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Embraer delivers first U.S.-made Phenom 100
Dec. 23, 2011, Melbourne, Fla. – Embraer has delivered the first entry level Phenom 100 jet produced in its new U.S. assembly plant to longtime customer Executive AirShare during a ceremony held in Melbourne, Fla.
New PC-12 NG for Nakina Air Services
Dec. 23, 2011 Thunder Bay, Ont. – Pilatus Centre Canada has delivered a new Pilatus PC-12 NG to Nakina Air Services Ltd. (Nakina). The delivery took place yesterday in Thunder Bay, Ontario, and the Pilatus will enter service immediately.
NBAA opposes European ruling on carbon emissions
Dec. 23, 2011, Washington – The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) has expressed strong opposition to a European court's ruling that a new plan by European regulators to tax carbon emissions from aircraft should apply to all aircraft operators across the international aviation community, including those based in the U.S.
Air Georgian taking safety to the next level
Dec. 23 – Air Georgian is poised to take aviation safety management to new heights with Intelex Technologies, a global provider of safety management solutions tailored to the airline industry.
Boeing names Kim Smith VP Environment, Health and Safety
Dec. 20, 2011, Chicago, Il. - The Boeing Company today named Kim Smith as vice president of Boeing Environment, Health and Safety. She is responsible for leading Boeing's ongoing effort to continuously reduce the environmental footprint of its global operations, products and services.
Japan's Defence Ministry opts for F-35
Dec. 20, 2011, Fort Worth, Tx. - The Japan Ministry of Defense has announced its selection of the Lockheed Martin [NYSE: LMT] F-35 Lightning II as the Japan Air Self Defense Force’s (JASDF) next generation fighter aircraft, following the F-X competitive bid process.
NAV CANADA has new agreement with CFPA
Dec. 19, 2011, Ottawa - NAV CANADA today announced the successful conclusion of collective bargaining with the Canadian Federal Pilots Association (CFPA) which represents approximately 35 pilots who perform Aeronautical Information Services, Flight Inspection and ANS Service Design.
Air Transat wins award for environmental efforts
Dec. 19, 2011, Montreal - Air Transat has received certification by the Quebec government’s ICI ON
RECYCLE! program for its environmental protection efforts and its exemplary waste-management practices.
AC pilots confirm no risk of holiday strike
Dec. 19, 2011, Toronto - The union representing Air Canada pilots says travellers don't have to worry about a strike over the busy holiday season.
New subsidiary for Discovery Air Technical Services
Dec. 19, 2011, Montreal - Discovery Air Technical Services (DATS), a subsidiary of Discovery Air, is pleased to announce the creation of new subsidiary Aero Vision Technologies International (AVTi) to be located at the Saguenay Airport QC (CYBG, also known as Bagotville). The construction of a research and development centre will soon follow.