Cultivating the next generation of aviation professionals

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April 15, 2019

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“Younger girls don’t have that same bias that older girls and women have, which is that [aviation is] for men,” said Page. Girls Take Flight 2017 Photo

Cultivating the next generation of aviation professionals

In order to attract, educate, and retain the next generation of aviation professionals—critical global priorities for the sustainability of aviation—barriers to enter the industry must be removed.

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 Today's News

Bombardier will acquire the Global 7500 wing program from Triumph Group in Red Oak, Texas. Bombardier Photo

HK Bellawings Jet Limited firms up order for 4 more Global 7500 jets

HK Bellawings Jet Limited of Hong Kong has firmed up an order for four more Bombardier Global 7500 business jets, bringing the total of firm aircraft orders to 10.


Bombardier strengthens service and support capabilities for bizjet customers in China

Bombardier has added new line maintenance services at its Tianjin service centre, which has also received authorized service centre status from engine manufacturers Rolls-Royce, GE and Honeywell.


FLYHT receives US$1.8M OEM purchase order

FLYHT Aerospace Solutions Ltd. has announced receipt of a new US$1.8 million purchase order for Iridium modems and licence fees.


KF Aerospace increases maintenance capacity with hangar expansion

The new space will add 21,000 square feet to KF’s Hangar 1 at Kelowna International Airport, and will grow the company’s staff from 725 to 800 in 2020.


DART receives additional certifications for EC/H130 EFS

DART Aerospace has received supplemental type certificate approvals from both the FAA and EASA on its new EC/H130 Emergency Float System (EFS). 


Aéro Montréal kicks off International Aerospace Week

Nearly 2,300 Canadian and international aerospace representatives as well as government officials will participate in this major event taking place from April 15 to 18.


 News From The Web

No shortage of wannabe pilots, just of money to train them


City access road will mean we can't fly, says Whitehorse helicopter company


Boeing makes 96 flights to test software on troubled MAX jet


RCAF facing problems getting enough parts for C-130J Hercules transport planes


Mexico will provide maintenance to Canadian airlines


90 years ago he was the 1st pilot to land in the Yellowknife area; now he's on a stamp


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An Air Canada Boeing 777-300 makes its way to Runway 24L to depart YUL airport. Photo submitted by Trystan Dupré (Instagram user @cyul.spotter) using #skiesmag

An Air Canada Boeing 777-300 makes its way to Runway 24L to depart YUL airport. Photo submitted by Trystan Dupré (Instagram user @cyul.spotter) using #skiesmag
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In our April/May issue, we travel to Antarctica with Enterprise Aviation Group, go behind the scenes with Air Transat, and deliver an update on the CH-148 Cyclone maritime helicopter!

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