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Two Western Canadian firms, ASCO Aerospace Canada Ltd. of Delta, British Columbia and Meggitt Defence Systems Canada of Medicine Hat, Alberta, have become AIAC's newest members.
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MONTREAL — Preliminary estimates for 2004 released by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) show that scheduled airlines of its 188 Member States posted a combined operating profit of 0.9 per cent of operating revenues, a significant improvement over the operating loss of 0.5 per cent in 2003.
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Toronto – Members of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers have ratified a new three-year agreement with Field Aviation at Toronto’s Pearson Airport.
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The corporate offices of The Boeing Company and Onex Corporation experienced SPEEA in action on Wednesday, June 8. The corporate headquarters along with Wichita headquarters and Boeing Commercial Airplane headquarters in Renton that were picketed by members, representatives of the Negotiation Team and members who received termination letters last weekend.
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Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, June 9, 2005: Navtech, Inc. (OTCBB: NAVH), a leading international provider of aviation services and software solutions, announced its results for its second quarter ended April 30, 2005
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With eight aircraft on static display at the 2005 Paris International Air Show, Bombardier will showcase the most diverse range of aircraft in the industry.
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Bombardier Aerospace announced today that Jeju Air of South Korea has placed a firm order for five 74-seat Bombardier Q400 airliners and taken options on three additional aircraft. Jeju Air is Bombardier Aerospace's first South Korean regional airline customer.
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OTTAWA - Search and rescue in Canada is an activity undertaken by a large group of people, many of them volunteers, working together in difficult circumstances and conditions to bring people home safely. Their efforts cover a territory encompassing Canada's 10 million square kilometers and an additional 15 million square kilometers of ocean. On June 13, Canada Post will issue a set of four domestic rate (50 cents) stamps to highlight Canada's role in search…
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VANCOUVER - CHC Helicopter Corporation ("CHC") (TSX: FLY.SV.A and FLY.MV.B; NYSE: FLI) announced today it will release its fourth quarter and year-end financial results for fiscal 2005 on Wednesday June 29, 2005, at market close.
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TORONTO - Michele McCarthy, a Toronto lawyer with extensive experience in financial services and corporate governance, has been elected as Chair of the Toronto Port Authority, effective June 7, 2005.
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