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Aviation This Week: Your top story: Mitsubishi assembles its first GTF PW1200G engine in Komaki, Japan, for MRJ flight testing. Then Flying Colours breaks ground on a new hangar in Peterborough; and Lockheed Martin Canada joins forces L3 MAS for the RCAF training procurement competition.
Aviation This Week: Your top story: Virgin Galactic reaches space for the first time.Then Transport Canada introduces new flight and duty time limits, and the Carlyle Group moves to acquire StandardAero.
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In this episode of Aviation this Week: David Saint-Jacques begins his mission on the International Space Station. Then, the Canadian Armed Forces retires the Sea King helicopter and Boeing delivers its 2,000th commercial plane to China.
In this episode of Aviation this Week:United Technologies completes its acquisition of Rockwell Collins.Then, Pilatus delivers the first PC-24 air ambulance, and the Canadian Coast Guard wraps up its 2018 Arctic Operations and welcomes a new helicopter hangar in St. John.
In this episode of Aviation this Week: Airbus Urban Air Mobility receives the 2018 AIRTEC Innovation Award. Then, GAMA publishes its 2018 third-quarter shipments and billings report and the 2018 Red Bull Air Race season wraps up in Texas, which decides the championship.
In this episode of Aviation this Week: Viking Air receives the 2018 James C. Floyd Award from the Aerospace Industries Association of Canada. Then, Bristow Group moves to acquire Columbia Helicopters; and Pratt & Whitney Canada begins engine deliveries to support Canada's Fixed-Wing SAR Replacement Project.
In this episode of Aviation this week: CAE continues international expansion signing four major European training deals.Then, Niagara Helicopters is the 2018 recipient of the Airbus Innovation in Safety Award and Bombardier receives FAA certification for the Global 7500 business jet.
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