In today’s episode ofAviation This Week,we highlight innovators in Canadian rotary safety including Airbus Helicopters Canada seeking safety leaders, Helijet and the BC Ambulance Service install night vision imaging systems (NVIS) on their helicopter fleet, and Transport Canada has certified the H145 helicopter.
In today’s episode of Aviation This Week, Prime Minister Trudeau weighs in on the Bombardier-Boeing aerospace dispute, UTC Aerospace is planning to buy Rockwell Collins for $30 billion, and the Royal Canadian Air Force has introduced its new Colours.
A computer-controlled hybrid flying machine that lifts off vertically like a helicopter, leans to a 90-degree angle and flies horizontally like an airplane – developed at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – has garnered international research support.
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In today’s episode of Aviation This Week, Bombardier’s C Series continues to be a concern, CHC’s annual Safety & Quality Summit is coming up, and CAE is growing its pilot training footprint in South East Asia.
In today’s episode of Aviation This Week highlights the art of Canadian Innovation in Rotary maintenance, repair and overhaul services and examines key advancement’s being made in the MRO space.
In today’s episode of Aviation This Week, we focus on a special report from editor Matt Nicholls from the Canadian Business Aviation Association and Aerospace Defence & Security Expo.
In today’s episode of Aviation This Week, the clock is ticking on the Canadian government’s proposed Super Hornet plan; Winnipeg’s aerospace industry is getting a government boost; and security wait times at airports are increasing due to CATSA budget cuts.
In today’s episode of Aviation This Week, Bombardier is working hard to turn its finances around, Honeywell Aerospace is planning to cut jobs to North American operations, and CHC Helicopter has launched its super medium aircraft program.
In today’s episode of Aviation This Week, Boeing has released its 2017 Pilot and Technician Outlook, the International Air Transport Association and Airlines for America have launched a baggage tracking campaign, and Airbus Helicopters Canada has announced Canadian certification of the H145.
In today’s episode of Aviation This Week, the Canadian government has released beyond visual line of sights draft regulations for drones, the aircraft landing gear market is set to explode in the future, and Bombardier’s Global 7000 program has surpassed 500 flight test hours.
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