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IAAE Canada e-Report Volume 13 No. 18 April 29, 2013

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Greetings,

IAAE Canada Membes Webinars

Please join us this Thursday, May 2, 2013 at 12 noon (EST) for the next installment of our Webinar series.

We are pleased to announce the Airport Environmental Management Webinar by Subject Matter Expert, James Bogusz, Director, Airside Operations, Technology, & Environment, Victoria Airport Authority.

IAAE Canada Members will receive a direct invitation with joining instructions in their email.
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The Lighter Side of Aviation
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The controller working a busy pattern told the 727 on downwind to make a three-sixty -- do a complete circle, a move normally used to provide spacing between aircraft.
The pilot of the 727 complained, "Don't you know it costs us two thousand dollars to make even a one-eighty in this airplane?"
Without missing a beat the controller replied, "Roger, give me four thousand dollars' worth."

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Upcoming Conferences

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7th Annual Facility, Operations & Airport Managers Conference. (F.O.A.M.)

Saskatoon, SK

May 12-15, 2013

85th Annual AAAE Conference & Expo

Reno, NV

May 19 - 22, 2013

AAAE  Great Lakes Chapter Annual Conference and Exposition

Rapid City, SD

July 25 - 28, 2013

SWIFT 2013 Conference and Trade Show

Ottawa, ON

Sept 9-12, 2013

BC Aviation Council Silver Wings Awards

Richmond, BC

Oct 30, 2013

8th Annual Facility, Operations & Airport Managers Conference (F.O.A.M.)

Halifax, NS

Spring 2014

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Winnipeg, MB

June 17-21, 2013

Air Service Development (ASD)

Montreal, QC

Sept 5-6, 2013

Air Navigation System (ANS)

Toronto, ON

Oct 2-3, 2013

Please note: If there is a link on the training name, it will take you to the online registration. Please click here to browse our Training Course Catalogue. If you have any interest in any of the above training, please send us an email. If you have other needs you can also email us and we will work on it.
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Location

Deadline

Apr 30

Airport Manager

Wabush

May 21

Apr 30

Manager, Airfield Electrical

Calgary

May 30

Apr 25

Regional Program Manager

Whitehorse

May 24

Apr 22

General Manager, IT Operational Systems

Calgary

May 5

Apr 22

Corporate Technology Lead Coordinator

Regina

May 8

Apr 5

Human Resources Advisor (Change Management)

Richmond

Open

Apr 5

Fire Safety Engineer

Richmond

Open

Apr 5

Airfield Operations Specialist

Richmond

Open

Mar 2

Coordinator, Aviation Security, Airport Operations Department

Richmond

Open

Mar 22

Business Integration Analyst

Toronto

Open

Mar 22

Quality Analyst

Toronto

Open

Mar 8

Electrical Engineer

Toronto

Open

Feb 22

Architectural Technologist

Toronto

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Nov 30

Manager, Information and Communications Technologies

Toronto

Open

Nov 2

Manager, Corporate Finance

Vancouver

Open

Oct 29

Project Engineer

Vancouver

Open

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IAAE Canada

Association Update

Please join us in welcoming our New Affiliate Members:

Eric Desnoyers, Airport Business Manager, Northern Rockies Regional Airport

Ash Mohtadi, Airside Manager, Comox Valley Airport

Please welcome our Newest Corporate Member:

imageMarsh’s Aviation Practice is broker to some of the world’s major airlines, manufacturers, commercial fixed wing and helicopter operators, and airports.
Marsh currently employs more than 300 aviation specialists throughout the world, including 40 in 8 offices across Canada, making it the leading aviation broker in Canada.
In addition, Marsh Canada has a dedicated in-house Aviation Risk Control Strategies group which provides loss control assessments for both airside and ground operations. We have designed training programs on Safety Management Systems and Aircraft Incident Investigations. This group can also provide specialist fire protection and engineering studies for airport exposures including terminal facilities, hangars, and fuel farms.
For more information contact: Calgary: Chris Boulanger - 403 476 3362 
Montreal
: Alaster Burpitt - 514 285 5184  Toronto: Richard Doherty - 416 349 4596 
Vancouver: Mick Garnham - 604 443 3530  www.canada.marsh.com/Industries/AviationAerospace.aspx

Please join us in thanking the following Corporate Members who have renewed their committment:

imageIDS is committed in proposing solutions aimed at increasing the mission success of Airports Operators and Air Traffic Control.
Photometric measurements of airfield lighting systems in accordance with ICAO Annex 14, TP312 standards and     recommended practices, including AC 302-08.
Photometric alignment of PAPI and VASIS systems in accordance with ICAO Annex 14, TP312 standards and recommended practices, including AC 302-09.
Production, maintenance and validation of Instrument Flight Procedures in a GIS/CAD environment in accordance with established ICAO, TERPS, STANAG and Tp308 criteria.
Visual procedures (VFR) development -- Flyability performance simulation - Controlling obstacles and terrain interference with respect to navigation protection areas, visual aid surfaces, and aerodrome limitation surfaces.
Aeronautical Obstacle Charts - Pre-feasibility assessment for RNAV procedures and pre-validation - NAVAIDS electromagnetic performance analysis - Capability analysis for DME/DME and GNSS - Satellite required navigation performance (accuracy, availability, integrity and reliability) analysis.
For more information, contact: Sales Department  o.bartoli@idscorporation.com  www.idscorporation.com/na

imageSeptember 15th, 2010 marked a new era for a group of leading Canadian design firms as they adopted the name DIALOG for their recent merger. DIALOG has a track record of award-winning collaborative design excellence. Founded by the merged firms of Cohos Evamy + Hotson Bakker Boniface Haden + Mole White Associates + Office for Urbanism, DIALOG is committed to the practice of sustainable design with a focus on the success of clients and communities. Working from studios in Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto and Vancouver, DIALOG credits its strength to its outstanding multidisciplinary team who deliver excellence and a collaborative approach to the provision of architectural, engineering, interior design, planning and urban design services.
Building connections: Design in transportation is about connections - between neighbourhoods, communities, cities, municipalities, countries. The experience is as important as the function.
Airports are more than just a clearinghouse for airplanes, people and cargo - they are the gateway to a region. An airport should be a welcoming and worry-free experience for passengers, and a reflection of the culture of the community. Since the early 1990s, airports have also been businesses that must generate revenue, so layouts have to be strategic, reflecting the buying patterns of passengers and airport personnel. In addition, as airports expand and technology changes, airport design must accommodate the rapidly changing fleets of many different carriers. We handle this through modularity, which makes airports, control towers and other transportation buildings effective today, and flexible enough to meet future needs.
Our Areas of Practice: DIALOG is a fully integrated multidisciplinary practice which includes architecture, programming, urban planning and design, interior design, graphic design and 3D modeling, and structural, mechanical and electrical engineering. We provide our services in many sectors including airports and transportation, retail, commercial, public markets, arts and culture, education, health care, science and technology, government, and energy related work. We have been successful in winning outstanding, ambitious commissions and developing long-lasting collaborative relationships with our clients.
Size of the Firm: DIALOG credits its strength to its outstanding multidisciplinary team of over 500 talented individuals, located in studios in Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto and Vancouver.  Our team is supported by state-of-the-art IT resources which allow seamless communication and flow of information across our studio network.
For more information, contact: Robert Adamson          www.designdialog.ca

image LNT Solutions (formerly Basic Solutions) is a proven specialist in creating powerful yet eco-friendly chemical products. LNT Solutions provides the de-icer of choice for much of the UK’s rail network. LNT Solutions is intensifying its efforts to make a difference in airports in North America and Europe.  Using a cooperative and constructive approach with airlines, airports, regulators and airframe manufacturers, it is offering innovative chemical formulations. LNT Solutions now operates from Canada, England, Germany and the USA. Production Facilities are located in Aylmer, Ontario and in Germany.
“Our cost effective Gen3 runway de-icers will significantly improve airline costs and safety associated with early brake replacement and cadmium from wire bundle corrosion.  Improving operational safety at airports and airline efficiency is integral for the global runway deicing industry. We achieve this by:
* Reducing Corrosion by 70% *  Reducing Electrical Conductivity by 75% * Lowering Carbon Footprint by 50 %
* Completely Biodegradable and 60 % less toxic * Ensuring Performance & Increasing Holdover Time
"LNT Solutions is positioned to become the leader in this market”, said Kelvin Williamson, President, LNT Solutions North America Corp. The LNT Group based in Leeds, England.
For more information, contact: Kelvin Williamson       www.LNTsolutions.com and www.lntgroup.co.uk.

imageTenco Machinery (CDN) Ltd., since 1976 until today, engineers, manufactures and distributes snow and ice removal equipment from its two (2) manufacturing facilities located in St-Valerien de Milton, Quebec. Tenco’s workforce, from computer assisted drawing to parts handling, is highly qualified and specialized.
Tenco is the leader in snow plough manufacturing. Its capacity to innovate, its experience and technological expertise, distinguish Tenco among the favourites to extend its knowledge worldwide.
Tenco has a complete line of airport related snow and ice removal equipment including SMI self-propelled snowblowers, Tenco, Vohl, and Contant ribbon type loader mount snowblowers, SMI and Vohl tow-behind runway sweepers, Tenco reversible snow ploughs, one way snow ploughs, side wing systems, under body scraper, sand/salt spreaders and prewet systems.
Tenco is the exclusive distributor for North and South America of Bucher-Guyer AG, manufacturer of Rolba snowblower and Schörling sweeper equipment related to airport ground equipment.
For more information, contact: Michel Metras        www.tenco.ca
 

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Sincerely,
Michelle M. Cretzman
Member Services
International Association of Airport Executives Canada
Ph: 905-297-2236
Email: michelle@iaaecanada.org
www.iaaecanada.org

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