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Aviation opportunities abound for youngsters
The much anticipated pilot and aircraft mechanics shortage is here, opening career opportunities for a wide array of young Canadians. That was the take-away message received by over 160 attendees at the first Careers in Aviation Expo held this past Saturday near Toronto’s Pearson International Airport.
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Auditor General's report shines light on B.C. air ambulance
In a report released on March 21, 2013, Auditor General John Doyle found that the air ambulance services section of the B.C. Ambulance Service weren't adequately reviewing dispatch decisions or properly reporting or addressing safety issues. He also found that lesser skilled paramedics are sometimes sent out together because of understaffing issues.
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F-35B conducts first nighttime vertical landing
An F-35B Lightning II completed the first short takeoff and vertical landing during a test mission at night to expand the flight envelope and deliver capability to the warfighter.
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Air Transat restructures fleet, adds new aircraft
Transat A.T. Inc. is restructuring its fleet of planes, with plans to add five new Boeing 737s, in what the travel company says will give its Air Transat division more flexibility and end its current agreement with CanJet Airlines in April next year.
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CAE awarded $85 million in contracts
CAE announced on Wednesday that it has sold five full-flight simulators (FFSs) as well as a series of training devices, long-term service agreements and update services to airlines and original equipment manufacturers in Asia, Australasia, North America and Europe.
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