Bombardier sells six Q400s to new airline launching in Angola
Planes bought on behalf of a consortium that will form Air Connection Expres.
Bombardier sticking with regional aircraft, won’t guarantee Q400 jobs in Toronto
Will continue to operate from Downsview for up to three years, with two optional one-year extension periods.
After 55 years, chairman Beaudoin bids adieu to Bombardier
Successfully transformed Bombardier into a significant Canadian global company.
Bombardier selling Downsview property for $635M to pension manager
Also signed long-term lease of a Toronto Pearson International Airport property for Global business jet assembly.
Magellan secures multiple Boeing contracts
Manufacturing will be done at two of the company’s US plants.
WTO panel rules against Canada in preliminary ruling in Brazilian C Series dispute
Embraer claims aviation business hurt by Bombardier receiving more than $3.7 billion in subsidies.
Air Canada supports aerospace mergers if benefits of competition remain alive
Airbus’s has majority control of the Bombardier C Series program; Boeing is in talks to join forces with Brazil’s Embraer.
Bell Helicopter aerospace consortium gets $49.5M in federal funding
Will develop next-generation helicopters that can fly with or without crews.
Bombardier union optimistic about C Series contract renewal under Airbus
Reassured because there’s already a fairly strong union culture in both France and Canada.
Bombardier sending officials to Nepal to help with plane crash investigation
An air safety senior investigator will act as an adviser and a field service representative will support the airline.
Airbus wants to make C Series profitable by lowering supplier prices
Will sell the planes first, then focus on volume to successfully reduce costs.
Plane and train maker Bombardier raising $638.4M in share offering
Shares have surged in recent months, helped by improved results and a win in its trade fight with Boeing.
General Dynamics to buy internet tech CSRA for almost $7B
Defense contractor says the acquisition will help it provide cost-effective internet technology solutions.
Mars on Earth: Simulation tests conducted in remote desert of Oman
More than 200 scientists from 25 nations to field-test technology for a manned mission to the Red Planet.
Pilotless planes on the horizon if public acceptance grows, say experts
Could save the aerospace and airline industry US$35 billion annually, says a recent UBS report.
IIoT is changing automotive and aerospace manufacturing
How these industries are making the digital transformation.
New projects boost innovation: aerospace, automotive and entrepreneurs targeted
Incubators, accelerators, and developers collaborate with industry and academia to nurture research and development.
Cleared for lift off
Bell’s 505 Jet Ranger X secures Mirabel jobs.
Advancing manufacturing: highlights from PLANT in the 1980s
Technology offers the potential for great leaps in productivity improvement as Canada and the US shake hands on free trade.
First Airbus H130 lands
Phoenix Heli-Flight takes delivery.
On-site safety is no accident
Many workplace injuries can be prevented or minimized with the proper safety-approved workwear and PPE.
Exporting critical to expanding Canadian manufacturing.
CanExport helps SMEs navigate global markets.
Boeing fixes its air condition
Winnipeg facility saves energy with redesigned compressed air system.
Mapping Canada’s future
A framework for manufacturing success.
To the stars
Thoth Technology aims to elevate space exploration.
D-Wave breaks quantum barrier
Milestone enables system to address larger, more complex problems.
Message to America: Free trade, fair trade
Buy America/American protectionist measures are costing jobs on both sides of the border.
Pardon the disruption
IBC Advanced Alloys aspires to lead a “materials revolution,” and has the heft of an aerospace powerhouse behind it.
Bombardier’s quest for excellence
The Montreal aerospace company’s Achieving Excellence System provides a roadmap that integrates world-class best practices.
Focus on careers rather than degrees
We’re creating a job market for young people that’s overly competitive and not particularly lucrative.
Pros and cons of the South Korea deal.