Aviation This Week
In this week’s episode of Aviation This Week, Bombardier plans to sell its Toronto Downsview aerospace facility, Boeing’s new Dreamliner plane is ready for take-off, and aviation leaders appeal to have the U.S. Aircraft Registry reopened.
In this week’s episode of Aviation This Week, The Transportation Safety Board looks into the fatal plane crash that killed politician Jean Lapierre and his family. Boeing unveils a new unmanned cargo aircraft prototype. And Daniel K Elwell replaces Micheal Huerta as Acting Administrator for FAA.
Aviation this week looks at the successful rollout of the Airbus A321neo ACF, Tecnam’s first flight of its new P2012 Traveller and new blood at Erickson.
2017 closed as the safest year in aviation history. Bombardier flew above its trade troubles to land a deal with EgyptAir, and Mark Johnston was promoted to CEO of BBA Aviation.
In this end-of-year edition of Aviation This Week, we look at B.C.’s record-setting wildfires, the drawn out battle between Boeing and bombardier, and Canada's contest for 88 new fighter jets that puts Boeing at a disadvantage. 
In today’s episode of Aviation This Week, Bombardier and Boeing still fighting over the Delta deal and the Airbus executive roster is getting a change-up.
In today’s episode of Aviation This Week, Ottawa cancels deal with Boeing to buy Super Hornets, Pilatus achieves FAA and EASA certification for the PC-24, and Airbus celebrates its 150th delivery of the H145.
In today’s episode of Aviation This Week, WestJet and Delta have agreed to form a new venture; Bombardier’s Challenger business jets have surpassed key delivery milestone and U.S. airlines are cracking down on so-called “smart” luggage.
In today’s episode of Aviation This Week, Air Canada introduces new digs for premium international business travellers; Canadian North announces a new maintenance facility for Edmonton International Airport; and Jim Facette starts his new role as the president/CEO of the Canadian Business Aviation Association.
In today’s episode of Aviation This Week, the second annual All Canada Aeromedical Transport Safety Conference took place in Mississauga, Ont.; there is a hiring spree for Bombardier’s Global 7000 program; and the V-22 Osprey hits 400,000 flight hours.

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