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A Canadian-made plane caused all those hot-weather flight delays in Phoenix: airline

In a single day this week, extreme heat caused more than 40 flight cancellations at Phoenix’s Sky Harbor International Airport — prompting worldwide headlines that the Arizona capital was “too hot to fly.” 594 more words

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Boeing downplays dispute with rival Bombardier, calls it ‘company-to-company issue’

OTTAWA – A senior Boeing official says the U.S. aerospace giant’s trade dispute with Montreal-based rival Bombardier is a “company-to-company issue.”

And Leanne Caret, the head of Boeing’s massive defence, security and space division, still hopes to sell Super Hornet fighter jets to Canada. 126 more words

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Fiery Highway 40 collision caused by Bombardier brake problem: CNESST

An emergency brake problem is to blame for the fiery crash that killed 55-year-old Gilbert Prince last summer on Highway 40 in Montreal, according to a report by Quebec’s worker health and safety board (CNESST). 420 more words

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Philippines orders seven additional Bombardier Q400s

Bombardier Commercial Aircraft has announced from the International Paris Air Show, that it has signed an agreement with Philippine Airlines, Inc. for the exercise of its seven Q400 aircraft purchase rights. 73 more words

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Exclusive: VistaJet Launches VistaJet Direct Private Jet Membership Program

VistaJet Direct is the name of a new private jet membership program the operator has quietly started rolling out. While not calling it a jet card, like its Programs that target frequent global Ultra High Net Worth (UHNW) travelers, royalty and Chairmen/CEOs, it is a prepaid product.  491 more words

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Bombardier’s Belfast workforce overwhelmingly agree multi-annual pay deal

Unite hopes pay deal will stabilise company’s presence in Northern Ireland and allow for future employment growth

June 15th: Davy Thompson, Regional Coordinating Officer for Unite expressed his hopes that the pay deal agreed by the union’s membership will safeguard jobs and underpin future potential growth opportunities in Bombardier. 141 more words

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Increased technical failures on Toronto streetcars just 'growing pains': TTC

Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) spokesperson Stuart Green says recent technical failures on the city’s new streetcar fleet are “natural.”

Green was responding to questions about June’s TTC CEO’s Report in which vehicle reliability of the new Flexity model streetcars from Bombardier fell well below the Commission’s set performance targets for early 2017. 521 more words

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