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Boeing [NYSE: BA] has become the founding industrial member of the University of British Columbia’s Composites Research Network (CRN), helping Canadian scientists to turn new discoveries in composite manufacturing into practical applications.
Aéro Montréal, Québec's aerospace cluster, is pleased with the filing of the Emerson Report and supports the main priorities revealed at this morning's press conference in Ottawa.
Strong recommendations for industry and government contained in an independently conducted review of Canada's aerospace industry and factors influencing its future competitiveness have garnered support from the Aerospace Industries Association of Canada.
The National Research Council of Canada (NRC) achieved a major milestone for the aviation industry yesterday as it flew the first civil jet powered by 100 percent unblended biofuel. This historic flight symbolizes a significant step not only for the aerospace industry, but also towards advancing sustainable sources of renewable energy.
Business and government leaders are gathering with experts at the National Research Council of Canada's (NRC) biofuel flight test facility to showcase NRC’s Falcon 20 twin engine jet, the World’s first civil aircraft to fly on 100 percent biojet fuel.
Canada's airlines can expect a second consecutive year of losses in 2012, according to The Conference Board of Canada's Canadian Industrial Outlook: Canada's Air Transportation Industry - Summer 2012.