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WestJet to challenge Air Canada in the U.S.
Canada’s WestJet Airlines Ltd. is preparing to expand cross-border service to the U.S., the world’s busiest aviation market, as the discount carrier steps up its challenge to Air Canada.
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Seawind 300C aircraft ready to begin production
It’s been a long, hard road, but Richard Silva truly believes he’s just about there.
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Consultations on Regulations Continue During Xmas Week
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CanJet flight attendants earn Medal of Bravery
She turned the corner into the aircraft’s galley and smiled at the hostage-taker holding a revolver to the captain’s neck. The gunman smiled back.
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Textron officials mum on job cuts at Beechcraft
Textron Inc.'s CEO said last week that his aviation company's $1.4 billion purchase of Beechcraft Corp. will require "restructuring and optimization of costs." But how the deal will affect thousands of employees at Beechcraft's home base in Kansas, and elsewhere, remains unclear.
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Uniform freeze could hurt military cadet recruiting
A cash-crunch is hitting the country’s military cadets who are searching for surplus uniforms to hand out to new recruits.
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