Viking eyeing Calgary as possible CL-415 manufacturing hub

September 12, 2017
Written by The Calgary Herald
David Curtis just wrapped up another swing through Calgary this week as the aerospace executive puts together an ambitious plan that could help reshape the city’s economy.


On Aug. 18, the CEO of Viking Air Ltd. received the go-ahead from his board of directors to begin talking to customers about potentially restarting manufacturing of the venerable CL-415 water bomber aircraft — in Calgary. | READ MORE

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