Aveos workers react to bankruptcy news Fearing a loss of their jobs, about 200 aircraft maintenance workers from Aveos Fleet Performance Inc. blocked traffic yesterday morning to and from Air Canada's head office in Montreal. The firm has about 1,800 employees in Montreal who found the company’s doors locked when they reported to work yesterday morning as Aveos filed for bankruptcy protection Monday in Quebec Superior Court.
AeroMechanical Services celebrates AFIRS milestone AeroMechanical Services Ltd, operating under its FLYHT brand name, says its customers have logged one million flight hours of real-time flight analysis using the Automated Flight Information Reporting System ("AFIRS").
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Flying Colours strengthens presence in Asia Peterborough, Ont.-based Flying Colours Corp. continues to strengthen its presence in Asia as it prepares to deliver three more new aircraft to the region.
The latest trio of Bombardier Challenger 850 aircraft will bring the total number of aircraft completions delivered to the region by Flying Colours Corp. to seven.
Unusually high number of Air Canada pilots call in sick Air Canada has asked the Canada Industrial Relations Board to step in after an unusually high number of pilots called in sick over the weekend, causing some flights to be cancelled or delayed.
Transat A.T. appoints new lead director Jean-Marc Eustache, chair of the board, president and chief executive officer of Transat A.T. Inc., has announced the appointment of Jean-Yves Leblanc as lead director of the company.