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Atlanta-based Precision Aviation Group (PAG), a leading provider of products and value-added services to the Worldwide Aerospace and Defense industries announces the promotion of David Taylor to Sales Manager of its subsidiaries, Precision Heliparts – Canada (PHP-C) and Precision Accessories & Instruments – Canada (PAI-C).
Wow is that really another year gone? Aviation has always been an industry with major ups and downs…. (Oh come on I had to get it in there somewhere) and 2012 has certainly been no different.
A federally mandated report released last week proposing urgent and strong action required for Canada's aerospace industry to maintain its global leadership position is spurring action at a national aerospace summit now taking place 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.
Published in Studies and Research
Transat A.T. Inc., one of the largest integrated tourism companies in the world and Canada's holiday travel leader, says the rulings issued on November 6 and 7 by the Canadian Transportation Agency (CTA), which uphold the absence of restrictions on the systematic importing of aircraft flown by foreign pilots to serve the Canadian market, clearly show the immediate need for the applicable Canadian policies to be reviewed.
Capt. Dan Adamus (Jazz) was reelected to serve a fourth term as Canada Board president for the Air Line Pilots Association, Int’l, during ALPA’s Board of Directors meeting, October 15-18.
Winnipeg Airports Authority Inc. is honoured to be selected as one of Canada's Top 100 Employers for 2013.
Published in Airports
Canadians love crossing the border for bargains, and increasingly their shopping list includes cheaper flights from American airports.
Alaska. - Cold, determined and isolated atop a mountain in the middle of Alaska, a silent sentinel scans the skies. The men and women receiving the data from this lonely radar site of the Alaskan Radar System, though different in nationality, realize they belong to something bigger than themselves and their differences.
Published in Military
Bristow Group Inc. (NYSE: BRS), the leading provider of helicopter services to the worldwide offshore energy industry, and Cougar Helicopters Inc., the largest offshore energy and search and rescue (SAR) helicopter service provider in Canada (“Cougar”), today jointly announced that Bristow has entered into a definitive agreement with Cougar’s parent VIH Aviation Group Ltd. (“VIHAG”) and various VIHAG affiliates to acquire a minority interest in Cougar and certain aircraft and facilities used by Cougar in its operations.
Published in Helicopters