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Boeing will not appeal tariff ruling in trade dispute

Aircraft giant Boeing will not appeal a ruling by the U.S. International Trade Commission that allows its Canadian rival Bombardier to sell its newest commercial jets without heavy duties.

Bombardier celebrating 20th anniversary of its Global Completion Center

This year, Bombardier Business Aircraft is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its Global Completion Center in Montreal.

Elevate Aviation wraps up 2018 cross country tour

Was it exhausting? Extremely! Was it worth it? Absolutely! The Elevate Aviation Cross Country Tour has wrapped up its final stop in Winnipeg, Manitoba and what an adventure it was.
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ATAC Writes to All Premiers and to the Prime Minister

This letter writing campaign was undertaken in an attempt to convince Minister Garneau to slow down in his regulatory amendments for flight and duty time.

Increased safety is branded as the leitmotif of this initiative. Our enviable safety record shows that Canadian air carriers are world leaders in terms of air safety. The end results of this ill-conceived regulatory change, however, will be significantly increased cost of air travel to all Canadians and a reduction in service to the northern and remote regions, communities who depend most on air travel. >> Learn more
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Boeing delivers world's first 787-10 Dreamliner

Boeing and Singapore Airlines celebrated the delivery of the first 787-10 airplane, the newest and largest member of the Dreamliner family and a jet that will set a new global standard for fuel efficiency on Sunday. » Learn More
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CBAA 2018 Speaker Spotlight: Dr. Daniel Mollicone  

Fatigue is one of aviation’s most discussed issues, affecting every part of operations. Join Daniel Mollicone, Ph.D., CEO and Co-founder, Pulsar Informatics Inc. for Pilot Fatigue in Business Aviation, a session covering the latest scientific data and research on pilot fatigue, focussing on corporate and charter flights.  >> Learn more

GTAA reports 2017 results

The Greater Toronto Airports Authority has reported its financial and operating results for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2017. Passenger activity and net income increased substantially at 6.2 per cent and 31.2 per cent, respectively, during 2017 as compared to 2016. » Read more...
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Aviation This Week

The anticipated launch of new low-cost carrier Canada Jetlines is delayed

In this week’s episode of Aviation This Week, the anticipated launch of low-cost carrier Canada Jetlines is delayed, Boeing is getting its very first 737 Max 7 up in the air, and Airbus signs order for the first H160s for the North American market. » See more
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DTI Basic Quality Assurance - Vancouver

March 27, 2018
Location: Delta, B.C.
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MRO Americas 2018

April 10-12, 2018
Location: Orlando, Fla.
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'AAA' Career Expo

April 15, 2018
Location: Ottawa
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