Boeing to reduce workforce by 400 in Winnipeg due to pandemic
Reductions will come from voluntary and involuntary layoffs and normal attrition.
Canada turns to US Navy for help recovering downed military chopper
Experts say examining the main wreckage could provide important clues to the cause of the crash off the Greek coast.
Rolls-Royce cuts 9,000 jobs as aviation reels
CEO says most of the cuts will take place in the civil aerospace business.
Bombardier starts gradual resumption of manufacturing, reports Q1 loss
Expects business activity to hit a low point in Q2, before gradually recovering in the second half of the year.
Feds extend fighter jet competition for a second time
COVID-19 cited for the delay, move ensures all suppliers are able to submit their most competitive offer.
Canada invests another $70M in F-35 development
No commitment to buy but staying in the program has advantages: partners get a purchasing discount.
Héroux-Devtek restructures amid COVID-19 pandemic
Closing its Alta Precision plant in Anjou, acquired last year; 225 employees affected, 125 in Quebec.
Hundreds of Quebec aerospace workers to be laid off
Airbus is waiting for “clear visibility” while Pratt & Whitney is resounding to pressure on the order book.
De Havilland announces phased return to work and resumption of activities
The phased return to work follows the temporary suspension of manufacturing operations on March 20
MDA receives $190M contract to support robotic operations on ISS
The contract provides for ongoing operations and maintenance of the Canadian contribution to the International Space Station, including the Canadarm2 and Dextre robotics systems
Boeing to cut 10% of workforce as Q1 revenue, profit slide
Aerospace manufacturer will be accomplished through attrition, paying people to leave and layoffs.
Bombardier recalling 11,000 as Quebec prepares to reopen economy
About 70% of the pane and train maker’s Canadian workforce of more than 17,600 employees had been temporarily laid off.
Bombardier to help make 18,000 ventilators at shuttered Thunder Bay plant
Will carry out sanding, painting and assembly work on the equipment for Brampton, Ont.-based O-Two Medical Technologies.
CAE recalls laid-off employees, signs contract with feds for ventilators
Ventilator design and testing is being finalized with an order from the federal government for 10,000 units.
Airports forecast $2B loss by June as COVID-19 halts travel
Many parts of the aviation sector confronting a possible shutdown unless federal relief arrives, says Canadian Airports Council.