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Oct. 2, 2018
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Global 7500 awarded Transport Canada type certification

Bombardier’s Global 7500, shown to be the longest-range business jet ever built after more than 2,700 flight hours, is awarded Transport Canada type certification.

Héroux-Devtek completes CESA acquisition

Quebec aerospace products manufacturer adds Airbus SE subsidiary for around $206 million, now expecting some 90 per cent of its sales to be generated internationally.

First Air changes leadership with Canadian North merger

Chris Avery succeeds Brock Friesen following a September 28 agreement to move forward with the merger of First Air and Canadian North airlines.
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Serving a world in motion

Kendra Kincade looks at the available careers in air traffic services, including speaking with two women who help to make the skies safer. Kincade herself is an air traffic controller with NAV CANADA, which manages more than 18 million square kilometres of domestic airspace and approximately 3.3 million flights per year. » Learn More
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Pull head out of donkey

Erika Armstrong describes the challenges of situational awareness for pilots based on real events, including an Air Canada incident in which an Airbus A320 almost landed on a taxiway with four other airliners. Armstrong looks at why experienced pilots can crash (or almost crash) a perfect airplane, on a perfect day, at a perfect airport. » Learn More

United orders nine 787-9 Dreamliners

Boeing and United Airlines reach a deal that will see the carrier expand its 787 Dreamliner fleet again with a new order for nine 787-9 airplanes. » Read more...

WinAir to unveil new Dashboards at NBAA

Dashboards display any number of gadgets, which serve as a visual representation of client data around areas like aircraft flight readiness, aircraft utilization and quarantine status queues. » Read more...

Jazz awarded airBaltic contract, Embraer certification

Jazz Technical Services is to provide airframe maintenance for airBaltic's 12 Q400 NextGen aircraft in Halifax, where Jazz maintenance also received Embraer certification. » Read more...
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Bell updatesV-247 Vigilant Tiltrotor unmanned system

In this episode of Aviation this week: Bell updates the progress of its V-247 Vigilant Tiltrotor unmanned aircraft. Then, Airbus Helicopters officially begins 3D printing of A350 components, and Bombardier CRJ is certified for higher maintenance intervals. » See more
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