“This airplane is complexity squared,” said Peter Allen, chairman of Orbis Canada. “You have the aviation regulatory environment, but then you also have medicine. You can’t just fly into a country and practice medicine. You have to get approval from federal health authorities in these countries.” Rob Reyno Photo
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A remarkable vision

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Northern operations are different by nature. When it comes to regulation, NATA is advocating for performance-based rule making, where the regulator acknowledges and accepts an individual operator's proven procedure. Janos Englert Photo
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NATA outlines current priorities

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Interior improvement

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Small, but mighty

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Next-gen manufacturing

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Avionics transitions

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Flying with the stars

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Flying the last frontier

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Leading the way

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The little copter that could