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Inspiring Aviation Expo at Aurora Jet in Edmonton

More than 75 students from across Western Canada and 120 people in total turned out for Careers in Aviation Expo in Edmonton, Alberta, held within the recently built – 2012 – hangar of Aurora Jet Partners.

Bombardier signs firm agreement for 15 CRJ900s

Bombardier Commercial Aircraft signed a firm order valued at approximately US$719 million for 15 new CRJ900 regional jets with American Airlines, which took an option for 15 more aircraft.

Gulfstream G500 and G600 set tandem city-pair records

On April 20, the Gulfstream G500 and G600 flew from Shanghai to Honolulu at an average speed of Mach 0.90, as the G500 made the flight in 8 hours and 34 minutes, with the G600 arriving one minute later.

Boeing, Lufthansa complete order for four 777 aircraft

Boeing and the Lufthansa Group complete an order for four more 777 airplanes, valued at $1.4 billion at list prices, as the aviation company advances plans to modernize its fleet with newer wide-body airplanes.
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Featured News 
Feature 1

Unraveling CRA's new policy on personal use of bizjets

Toronto lawyer Steven Sitcoff describes what you need to know about the personal use of corporate aircraft based on the March 2018 final version of Canada Revenue Agency policy. While not as permissive as its former position, the new policy is still a vast improvement over the recent draft proposals, albeit with a few wrinkles for the unwary. » Learn More
Feature 2

My life in aviation

Tim Anderson of Anderson Aviation, and a new columnist of Wings magazine, describes the development of his career and business in Canadian aviation. Anderson outlines his goals to discuss the tools for a safer, more efficient and reliable industry, how its ebbs and flows affects workers on the ground, to present critical issues, and ultimately promote and enhance aviation in Canada. » Learn More
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Airbus developing Quebec aerospace workers of the future

Airbus is contributing $20,000 to sponsor an important new awareness campaign, Rise to the Future, developed by Aéro Montreal in conjunction with provincial partners. » Read more...

Drone Delivery Canada appoints new regulatory director

James Williams is appointed to the newly created position of Director of Regulatory Affairs, USA, as the company grows its management team advancing its drone delivery technology south of the border. » Read more..

Passenger demand accelerates in March: IATA

International Air Transport Association reports global passenger traffic for March 2018 rose 9.5 per cent, compared to the same month a year ago – the fastest pace in 12 months. » Read more...
Aviation This Week 
Aviation This Week

CAE and KF Aerospace form SkyAlyne Canada

In this week’s episode of Aviation This Week: CAE and KF Aerospace form SkyAlyne Canada joint venture to develop world-class military pilot and aircrew training, Canada certifies a bigger payload for new S-92 Helicopters, and a new Boeing tanker program passes FAA certification flight testing. » See more
Annex Bookstore


May 30-31, 2018
Location: EY Centre, Ottawa, ON
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CBAA 2018 Convention & Exhibition

June 12-14, 2018
Location: Region of Waterloo International Airport
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COPA 2018 Convention and Trade Show

June 21-23, 2018
Location: Saint John, N.B.
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