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Senior aide from PM's office jumps to Air Canada
July 19, 2012, Montreal - Air Canada says a senior aide to Prime Minister Stephen Harper will become the airline's vice-president for corporate strategy and government affairs, starting in September.
American Airlines showing signs of recovery
July 19, 2012, Dallas, Tx. - Eight months into a bankruptcy that was years in the making, American Airlines is showing signs of finally turning itself around and regaining its lost glory.
US Airways CEO won't wait on American merger proposal
July 19, 2012, Phoenix, Az. - The CEO of US Airways predicted that American Airline's creditors will support his plan for a merger, but said he may not still be interested after American comes out of bankruptcy protection.
NAV CANADA reports decrease is June traffic
July 18, 2012, Ottawa - NAV CANADA announced today its traffic figures for the month of June 2012 as measured in weighted charging units for en-route, terminal and oceanic air navigation services, in comparison to the last fiscal year.
Mazza says government was fully informed: Ornge
July 18, 2012, Toronto - The man at the centre of the Ornge scandal says he doesn't know what went wrong with the troubled air ambulance service, but the government never told him he was veering off course.
Investigation continues into Delta security breech
July 18, 2012, The Hague, Netherlands - Dutch police investigating how needles got into six turkey sandwiches on Delta Air Lines flights from Amsterdam to U.S. cities said Wednesday that the sandwiches and needles are being flown back to the Netherlands for tests.
NBAA reiterates importance of proactive stance on security
July 18, 2012, Washington, D.C. - In a subcommittee hearing today, the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) noted significant accomplishments by the government and general aviation industry to improve security in the years since the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, and recommended further improvements to a program for training flight school students from other countries in the United States.
AMR sets revenue record, but still loses $241 million
July 18, 2012, Dallas, Tx. - American Airlines is reaping higher fares and record revenue but still losing money.
Field Aviation helps Air Iceland complete historic flight
July 18, 2012, Tucson, Az. - Air Iceland recently completed a historic 2,345 nautical mile trip from Toronto’s Pearson Airport (CYYZ), after the completion of a modification program by Universal Avionics’ Authorized Dealer, Field Aviation.
Air China issues warning of lower profits
July 18, 2012, Beijing, China - Air China, one of China's three major state-owned airlines, has warned its first-half profit will fall by at least 50 per cent due to the country's economic slump.