Aviation This Week
In this episode of Aviation this Week: Pratt & Whitney receives Transport Canada approval to increase cycle limits on PT6A-140 series engines. Then Lockheed Martin invests in renewable fuel developed in Edmonton, and Hamilton Watch wraps up a year of celebrating its century in aviation.
In this episode of Aviation this Week: David Saint-Jacques begins his mission on the International Space Station. Then, the Canadian Armed Forces retires the Sea King helicopter and Boeing delivers its 2,000th commercial plane to China.
In this episode of Aviation this Week:United Technologies completes its acquisition of Rockwell Collins.Then, Pilatus delivers the first PC-24 air ambulance, and the Canadian Coast Guard wraps up its 2018 Arctic Operations and welcomes a new helicopter hangar in St. John.
In this episode of Aviation this Week: Airbus Urban Air Mobility receives the 2018 AIRTEC Innovation Award. Then, GAMA publishes its 2018 third-quarter shipments and billings report and the 2018 Red Bull Air Race season wraps up in Texas, which decides the championship.
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.
In this episode of Aviation this week: CAE continues international expansion signing four major European training deals.Then, Niagara Helicopters is the 2018 recipient of the Airbus Innovation in Safety Award and Bombardier receives FAA certification for the Global 7500 business jet.
In this episode of Aviation this week: Billy Bishop completes its 3-year Airfield Rehabilitation Program. Then, Bombardier renames its Global Completion Centre in honour of Laurent Beaudoin, and AirMedic reaches an agreement with Metro Aviation for three EC145e helicopters.
In this episode of Aviation this week: Textron Aviation establishes a Canadian operation to expand its service network. Then, WestJet is to base its first Dreamliners in Calgary and STARS will update its aging air ambulance fleet with Airbus H145 helicopters.
In this episode of Aviation This Week: Taking a look at some of the top aircraft stories at the NBAA-BACE 2018 show in Orlando, including Embraer’s new Praetor jet, Pilatus’ first showing of the PC-24 at the show and Gulfstream’s new G500.
Sikorsky’s S-97 Raider prototype helicopter reaches 200 knots leveraging X2 Technology. Then Boeing completes its US$4.25 billion acquisition of KLX Aerospace to expand its services business; and Aerospace Industries Association of Canada introduces its VISION 2025 program to be led by the former Premier of Quebec Jean Charest.
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