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Applied Informatics and Research Inc. (AIRINC) of Ottawa, Ont., reached a Memorandum of Understanding with the Air Transport Association of Canada (ATAC) to provide Flight Data Monitoring (FDM/FDA/FOQA) services to ATAC members.
TAG Aviation Europe, a provider of private and business aviation services, becomes the first to offer the long range Global 5000 aircraft outfitted with Bombardier’s Premier Cabin, for charter to European customers.
At the Farnborough International Airshow, Boeing on July 16 announced services orders and agreements worth up to US$2.1 billion spanning both commercial and government customers. Certain orders are concurrent with airplane order announcements, explains the company, and the value of up to US$2.1 billion reflects the orders and agreements listed below, as well as contracts received in the second and third quarters that have not been previously announced.
Deepak Chopra has joined Drone Delivery Canada as strategic advisor, commercialization, as the Vaughan, Ont., company focuses on the national and international roll out of its drone delivery business and looks toward revenue generation.
Bombardier Commercial Aircraft at the Farnborough International Airshow in the United Kingdom unveiled the interior of the first CRJ Series aircraft with the new ATMOSPHÈRE cabin design. The new cabin was showcased alongside launch operator Delta Air Lines and supplier Zodiac Aerospace.
Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development, is leading the Canadian delegation at the 2018 Farnborough International Airshow in the United Kingdom. In 2016, orders and commitments made at the airshow totalled more than US$124 billion.
At the 2018 Farnborough International Airshow, Saab discussed the progress being made on Gripen E’s test aircraft, which is one of the contenders to become the next generation fighter for the Canadian Armed Forces. Saab’s head of business area Aeronautics, Jonas Hjelm, laid out how the next two Gripen E aircraft for the flight test program are benefiting from key design decisions.
On the first day of the UK’s Farnborough International Air Show, Burloak Technologies of Burlington, Ont., signed a Memorandum of Understanding to become one of the first companies to join its newly launched Manufacturing Partner Network (MPN).
Just days after her June 14 keynote presentation at the Canadian Business Aviation Association’s 2018 convention in Waterloo, Ont., Kathy Fox received a clear endorsement to continue her mandate as chair of the Transportation Safety Board of Canada. She was appointed to lead the watchdog group for another five years, after first taking on the position in 2014.
JETNET LCC on any given workday has around 50 people in its Utica, New York, headquarters phoning and emailing aircraft owners and operators to produce some of the aviation world’s most unique, practical and accurate research. Its goal is to reach approximately 500 people every 90 days to create a small sampling error of about four per cent in its data. Over the past seven and a half years, JETNET has spoken with or received industry surveys from more than 15,000 owners and operators worldwide – in 129 countries.
The Transportation Safety Board of Canada is deploying a team of investigators to the scene of a fatal aircraft accident at Buttonville Municipal Airport in Markham, Ontario. York Regional Police last night confirmed the pilot died in the plane crash. Flames were reported following the accident.
Airbus today revealed the A220 at a ceremony held at its Henri-Ziegler Delivery Centre, near Toulouse, France. The A220 effectively replaces Bombardier’s C Series aircraft following the July 1, 2018, closing of a joint venture between the two companies, in which Airbus gained a major interest in the existing C Series Aircraft Limited Partnership.


Airbus projects the passenger fleet will more than double to 48,000 aircraft in 20 years with traffic growing at 4.4 per cent per year, driving a need for 37,390 new passenger and freighter aircraft. The estimates were released as part of Airbus’ new Global Market Forecast 2018-2037
The first production A330neo aircraft visited South and North America during what Airbus describes as a worldwide route-proving flight test exercise. The tour was designed to demonstrate to aviation authorities its compatibility with airports and readiness for airline operations.
Bombardier will offer Head-up Display (HUD) and Enhanced Vision System (EVS) as options on its Challenger 350 business jets, helping with situational awareness and improvements in low-visibility conditions. These systems will expand what the company describes as existing advanced avionics functionalities of the aircraft, such as the Synthetic Vision System (SVS) and MultiScan weather radar.
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