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January 5, 2016
FEATURED NEWS: 2015: A year of achievement and firsts
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Future of Bombardier chair overshadows C Series certification

The C Series CS100 has achieved Transport Canada certification, but uncertainty remains in the corporate ranks. >> Read full article

Aviation cyber security market worth US$61.85 billion by 2020

The global aviation security market is on the rise and could reach more than US$61 billion by the end of the current decade. >> Read full article

Italian Air Force chooses Technam for training

Technam has announced it has won a key contract to provide training for the Italian Air Force. >> Read full article

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 Featured News 
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2015: A year of achievement and firsts

From the ongoing saga of Bombardier's C Series to one of the largest aerospace mergers in recent memory and, unfortunately, high-profile accidents, 2015 was a year marked by key achievements, corporate front office reshuffling, technological breakthroughs and more >> Learn More…


CAE awarded training deals worth more than $100 million

CAE has captured a series of training contracts worth more than $100 million from five commercial airlines. >> Read full article

Southwest pilots found responsible for hard landing crash

The U.S. NTSB has found pilot error caused a July 22, 2013 hard landing accident at New York's LaGuardia Airport involving a Southwest Airlines Boeing 737. >> Read full article

Embraer delivers first two E195s to Tianjin Airlines

Embraer has announced it has delivered the first two E195 jets to Tianjin Airlines, the launch customer of this aircraft model in China. >> Read full article

 Event Calendar 

U.S. Sport Aviation Expo

January 22, 2016
Location: Sebring Airport, Sebring, Florida >> More Info

CHC Safety & Quality Summit

April 2-6, 2016
Location: Westin Bayshore Resort Vancouver, B.C. >> More Info

Careers in Aviation Expo

April 9, 2016
Location: Porter Airlines, Toronto Billy Bishop Airport Toronto, Ont. >> More Info

Careers in Aviation Expo

May 14, 2016
Location: WestJet Campus, Calgary, Alta. >> More Info