A London Air Services Bonvbardier Challenger 604 soars high above the clouds. LAS Photo
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A Day in the Life

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Around the world in 48 days

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Two HondaJets in flight.
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Building the Buzz: HondaJet

Heli Muskoka is based in the region of Muskoka, about two hours' drive north of Toronto, Ontario. Dotting the shorelines of its many lakes are some truly spectacular country retreats.
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Cottage Country Support: Heli Muskoka

Hugh and Wendy Andrews sit in the Aero-Smith hangar on Vancouver Island, surrounded by their talented staff.
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Family Business: Aero-Smith Heli Services

443 Maritime Helicopter Squadron members at Victoria International Airport, left to right: Carly Cake, Chelsey Llewellyn, Tanya Carr and Darlene Such. Heath Moffatt Photo
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Minding the Gap: Women in Aviation

Staff in Bromont also make parts for the GEnx, a next-generation engine for, among others, Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner. GE Photo
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Smart Factory: GE Aviation

Founded in 1947 as an avionics repair company, Canadian Aviation Electronics by the 1980s was breaking new ground in flight simulation, an innovation that transformed both pilot training and flight safety. Shown here, the company’s A350 full-flight simulator cockpit. Photos courtesy of CAE
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Training innovation: CAE

A crew from 443 Maritime Helicopter Squadron included, left to right, Sonja Hansen, Tanya Carr, Chelsey Llewellyn and Carly Cake. Heath Moffatt Photo
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Pursuing an “Acceptable Norm”