Canadian Airports Council unveils economic impact study At its Airports Canada 2013 Conference & Exhibition, the Canadian Airports Council unveiled its first economic impact study in more than a decade. Canada's air transportation industry had a $34.9 billion economic footprint in 2012, supported 405,000 jobs and personal income of more than $17 billion and federal taxation of more than $7 billion.
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Lion Air plane must be cut up to avoid damaging reefs Indonesia's Transport Ministry said Monday that a Lion Air jet stuck in shallow water on the resort island of Bali after a crash landing on the weekend must be cut into pieces for removal.
New agreement will provide better aerospace training The Aerospace Industries Association of Canada (AIAC) and the Canadian Council for Aviation & Aerospace (CCAA) have announced that they have signed a co-operation agreement that will provide greater support for skills training and certification of aerospace workers.