Shows the Markham PCB assembler operates under a stringent quality management system.
Report recommends a pan-Canadian strategy to better co-ordinate industry efforts.
Judge found merit in statistics compiled by American showing that workers took longer to fix planes and delayed more tasks.
In the new configuration, both of the plane’s flight control computers would be monitored by software.
Aviation cybersecurity has been an issue of growing concern around the world.
Government will fight air carriers’ attempt to overturn rules that beef up compensation for travellers.
Underscores the uncertainty swirling the company and its bestselling plane, grounded since March after two deadly crashes.
Lockheed Martin’s F-35 is still in the running along with aircraft from Saab, Airbus and Boeing.
Transportation Safety Board officials are investigating at least three crashes involving DHC-2 Beavers since July 11.
Air Canada and Porter Airlines Inc., along with 17 other applicants, state in a court filing that mandatory compensation under the passenger bill of rights violates international standards and should be rendered invalid.
Aerospace company told the Coatesville facility’s 465 employees the plant would close by the end of the year.
Company said in April it has booked about $1 billion in charges related to fixing the plane.
Out-of-service planes have disrupted travel for more than 175,000 passengers through June 14.
Rules allow tarmac delays of nearly four hours.
The latest flaw in the plane’s computer system was discovered by FAA pilots.