Green shift in aerospace needs government strategy

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January 13, 2021

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Green shift in aerospace needs government strategy

In panel discussions during the International Aerospace Week forum, hosted virtually by Aero Montreal, government officials and industry executives predicted aerospace strategies and recovery plans that will be decidedly green in color.

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 Today's News

CDC expands negative COVID-19 test requirement to all air passengers entering the United States

The order will become effective on Jan. 26, 2021.


Air Canada receives APEX’s Diamond Status certification for CleanCare Biosafety Program

Air Canada is the only airline in Canada to receive the Diamond accreditation, the highest possible level from the Airline Passenger Experience Association based on the evaluation of a 66-point checklist.


Statement by Canada's aerospace industry on changes to the Federal Ministry

The AIAC responded to the announcement that Navdeep Bains, Federal Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry, will not be running in the next election and is leaving Cabinet.


Canada’s major airlines issue statement as new Minister of Transport appointed

The National Airlines Council of Canada issued the statement in response to the appointment of the Honourable Omar Alghabra as Canada’s new Minister of Transport.

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration has certified the 737 MAX 8 airplane for commercial service. The aircraft is seen here taking off over Lake Washington. Boeing Photo

Boeing announces fourth-quarter deliveries

The resumption of 737 MAX deliveries in December was a key milestone.


BA Group breaks ground on Discovery Air

The Discovery Air Campus will significantly enhance the type and size of facilities offered at Northern Colorado Regional Airport.


Canada's airline workers continue to be devastated by lack of direct financial aid to sector

The Air Canada Pilots Association, the Air Line Pilots Association, Unifor and the Canadian Airline Dispatchers Association represent more than 300,000 workers, many have already been laid off or furloughed.


Canada’s airports ready to work with new minister of transport

Airports are dealing with long-term financial challenges that could affect the quality of service long after the virus crisis has ended.


Global Appearance Partners announces new app, Atlas

The app will provide users with a platform to book, track and manage aircraft cleanings from anywhere at any time.


 News From The Web

Air Canada cancels service to Fredericton International Airport


Canadian aviation industry hopeful cabinet shuffle signals help to come


Kamloops Airport to lose Air Canada service indefinitely as of Jan. 23


Plane lands at Regina International Airport without deploying landing gear


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Martin Mars - Coulson Flying Tanker at Sproat Lake, central Vancouver Island, B.C. Photo submitted by Derek Heyes (Instagram user @hazers_flightline) using #skiesmag
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