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More from Wings | Training | MRO | Events October 15, 2013
U.S. shutdown affecting Canadian aerospace firms
A partial U.S. government shutdown appears to have limited impact on Canadian businesses even though it has prevented aerospace companies like Bombardier from delivering aircraft to U.S. customers and collecting millions of dollars in sales.
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Maintenance revenue on the rise for Flying Colours
Flying Colours Corp., the U.S.- and Peterborough,Ont.-based MRO, completions and refurbishment business, has experienced record increases year on year in terms of maintenance activity requests and output. There has been a 35 per cent increase in the amount of Bombardier Challenger family and Learjet aircraft type maintenance requests, ranging from line maintenance work through to intensive 96-month inspections that entail an exhaustive and comprehensive review of the entire aircraft.
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Lockheed's F-35 program surpasses 10,000 fight hours
The Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II program continues its operational maturation, surpassing 10,000 flight hours in September. More than half of the total hours were accumulated in just the past 11 months.
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NAV CANADA steps up to train students from Saudi Arabia
Thirty students from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia are in Canada training to become Air Traffic Controllers as part of an agreement between NAV CANADA and Saudi Arabia’s General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA).
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Raitt reiterates importance of keeping travellers safe
The Honourable Lisa Raitt, Minister of Transport, last week addressed the 2nd Annual International Airport Investigators' Training Symposium on the importance of partnerships to keep travellers secure and safe.
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