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.
In this episode of Aviation this week: Bombardier’s Global 7500 is scheduled to enter service this year after receiving Transport Canada type certification. Then, Héroux-Devtek of Quebec completes the acquisition of Airbus subsidiary CESA for $206 million, and United Airlines orders nine more 787-9 Dreamliners.
Canadian airlines and airports leverage the longer range and fuel efficiency of Boeing’s 737 MAX generation. Then, Universal Helicopters of Goose Bay makes two major investments to expand its operations and Agrisoma Biosciences of Gatineau helps to provide biofuel for an 11-hour United Airlines flight.
Niche TV Host Justin Bellmore is back with all of your latest aviation industry news! In this episode of Aviation This Week: The Perlan Mission ll soars to over 76,000 feet. Then, Boeing’s Max 10 aircraft is sporting new unique landing gear, and a Manitoba town honours the flight of the first Canadian helicopter.
Niche TV Host Justin Bellmore is back with all of your latest aviation industry news! In this episode of Aviation This Week: A Metallic magnesium maker for aerospace gets $30.9M from Quebec. Then, Van Horn receives STC for composite blades on Bell 206L, and Pilatus comes first in a TurboProp product support survey.
Niche TV Host Justin Bellmore has all of your latest aviation industry news! In this episode of Aviation This Week: Magellan aerospace signs a 6-year manufacturing deal with Pratt & Whitney. Then, the Southern Ontario Airport Network reports on its economic impact on Canadian communities for 2017, and the pseudo-satellite aircraft Zephyr flies a world record length of 25 days.
In this episode of Aviation This Week: CAE and government partners unveiled plans to invest $1 billion over the next five years to innovate aviation training platforms. Then, Cascade will be providing Viking firefighter conversion and training for Longview Aviation of B.C., and The Sky Guys are granted a permit for DX-3, a landmark development project.
In this episode of Aviation This Week: NASA and Boeing select their first test pilot astronauts for a 2019 Starliner mission. Then, the 2018 Lindy Awards from AirVenture features five Canadian winners; and Transport Canada certification makes Bombardier’s Q400 the first commercial turboprop in the world to reach a 90-passenger capacity.
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