sale of Canadian airports, CATSA business model, and the Carbon Tax.

ATAC will fight against this measure which would jeopardize the long-term viability of our industry for a one-time cash grab.

Business models for CATSA are being studied. ATAC supports an adjustment where the ATSC becomes a CATSA set fee.

The announced Carbon Tax announced is a serious blow to the competitiveness of our industry. The $10 per ton announced for 2018 translates into a.0274 $ per liter. By 2022 this will have raised to 0.1369$ per liter. >> Register Now!

Airbus selects Magellan Aerospace for A320neo exhaust system

Magellan Aerospace has announced that it was selected by Airbus to provide exhaust systems for the A320neo PW family of aircraft. » Read more...

Boeing sees growing demand for new airplanes in Southeast Asia

Boeing projects a demand for 4,210 new airplanes, valued at $650 billion, over the next 20 years in Southeast Asia. » Read more...

Elsie MacGill Awards Gala set to soar

The 9th annual Elsie MacGill Awards Gala is set to go Sat. Sept. 30 in Vaughan, Ont. and this year’s gathering promises to be a truly special event. » Read more...
Aviation This Week 
Aviation This Week

AVIATION TV: Previewing the 2017 Elsie MacGill Northern Lights Awards

In today’s episode of Aviation This Week, we preview the 2017 Elsie MacGill Northern Lights Awards, Prime Minister steps up the pressure on Boeing; and Air Canada reveals more details about its new pilot contract. » See more
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2017 Safety & Quality Summit

September 27-29, 2017
Location: Dallas, Tx.
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NBAA 2017

October 10-12, 2017
Location: Las Vegas, Nv.
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ATAC’s 2017 Canadian Aviation Conference and Trade Show

November 6-8, 2017
Location: Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth Hotel, Montreal
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2017 Canadian Aerospace Summit

November 7-8, 2017
Location: Shaw Centre, Ottawa
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