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Flying Colours’ third Bombardier Global heavy maintenance check

A 120-month heavy maintenance check on a Bombardier Global airframe, as well as a full landing gear overhaul, is the last in a trio of 8C checks completed this past year.

Rovinescu receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Air Canada president and CEO Calin Rovinescu is recognized with the CEO Lifetime Achievement Award at the Airline Passenger Experience Association EXPO.

CRJ Series certified for higher maintenance intervals

FAA approves maintenance interval escalations for the Bombardier CRJ700, CRJ900 and CRJ1000 aircraft, with C-check levels reaching 8,000 flight hours.
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Canadian Pride

Changes in Canadian aviation ownership

Tim Anderson looks at how the Canadian aviation industry has adapted and thrived amid an evolving global landscape, including the recent ownership changes of Diamond Aircraft, Cirrus Aircraft, Teledyne-Continental, Money Aircraft and the country’s largest M&A aviation activity around the Bombardier CSeries program. » Learn More
Carter Mann

General Aviation's role in Canada's pilot shortage

Carter Mann, manager of government affairs and communications at the Canadian Owners & Pilots Association, weighs in on GA’s role in the pilot shortage. A third-generation pilot, Mann provides insight on challenges from the past and ideas for how Canadian aviation can move forward. » Learn More

Funding for Foremost UAS in Alberta

Close to $600,000 will be invested by various pillars of government to support development at the Foremost Unmanned Air Systems Range. » Read more...

AltitudeOne Aviation launches in Ireland

Narrow body and wide body commercial leasing company plans to have aircraft assets under management of more than US$5 billion within the first five years. » Read more...

Swissport expands in Germany with Apron GmbH acquisition

The purchase of Apron GmbH makes Stuttgart the second largest cargo hub for Swissport in Germany, only topped by the company’s Frankfurt facility. » Read more...
Aviation This Week 
Aviation This Week

Building MAX reach on the east coast

In this episode of Aviation this week: Canadian airlines and airports leverage the longer range and fuel efficiency of Boeing’s 737 MAX generation. Then, Universal Helicopters of Goose Bay makes two major investments to expand its operations and Agrisoma Biosciences of Gatineau helps to provide biofuel for an 11-hour United Airlines flight. » See more


October 16-18, 2018
Location: Orlando, FL
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Ontario 2018 AME Conference

November 7-9, 2018
Location: Shaw Centre, Ottawa, ON
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2018 Canadian Aerospace Summit

November 12-14, 2018
Location: Shaw Centre, Ottawa, ON
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ATAC Canadian Aviation Conference and Tradeshow

November 13-15, 2018
Location: Westin Bayshore Hotel, Vancouver, BC
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