Record-breaking BizAv jet deal for Bombardier Bombardier Inc. has made the biggest sale of business aircraft in its history, potentially worth up to $7.8 billion if all options are exercised, the Montreal-based company announced Tuesday.
Thunder Bay's Kelner sets sights on new aviation venture Sitting in the modern glass-framed boardroom of the new 19,000-square-foot Pilatus Centre Canada headquarters, it would be easy for an entrepreneur like 56-year-old Frank Kelner to rest on his laurels and start thinking about retirement.
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Several market reports show steady growth in BizAv Several newly released business aviation market reports show that the industry upturn that began earlier this year is continuing into 2012’s final quarter.
Key conference to focus on border issues The upcoming NBAA/Canadian Business Aviation Association (CBAA) Cross-Border Issues Conference will not only provide a forum to discuss the operational and regulatory issues involved in travelling between the United States and Canada, but it will also address a significant concern affecting operators flying across the Atlantic: the European Union’s Emissions Trading Scheme (EU-ETS).
Airline fee changes at Toronto Pearson The Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA) has approved changes to airline rates and charges for 2013. The result of these changes will be an overall reduction in charges paid by the airlines operating at Toronto Pearson.