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Air Canada's new low cost service will be called Rouge
Air Canada says its new Rouge low-cost carrier will begin flying on July 1.
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Lower sales mean dip in aerospace profits: CCB
Canadian aerospace industry profits will decline through the end of 2013 because of a slowdown in new aircraft orders, uncertainty in Europe and a six-month delay in Bombardier's CSeries aircraft, the Conference Board of Canada says.
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Canada's aviation associations join forces
Canada's aviation associations have joined forces to create the Canadian Aviation Associations Forum (CAAF). Citing a need to develop a new strategic framework to promote growth of the aviation industry in Canada, the CAAF pledged to work with the federal government to strengthen the industry.
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Stuck piston likely led to CH Hornet crash
A military investigation has concluded that a sticky piston probably caused the crash of a CF-18 Hornet during an air show practice in southern Alberta.
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Signature's second Canadian operation goes live in Edmonton
Signature Flight Support has announced that Airside FBO Operations Ltd., its second licensed location in Canada, has completed its transition to a full service fixed based operation as Signature Edmonton located at Edmonton International Airport (CYEG).
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CAE nabs $50 million for four full-flight SIMs
CAE today announced it has sold four Level D full-flight simulators (FFS), two each to customers in China and Russia. The sales include the first two FFSs, associated training devices and the CAE Augmented Engineering Environment (AEE) for the new C919 aircraft being developed by the Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China, Ltd. (COMAC).
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