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Montréal, June 01, 2005 - Montréal-Pierre-Elliott-Trudeau International Airport's new international jetty will open to the travelling public on June 8, as planned. This ultra-modern facility joins the new transborder jetty, opened in April 2003, and the new international arrivals building, which went into service in November 2004, to form a compact and extremely functional complex.
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Longueuil, Québec - Pratt & Whitney Canada (P&WC) will invest an additional $250 million in research and development over the next three years, in the Montréal area, following the Québec government's decision to provide the company with reimbursable support for R&D.
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From Monday May 30th to Friday June 3rd, the northern east/west Runway 05-23 will be restricted to operations of aircraft no larger than Airbus A320 size on the western end of the runway during the day. Runway 05-23 will also be fully closed to all aircraft operations each night from 10:00 pm to 5:30 am.
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19 WING COMOX – Fans of the wild blue yonder, your wait is over. Tickets to the Comox Valley’s largest single-day family event, 19 Wing’s August 7th Armed Forces Day and Air Show, will be available to the public as of this weekend. Members of 19 Wing will begin selling advance tickets at the 13th Annual Outdoor Recreation Show, hosted by the Courtenay and District Fish and Game Protective Association. The show takes place this…
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OTTAWA -- The troublesome Sea King helicopter has apparently hit a new low. In a high-seas operation earlier this year, the chopper aboard HMCS Ville de Quebec was available only about one day in every five because of frequent malfunctions.
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The 8th biennial Canadian Women in Aviation Conference Takes Off June 2, 3, & 4, 2005 in Ottawa Ontario. We are planning speakers and topics to inspire, motivate, educate and entertain you. Networking skills, career panels, aviation humour, aircraft accident investigation and recovery and Canada's aviation history are just a few of the sessions available.
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Diamond Aircraft Industries Inc. has appointed Escuela de Aviacion Mexico (EAM) as a Diamond Regional Distribution Center for Mexico. Established in 1943, EAM is one of the longest established general aviation companies in Mexico.
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OTTAWA — Le ministre des Transports Jean-C. Lapierre a rendu public aujourd’hui un document de consultation sur l’accord relatif au transport aérien entre le Canada et les États-Unis.
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OTTAWA — Transport Minister Jean-C. Lapierre today released a consultation document on the Canada-United States Air Transport Agreement.
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OTTAWA — Transport Minister Jean-C. Lapierre today announced the designation of Air Canada and Harmony Airways to operate scheduled air services between Canada and the People’s Republic of China. This designation will allow Air Canada to expand its air service to China and Harmony Airways to introduce passenger flights to China in 2005.
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