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ACI names world’s best airports for customer experience

Airports Council International recognizes Jean-Lesage International, Toronto Pearson, and St. John’s International among world’s best airports for customer experience.

Air Canada names Judy Cameron Scholarship recipients

Four winners of the inaugural Captain Judy Cameron Scholarship program are announced during Women of Aviation Worldwide Week celebrations.

Nolinor to open Mirabel training centre

Nolinor Aviation is set to open its Boeing 737-200 simulator training centre in Mirabel this year, which will be unique in North America.
Sponsored Spotlight 

Hire A Student And Receive Up To $7,000 Per Placement

The Canadian Council for Aviation and Aerospace’s Student Work Placement Program offers Canadian aviation and aerospace companies funding to hire co-op students and interns

Your company could receive up to:

Per placement of full-time or part-time students enrolled in any college or university program

Per placement of:
• First-year students
• Women in STEM
• Indigenous people
• Persons with disabilities

Five Easy Steps:

1. Employer completes the simple online form at
2. Student visits to fill out their application form
3. CCAA assesses eligibility within 48 hours and contacts employer
4. On approval, employer provides documents to support their application
5. CCAA and employer sign a contract and agree to a payment schedule

Please contact:
Kethy S-K Sangaré
Project Co-Ordinator
Tel: 613-727-8272 ext. 261

Featured News 
Bombardier goes corporate

Bombardier goes corporate

David Carr takes a look at Bombardier’s exit from commercial aviation, describing the period as the most-turbulent in Canadian aviation since the cancellation of the Avro Arrow interceptor. With the planned divestiture of its rail unit, Bombardier’s original manufacturer future is squarely focused on business aviation jets. » Learn More
RCMP Northern Light

RCMP Northern Light

With more than 13,000 flight hours, Kathy Stewart, Special Constable with RCMP’s Air Services Branch based out of Edmonton, shares insight into her outstanding career as a helicopter pilot – from her early years with Okanagan and Canadian Helicopters to the tactical missions of providing disaster relief and air support. » Learn More
Aerial Fire

Government of Canada proposes measures for runway safety

Marc Garneau introduces proposed changes to Canadian Aviation Regulations, which would require Canada’s busiest airports to extend their runway end safety areas. » Read more...

CAE opens 2020 edition of Women in Flight scholarship

In partnership with Southwest Airlines, CAE opens its process for submissions into the second edition of the CAE Women in Flight scholarship program. » Read more...

Bombardier offers 4G Wi-Fi retrofit for Learjet

Gogo Business Aviation’s 4G air-to-ground internet system is now being offered as a retrofit for in-service Learjet 40, Learjet 45, Learjet 70 and Learjet 75 aircraft. » Read more...
Aviation This Week

Saab formalizes partnerships for Canada’s Future Fighter competition

In this episode of Aviation This Week: Saab formalizes team for Canada’s Future fighter procurement under the branding of Gripen for Canada Team. Then Rolls-Royce BR725 engine, powering the Gulfstream G650 and G650ER, tops one million flight hours; and Boeing reveals Future Attack Reconnaissance Aircraft design. » See more
Careers in Aviation

Aerial Firefighting Conference, presented by WINGS and HELICOPTERS

March 31, 2020
Location: Abbotsford International Airport, Airside Event Spaces, Abbotsford, BC
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NLAF Elsie MacGill Awards Nomination Deadline

March 31, 2020
Location: Online submission
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2020 Careers in Aviation Expo, East

May 9, 2020
Location: St. Thomas Municipal Airport, St. Thomas
» Learn More