ICAO seeking new standards on lithium batteries A U.N. agency that sets global aviation safety standards is moving to prevent aircraft batteries like the one that caught fire on a Boeing 787 last month from being shipped as cargo on passenger planes, people familiar with the effort said.
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U.S. cuts in F-35 program could hurt Canadian firms There's been hand-wringing within the federal bureaucracy about whether Canadian aerospace companies will receive all the contracts expected from the oft-maligned F-35 program, an internal assessment shows.
Senior Transat officials miss out on bonuses, wage hikes Senior executives of Transat A.T. missed out on cash bonuses and saw their wages frozen in 2012 as the vacation tour company continued to lose money.