In today’s episode of Aviation This Week, the Canadian government has released beyond visual line of sights draft regulations for drones, the aircraft landing gear market is set to explode in the future, and Bombardier’s Global 7000 program has surpassed 500 flight test hours.
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In today’s episode of Aviation This Week, the federal government is set to approve a $200 million-deal with Boeing to maintain its C-17 aircraft, MRO company StandardAero has entered into negotiations to acquire Vector Aerospace, and Air Canada recently set a single-day passenger number record.
In today’s episode of Aviation This Week, Bombardier has to wait another two months to find out if the U.S. will impose duties on its C Series, Air Canada Rouge is celebrating its fourth anniversary, and Pilatus has handed over its 1,500th PC-12 aircraft.
In today’s episode of Aviation This Week, editor Matt Nicholls discusses this year’s Wings and Helicopters’ Top 20 under 40 winners, the federal government is still talking to Boeing about a possible Super Hornet purchase, and Airbus Helicopters has introduced its new Racer demonstrator.
In today’s episode of Aviation This Week, CAE’s Airline Pilot Demand Outlook says 255,000 new pilots are needed over the next decade; Boeing has raised its forecast for new airplane demand; and Boom Supersonic has unveiled its new XB-1 Supersonic Demonstrator.
In today’s episode of Aviation This Week, CAE has introduced its first-ever Airline Pilot Demand Outlook; Bombardier has delivered its 3,000th Lear jet; and the Canadian federal government has suspended Super Hornet talks with Boeing.
In today’s episode of Aviation This Week, the International Air Transport Association has reaffirmed its commitment to airline safety and security, drone-flying is one of federal Transport Minister Marc Garneau’s biggest fears, and KF Aerospace has secured two new search-and-rescue deals from the Royal Canadian Air Force.
Bombardier Business Aircraft and Leggett & Platt, Incorporated of Carthage, Mo. have celebrated a historic milestone in business aviation – the delivery of the 3,000th Bombardier Learjet business jet manufactured.
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In today’s episode of Aviation This Week, losing Canadian FWSAR plane manufacturer Leonardo S.p.A. says it was not made aware of Canada’s budget flexibility during the bidding process, Swiss Airlines’ first CS300 has been delivered, and Canada’s search and rescue helicopters are being modernized.
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