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Bombardier Learjet machinists strike at Kansas plant
Machinists at the Bombardier Learjet plant walked the picket line early Monday, while the Wichita, Kan.-based company said it will continue operations during the strike.
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Canada in need of national aviation policy: CAC
The Canadian Airports Council (CAC) has called a Conference Board of Canada report on cross border shopping of air travel a timely reminder of the need for the development of a new national aviation policy for Canada. The report outlines possible approaches for government and industry to take to address industry cost competitiveness challenges.
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CAE sells SIMs to several key partners
Flight simulator maker CAE Inc. says it has sold six new simulators to customers in Asia and North America, plus updates for a number of customers for a total value of $85 million at list prices.
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Screeners in Atlantic Canada poised to strike
Airport security screeners from across the Atlantic provinces have voted to strike.
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American Airlines working through its issues: CEO
American Airlines' CEO acknowledges that passengers have had a rough few weeks on the airline but says the carrier is working through its issues.
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