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August 11, 2015
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B.C.’s aerospace industry shines at ADSE

The 2015 Aerospace, Defence and Security EXPO (ADSE) offered an intense two-day program of events leading into this year’s Abbotsford International Air Show. >> Read full article

Employers positive on hiring plans

Many Canadian employers and job seekers are feeling positive about their prospects. According to CareerBuilder’s mid-year job forecast, 40 per cent of employers plan to hire full-time, permanent staff over the next six months and another 37 per cent plan to hire temporary or contract workers. >> Read full article

Suspected MH370 debris turns out to be "domestic door"

Malaysian officials are hoping to get more help from the territories near Réunion Island in their search for MH370 debris. A piece of debris found last week turned out to be a "domestic door." >> Read full article

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Flying Colours Corp close to achieving ADS-B STC on Bombardier Challenger 604/605 in response to industry mandates

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AVIATION TV: New developments in mysterious Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 case

In the latest episode of Aviation This Week, Niche TV host Tamar Atik brings you the news on a developing chapter of the mysterious Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 case; WestJet’s pilots’ vote against unionizing; and Porter Airlines’ welcoming of a new pedestrian tunnel.

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Gulfstream G500 completes five flights

Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. today announced that the Gulfstream G500 has completed five test flights since it first took to the skies on May 18. >> Read full article

Star Navigation names new COO

The Star Navigation Systems Group has shaken up its corporate team, naming Jean-Louis Larmor its new chief operating officer. >> Read full article

WestJet pilots say "no" to union vote

WestJet pilots have voted against forming a union, a move that follows a two-year campaign and two weeks of secret voting. >> Read full article

 Event Calendar 

Viking Operators Forum

September 8-10, 2015
Location: Victoria Conference Centre - Victoria, B.C. >> More Info

Sustainability 2015

September 22-24, 2015
Location: Hilton Bonaventure Montreal >> More Info