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Harper government makes Manitoba airport safety a priority
May 16, 2013, Winnipeg - The Honourable Steven Fletcher, Minister of State (Transport) and Member of Parliament for Charleswood–St. James–Assiniboia, today announced an investment of $666,819 for important safety improvements at the St. Andrews Airport, The Pas Airport, and the Thompson Regional Airport through the Airports Capital Assistance Program (ACAP).
AIM creates unique lighting system for Virgin Atlantic
May 16, 2013, Bournemouth, U.K. - AIM Aviation has developed a unique lighting control system to add further drama to the stunning upper class bars it has installed across the Virgin Atlantic fleet of Airbus A330-300 aircraft.
Several leadership changes at Rockwell Collins
May 16, 2013, Cedar Rapids, Ia. - Rockwell Collins announced several leadership changes within Commercial Systems (CS) and International & Service Solutions (I&SS) as the company continues the development of talent from within.
Pilatus PC-12 fleet reaches four-million-hour milestone
May 15, 2013, Broomfield, Co. - This month, the global fleet of nearly 1,200 Pilatus PC-12s reached a major milestone by accumulating 4,000,000 flight hours since the first aircraft was delivered in October, 1994.
WestJet seeking replacement for departing executive
May 15, 2013, Calgary - WestJet Airlines Ltd. says one of its operations executives is leaving the company in July to return to Denver to be with his family.
FLYHT signs key contract with Maldivian airline
May 15, 2013, Calgary - FLYHT Aerospace Solutions Ltd. reported today that it has signed a contract with a scheduled Maldivian airline for the Automated Information Reporting System 220 and 228B.
Aviation prodigy charged in Tim Bosma case
May 14, 2013, Hamilton, Ont. - Dellen Millard, the man charged by Hamilton police in connection with the disappearance of Tim Bosma, whose remains have now been found, made the headlines in 1999, with a story fitting for a teenager from an aviation family.
Boeing rolls out 787 at increased production rate
May 14, 2013, Everett, Wa. - Boeing has rolled out the first wide-body, twin-engine 787 Dreamliner manufactured under the increased production rate of seven aeroplanes a month.
Airbus celebrates as Q1 profits nearly double
May 14, 2013, Paris, Fra. - European aerospace company EADS said strong deliveries by airplane maker Airbus helped drive higher earnings in the first quarter and laid out the hope that the new A350 long-range aircraft should make its first flight this summer.
Hadfield makes triumphant return to earth
May 14, 2013, Longueuil, Que. - Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield, who became a worldwide sensation thanks to his tweets, musical performances and stunning photos from the International Space Station, was back on the ground Monday night.