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Aerial Fire

Bombardier to relocate Global final assembly

Bombardier reaches a long-term lease agreement with the Greater Toronto Airports Authority to build a new Global Manufacturing Centre at Toronto Pearson.

New YUL Connection Centre set to open

ADM Aéroports de Montréal on December 11 expects to begin welcoming its first passengers at a new Connection Centre at Trudeau International.

Flightdocs opens Toronto office

Flightdocs, which develops aviation maintenance, flight operations and inventory software, is expanding its SaaS footprint into Canada.
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Featured News 
Mark Galardo

Home grown, Air Canada and the A220

Air Canada’s first Airbus A220-300 in December will arrive at Trudeau International Airport on a delivery flight from the former Bombardier assembly plant at nearby Mirabel. With 45 A220s on order, Mark Galardo, VP of network planning with Air Canada, describes the business impact the aircraft. » Learn More
Air France 358

Beyond Air France 358

Between 2013 and 2018, an average of nine runway overrun accidents and incidents took place annually in Canada. Kathy Fox, chair of the Transportation Safety Board of Canada, shares insight into one of the persistent issues on the organization’s Watchlist, focusing on what was learned from the miracle of flight 358. » Learn More

P&WC to power VRT500 helicopters

VR-Technologies, part of Russian Helicopters, and Pratt & Whitney Canada sign a contract for fitting the light VRT500 helicopter with gas-turbine PW207V engines. » Read more...

SKY orders 10 A321XLRs

Chilean-based ultra-low-cost carrier signs a purchase agreement with Airbus for 10 A321XLRs to expand its international route network. » Read more...

An entrepreneurial approach in Canadian aviation

Massimo Bergamini, who recently stepped down as CEO of the National Airlines Council of Canada, describes why aviation must leverage crisis for the benefit of change. » Read more...
Aviation This Week 
Aviation This Week

Bombardier Global Manufacturing Centre to start up in 2023

In this episode of Aviation This Week: Bombardier plans to relocate the final assembly of its Global business jets to Toronto Pearson International Airport. Then Pratt & Whitney Canada reaches a deal to power VRT500 helicopters; and United Airlines orders 50 Airbus A321XLRs to update part of its fleet and begin more transatlantic routes. » See more

Women in Aerospace Annual Christmas Party

December 12, 2019
Location: Mississauga, ON
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January 27-30, 2020
Location: Anaheim, CA
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ATMS 2020

February 4-6, 2020
Location: Toronto, ON
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