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NAVCANatm technology extends to Dutch Caribbean
Air traffic control facilities in the Dutch Caribbean will soon be making use of NAVCANatm technology to manage critical flight data online for its day-to-day operations. The Netherlands Antilles Air Traffic Control Inc. (NAATC) has announced that two towers, Curacao and Bonaire, and its Air Traffic Control Centre situated in the Curacao Flight Information Region, will implement NAVCANatm technology.
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UPS set to expand in Atlantic Canada
UPS says it will expand its Canadian network by opening its own operations in Atlantic Canada next spring, creating about 250 jobs. The package delivery giant said Monday it will begin pickup and delivery services in Moncton and Halifax beginning in April, replacing its current agent. UPS will add other cities to the network later in 2012.
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Union slams arbitrator's decision in Air Canada case
The union representing Air Canada's flight attendants has slammed an arbitrator's decision that imposes provisions of a tentative agreement that had been rejected by the employees last month. Canada Industrial Relations Board arbitrator and chairwoman Elizabeth MacPherson endorsed Air Canada's position that the provisions be imposed without alteration.
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Alaska Airlines asks for local biofuel supply
Alaska Airlines will fly 75 commercial passenger flights in the United States powered by biofuel, starting this Wednesday. These flights signal aviation's next era, where sustainable biofuels can provide a viable alternative to conventional fuel and enable airlines to reduce their environmental impact. Two maiden biofuel-powered flights will leave Seattle on Nov. 9 for Washington, D.C., and Portland, Ore.
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Air Canada delivery of Boeing 787s delayed
Air Canada dropped to a third-quarter net loss of $124 million as the airline grappled with the high price of fuel during the busy summer quarter and the impact of foreign exchange fluctuations. The results beat expectations even though Air Canada had a net loss of 45 cents per share in the period, before adjustments, compared to a profit of $317 million or $1.10 per share a year earlier.
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