Scenes from CBAA convention

June 18, 2018
Written by Wings Staff
Team members of Levaero Aviation in front of a newly produced Pilatus PC-12.
Team members of Levaero Aviation in front of a newly produced Pilatus PC-12.
Business aviation professionals from across Canada gathered in Waterloo, Ontario, last week at the annual Canadian Business Aviation Association (CBAA) conference. After two days of educational sessions at the Crowne Plaza, attendees headed toward the Region of Waterloo International Airport and Chartright Air Group for a 1-day trade show and static display.

The association reports total conference egistrations were slightly up at 723 when compared with last year’s number of 701. There were also three more aircraft on static display in 2018, with 21 planes held on Chartright's ramp.

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