In this episode of Aviation This Week: Aireon completes its Iridium NEXT deployment and is just weeks away from beginning a new era for aircraft surveillance and routing. Then Transport Canada unveils visual line of sight regulations for drones; and Air Canada invests $97.3 million in Chorus with an new agreement extending into 2035.
In this episode of Aviation this Week: Viking Air receives the 2018 James C. Floyd Award from the Aerospace Industries Association of Canada. Then, Bristow Group moves to acquire Columbia Helicopters; and Pratt & Whitney Canada begins engine deliveries to support Canada's Fixed-Wing SAR Replacement Project.
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HAI HELI-EXPO 2019
March 4-7, 2019