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Feb. 5, 2014, Vancouver - Aviation students can now apply for the opportunity to attend the 10th-annual CHC Safety & Quality Summit, through grants which honour a long-time advocate of excellence in aviation safety training.
After witnessing the activity at Cascade Aerospace’s immaculate 230,000-square-foot facility at the Abbotsford International Airport in Abbotsford, B.C., during a recent visit in June, it was hard not to get excited about the scope of the work at hand – and ponder the future potential of B.C.’s aerospace sector.
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March 18, 2013, Toronto - There are just two weeks left to nominate incredible women in aviation and aerospace for the 2013 Elsie MacGill Northern Lights Awards.
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Occupants of helicopters that ditch into water have a good chance of surviving the impact with only minor injuries.
March in Vancouver means only one thing, at least in the aviation world. While the spring bulbs are blooming throughout the city and the first cherry blossoms appear on thousands of trees, the Westin Bayshore Resort and Marina in Vancouver will be packed with hundreds of people from around the world attending the ninth annual CHC Safety & Quality Summit.
March 7, 2013 – Finding dynamic, innovative employees capable of developing new systems, processes and techniques that help fuel the success of an operation for years to come is a major challenge facing aviation and aerospace companies and fixed- and rotary-wing operators of all sizes.
Jan. 24, 2013, Vancouver - Aviation students can now apply for the opportunity to attend this year’s CHC Safety & Quality Summit, through a grant which honours a long-time advocate of excellence in aviation safety training.
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