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July 23, 2019
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Boeing to recognize 737 MAX costs in Q2

Boeing is to recognize an after-tax charge of US$4.9 billion as an impact to earnings relating to the 737 MAX grounding when it releases second quarter results.

Textron reports Q2, suspends Hemisphere jet program

Textron reports Q2 results, suspending its Citation Hemisphere jet program and noting a drop in commercial turboprop deliveries to 34 from 47 in Q2 2018.

Levaero delivers first PC-24 in Canada

Levaero Aviation delivers the first Canadian-registered Pilatus PC-24 aircraft to an undisclosed customer, described as an experienced operator.

PAL awarded heavy-maintenance contract for RCAF CT-142 fleet

PAL Aerospace wins a contract to provide heavy maintenance for the Royal Canadian Air Force’s CT-142 Dash-8 Fleet, with a potential extension for seven years.
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TSB Annual Report

TSB releases annual report

The Transportation Safety Board of Canada tables its 2018/19 Annual Report, which outlines key annual statistics on occurrences in the aviation, marine, rail and pipeline modes of transportation. The report highlights a downward trend in Canadian-registered-aircraft accidents and more efficient investigations. » Learn More
Construction begins at YUL

Construction begins on REM station at YUL

ADM Aéroports de Montréal begins construction on the REM rail station at Trudeau International, which is part of a massive $2.5 billion YUL infrastructure investment program. The first REM metro car is expected to enter the station in 2023 when construction is complete. » Learn More

Korean Air orders 20 Dreamliners

Korean Air finalizes an agreement with Boeing to order 20 787 Dreamliner airplanes, including 10 each of the 787-10 and 787-9 models. » Read more...

ATP places huge Skyhawk Cessna order

ATP Flight School places orders and options for up to 100 Cessna Skyhawk aircraft with its long-term supplier Textron Aviation. » Read more...

McMillan joins FLYHT board

FLYHT Aerospace Solutions of Calgary, Alberta, has added Captain Mary McMillan to its board of directors effective August 1, 2019. » Read more...
Aviation This Week 
Aviation This Week

First Air and Canadian North merge

In this episode of Aviation This Week: First Air and Canadian North complete merger with a set of restrictions from Transport Canada, which notes the importance of a sustainable airline for the region. Then One More Orbit breaks the earth circumnavigation record by crossing both poles in less than two days; and WINGS receives Hope Air’s 2019 Outstanding Philanthropist Award. » See more

COPA Eastern Canada Convention and Fly In

August 22-24, 2019
Location: Cornwall, ON
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Careers in Aviation Expo, Toronto

September 21, 2019
Location: WestJet, Mississauga, ON
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24th Annual HAC Convention & Helicopter Safety Forum

November 14-16, 2019
Location: Vancouver, BC
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85th annual ATAC Conference and Tradeshow

November 18-20, 2019
Location: Location: Montreal, QC
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