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Gulfstream trumps Bombardier in 2013 BizAv sales
Bombardier lost its position as the global business jet leader in 2013 for the first time in nearly a decade as Gulfstream's billings were US$1 billion more than its Canadian rival, the General Aviation Manufacturers Association said last week.
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Careers in Aviation Expo Toronto this Saturday!
If the thought of flying, repairing or building aircraft gets your blood boiling, WINGS and HELICOPTERS magazines can help! Check out our Careers in Aviation events March 1 in Toronto and April 26 in Calgary! A great roster of speakers will share inside knowledge on a wide range of great aviation career options. If you know a student aiming to fly high, encourage them to sign up today!
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CBAA to reveal economic impact of BA

The CBAA has awarded InterVISTAS Consulting a contract to measure the economic impact of business aviation in Canada. The study will measure BA’s contributions to the national and local economies, job creation, and examine business aviation’s catalytic role in creating wealth and opportunities for businesses and communities.

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Aircraft spin caused 2012 Cessna crash: TSB
The Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) has released its investigation report (A12O0138) into the August 2012 collision with terrain of a Cessna 172S in Moorefield, Ont.
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Airbus invests in robotics technology
The Airbus Puerto Real plant in Cádiz, Spain is leading a project to expand the automation of its assembly processes with the use of two armed humanoid robots to perform repetitive tasks, freeing up highly skilled workers to work on higher value tasks.
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Pilot fatigue possible cause of UPS crash: investigators
U.S. federal investigators are looking at pilot fatigue, among other issues, as a possible factor in the fatal pre-dawn crash of a UPS cargo jet in Alabama last August.
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