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Bombardier-Friday March 16th 2012
Company honored with 13th consecutive FAA Diamond Award of Excellence and the National Air Transportation Association Five-Star Award
Latitude Technologies-Thursday March 15th 2012
Latitude Technologies Corporation announced that it will be exhibiting at the Helicopter Association of Canada (HAC) annual trade show and convention in Ottawa, Ontario, March 16-18, at booth 582. During the show, Latitude will demonstrate the newest version of its WebSentinelTM App and will be taking orders for its new IONodeTM and LoadNodeTM onboard flight data and operational loads management devices.
Airbus-Thursday March 15th 2012
Structural assembly of the first A350 XWB aft fuselage destined for the first flying A350 XWB (MSN1) has been completed at Airbusâ€™ manufacturing site in Hamburg (Germany). The fuselage section will now undergo its secondary interior structural assembly and system installation before being delivered to the A350 XWB final assembly line in Toulouse (France).
SCHOTT North America-Thursday March 15th 2012
Only about six months ago, SCHOTT Lighting and Imaging and Lufthansa Technik decided to extend their collaboration. Andtheirvery first joint development has already made the shortlist for one of the most prestigiousinnovationawardsin the industry.
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ctv.ca-Thursday March 15th 2012
Boeing-Thursday March 15th 2012
Boeing [NYSE: BA] has completed delivery of the U.S. Navy's first aircraft acquired through the F/A-18E/F and EA-18G Multi-Year Procurement (MYP) III contract, ahead of schedule.
NAV CANADA-Thursday March 15th 2012
NAV CANADA announced today its traffic figures for the month of February 2012 as measured in weighted charging units for en-route, terminal and oceanic air navigation services, in comparison to the last fiscal year.
Canada NewsWire-Wednesday March 14th 2012
canadianbusiness.com-Wednesday March 14th 2012
Did you know?
Canada's new CC-130J Super Hercules requires half the crew of its predecessors, but is capable of carrying a heavy payload, flying faster, farther and higher - while burning less fuel. All of the RCAFs CC130Js are based at 8 Wing Trenton.