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January 8, 2021  

Boeing will pay $2.5 billion to settle charge over 737 Max

Boeing will pay $2.5 billion to settle a Justice

News Manufacturing General
December 3, 2020  

Cyclone fined $60,000 for aircraft wing injury

Workers were attempting to steady the component to keep it from swinging during a lift.

News Aerospace General
May 7, 2020  

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.

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February 4, 2020  

Dash 8 joins federal marine surveillance program

The aircraft will be modified to detect oil spills, monitor ships and whale movements.

News Aerospace Manufacturing General Production
January 23, 2020  

Boeing’s new CEO sees 737 Max production resuming in spring

Aerospace company doesn’t expect the FAA to certify the Max until this summer.

News Aerospace Manufacturing General
December 16, 2019  

Two injured in an explosion, Woodbridge manufacturer fined $135,000

Fully pressurized shock strut from an aircraft exploded during disassembly.

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October 3, 2019  

US tariffs on EU goods would include cheese, wine, aircraft

WTO ruled the US could retaliate over illegal aid that the 28-country EU gave to Airbus.

News Aerospace General
November 22, 2018  

Experimental plane flies silently, may lead to quiet drones [WATCH]

The craft generates thrust by applying a strong electric field to the air, a process called “ionic wind.”

News Aerospace Manufacturing General
May 4, 2018  

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.

News Aerospace General
February 22, 2018  

Bombardier’s G7000 will help it regain top spot among business jet makers: CEO

Company reduced production rate in 2015 for business jets as part of a turnaround plan focused on improving margins.

News Aerospace Manufacturing General
January 25, 2018  

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.

News Aerospace Government Manufacturing General
December 6, 2017  

Feds planning to push back delivery date for new fighter jets: sources

Defence officials don’t expect the first new plane to be delivered for another eight years, around 2026.

News Aerospace Manufacturing General
December 4, 2017  

Bombardier to supply Airbus’s A320neo engine nacelle program

Will develop and manufacture a new thrust reverser for the Pratt & Whitney powered aircraft.

News Aerospace Manufacturing General
November 15, 2017  

Airbus deal increasing confidence but no new C Series sales talks: Bombardier

But EgyptAir has announced plans to purchase up to 24 CS300s, the C Series larger version.

News General
November 2, 2017  

Bombardier cuts C Series delivery guidance, announces LOI with European customer

Firm order from unidentified buyer for 31 C Series aircraft and options for an additional 30 jets.

News Aerospace Government Manufacturing General
September 27, 2017  

Slapped with 220% US tariff, Bombardier doubling down CSeries sales to China

US Department of Commerce’s preliminary duty decision raises questions about the future of a key order for Delta Air Lines.

News Aerospace Manufacturing General
April 13, 2017  

Aircraft maker ATR signs $536M, 20 aircraft deal with Iran

The country of 80 million people is one of the last untapped aviation markets in the world.

News Aerospace Manufacturing General
April 4, 2017  

Lockheed Martin invests $10M in Montreal aerospace engineering firm

Part of its ITB obligations related to its 2010 Royal Canadian Airforce CC-130J Super Hercules aircraft contract.

News Aerospace Manufacturing General
January 30, 2017  

Race is on to develop a flying car for escaping crowded roadways

Entrepreneurs see a vast potential market for “air taxis” and personally owned small aircraft.

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December 5, 2016  

Lufthansa, GE invest in Polish aircraft engine plant

Facility will be operational in 2018.

News Aerospace Manufacturing General
December 2, 2016  

Bombardier wins $200M orders from Tanzania for three aircraft

Air Tanzania adds a Q400 turboprop and two CS300s to its line-up.

News Aerospace General
May 18, 2016  

New Zealand man faces US illegal export charges

Accused of violating the Arms Export Control Act: no export licence.

News Manufacturing General Technology
May 26, 2015  

Montrealer is Guiness hoverboard champ [VIDEO]

Sets world record for furthest flight at 250 metres; plans to manufacture

News Aerospace Energy Manufacturing Business Operations General Operations Production
November 4, 2014  

Rolls Royce to slash 2,600 jobs in cost cutting restructuring

Aerospace engine maker’s CEO says cuts “will not be the last.”

News Aerospace Manufacturing Business Operations General Production
October 31, 2014  

Bombardier cans Russian turboprop assembly plans

Blames political unrest and weak economy.

News Aerospace Manufacturing General
July 31, 2014  

Bombardier sells five Q400 NextGen turboprops

Aerospace manufacturer has firm orders for 511 of the shorthaul aircraft.

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July 10, 2014  

US aviation parts firm JetLine to set up in Montreal, creating 13 jobs

Company supplies new and aftermarket parts for commercial and private aircraft

News Aerospace Manufacturing General Production
May 2, 2014  

Bombardier considers potential plane, train sales to Iran

Country is looking to buy 400 aircraft to upgrade an aging fleet.

News Aerospace Manufacturing General
May 1, 2014  

Bombardier says it’s on track, despite 22% Q1 profit drop

CEO Pierre Beaudoin expects to meet full-year guidance for 2014.

News Aerospace General Operations Production
March 21, 2014  

Ukraine unrest could delay Bombardier’s Russian Q-400 deal

Aerospace manufacturer was close to finalizing a joint venture with Rostec.

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February 19, 2014  

Bombardier loses top business jet ranking to Gulfstream

Higher revenues at $7.35 billion give the US aerospace company the edge.

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February 4, 2014  

Airbus Helicopters in Fort Erie adds a production line and 40 jobs

Former Eurocopter Canada wins a global mandate for engine cowlings for the EC225.