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November 12-13, 2019
2019 Canadian Aerospace Summit
Shaw Centre, 55 Colonel By Dr, Ottawa, ON
The 2019 Canadian Aerospace Summit will explore the global considerations that Canadian aerospace companies – and their partners in government, research and education – must keep in mind if they want to stay ahead of the curve:
Topics: What are the current challenges to growth, productivity and competitiveness? Where are the emerging opportunities for the industry, and what do companies need to know in order to take advantage of them? What is Canada doing to face these challenges and opportunities… and what should it be doing? What strategies are other aerospace nations using to increase their competitiveness and empower their aerospace industries, both domestically and around the world? What should non-Canadian companies know about accessing the vast talent and opportunity in the Canadian aerospace sector? With speakers from Canada and around the world representing companies of every size and sector, the Canadian Aerospace Summit is a must-attend event for anyone interested in making sure that Canadian aerospace growth continues to accelerate into the next decade and beyond. For more information about this event, including registration, please visit aerospacesummit.ca.
November 14-16, 2019
Helicopter Association of Canada 24th Annual Convention & Helicopter Safety Forum
Vancouver Convention Centre-West, 1055, Canada Place, Vancouver, BC
HAC Convention & Trade Show is a three-day international event that is intended to enhance the development of the helicopter industry of the nation. It is a commercial trade show that provides immense scopes for the progression of aviation industry. This business affair will increase the technological improvement of the aircraft sector all over the world. For more information, visit h-a-c.ca.
November 18-20, 2019
Air Transport Association of Canada 85th Canadian Aviation Conference and Trade Show
Fairmont Queen Elizabeth Hotel, 900 René-Lévesque Blvd W, Montreal, QC
ATAC annual AGM and Tradeshow, with close to 500 delegates, members, sponsors and exhibitors in attendance. Keynote speakers, prizes and awards. For more information, visit atac.ca.
November 20, 2019
Pacific Aircraft Maintenance Engineers Association (PAMEA Fall Workshop
5520 Miller Road, Richmond, BC (Jazz Aviation LP location)
This workshop can be used to meet the requirements of CAR 573.06 and is free for all current members. Memberships can be paid for at the door or on the PAMEA website prior to the event. Light refreshments and snacks will be provided for all those that RVSP by November 14. Good for recurrent training. Sessions to include: Transport Canada Continuing Airworthiness – Service Difficulty Reporting – Jean Grenier, Transport Canada; Maxcraft Avionics – ADSB information session – Daryl MacIntosh, Maxcraft; System Safety Human Factors refresher – Case study – Gordon Dupont , Systems Safety; AMEs of Canada / Transport Canada meeting Summary Question and Answer period – Peter Chick – PAMEA; Pratt & Whitney Canada TBA AME Business Management – Rod Hayward – University of Fraser Valley / PAMEA. For more information, visit pamea.ca.
December 3-5, 2019
International Association of Airport Executives of Canada TP312 5th Aerodrome Standards & Recommended Practices Training
Port Hardy Airport, BC
Participants will develop a working knowledge of Canadian aerodrome standards and recommended practices as well as the related regulatory requirements. Actual issues will be shared and combined with practical scenarios. Independent open book exercises along with group exercises will develop solutions for increasingly complex problems. Participants will depart with an understanding of what is required to attain and maintain airport certification. Cost: Members $1000; Non-Members $1100. For more information, visit iaaecanada.org.
February 3, 2020
Pacific Northwest Aerospace Alliance 19th Annual Aerospace Conference
Lynnwood Convention Centre, 3711 196th St. SW., Lynnwood, WA
PNAA’s Annual Aerospace Conference brings together more than 650 aerospace professionals, representing more than 350 companies travelling from states, multiple Canadian provinces and countries outside North America. Speakers from top aerospace companies from around the world and top industry analysts provide the knowledge to prepare for the year ahead. An exhibit hall of more than 50 relevant companies and organizations display the most current and innovative products and services. For more information, visit pnaa.net.