The search for "Next Gen" achievers Finding dynamic, innovative employees capable of developing new systems, processes and techniques that help fuel the success of an operation for years to come is a major challenge facing aviation and aerospace companies and fixed- and rotary-wing operators of all sizes.
U.S. sequestration will hurt Canadian aviation industry Lengthy lineups at the Canada-U.S. border. Long flight delays. A loss of lucrative American business contracts. The much-heralded Beyond the Border initiatives placed on the back burner indefinitely.
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Infamous Gimli Glider up for auction It gained notoriety when it dropped in unexpectedly at a former air base-turned-drag strip north of Winnipeg. Now, a former Air Canada Boeing 767 – dubbed the Gimli Glider – is up for auction, but it could cost the buyer a lofty chunk of dough to snap up the infamous piece of Manitoba history.
Boeing proposing long-term fix for Dreamliner Boeing is proposing a long-term fix for the 787 Dreamliner's troubled batteries that will keep them grounded until April at the earliest, congressional officials said last week.