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IAAE Canada e-Report Volume 13 No. 26 June 24, 2013

International Association of Airport Executives Canada
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Greetings,

Join Warren Thompson, A.A.E. of Stantec Consulting Ltd. on Nov 5 - 7, 2013 in Edmonton and learn how to better develop your airport's marketing plans at the Airport Marketing & Commercial Development Workshop (AMW)

Airports in Canada and worldwide have gone through significant changes in the past 15 years. This workshop will cover the evolving role of airport commercialization and the elements associated with an airport marketing program. The many marketing challenges and current issues will be explored through training, group discussions and networking, with reference to industry best practices in the supplementary materials.

Don't miss out, seating is limited!

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The Lighter Side of Aviation
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Tower: Hawk 20, is this the same aircraft declaring emergency about two hours ago ?
Pilot: Negative, Sir. It’s only the same pilot.

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Upcoming Conferences

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AAAE Northeast Chapter  13th Annual Large Hub Winter Operations and Deicing Conference

Denver, CO

July 21-23, 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

CANEW 2013-Campbell River, BC

Campbell River, BC

Sept 23- 27, 2013

AAAE -  NW Chapter

Victoria, BC

Sept 30-Oct 2, 2013

BC Aviation Council Silver Wings Awards

Richmond, BC

Oct 30, 2013

AMCO’s 28th Annual Convention & 16th Annual Trade Show

Peterbourough, ON

Oct 6-8, 2013

2013 SAC Conference & Tradeshow

Regina, SK

Oct 23-25, 2013

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

Halifax, NS

June 1-4, 2014

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View All Training CoursesUpcoming Training Courses

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Air Service Development (ASD)

Montreal, QC

Sept 5-6, 2013

Accreditation Academy (ACA)

Winnipeg, MB

Sept 23-27, 2013

Air Navigation System (ANS)

Toronto, ON

Oct 2-3, 2013

Airport Wildlife Control (AWC)

Winnipeg, MB

Nov 1, 2013

Airport Marketying & Commercial Development Workshop (AMW)

Edmonton, AB

Nov 5-7, 2013

Leadership/Management Workshop

Winnipeg, MB

March 27-28, 2014

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

June 24

Heavy Duty Technician (Mechanic)

Saskatchewan

July 8

June 24

Electrician

Saskatchewan

July 8

June 21

Maintenance Planner and Scheduler

Ontario

Open

June 19

Lease and Contracts Officer

Saskatchewan

July 3

June 18

Heavy Duty Mechanic

Alberta

June 28

June 17

Marketing & Communications Specialist

Alberta

July 12

June 14

Manager Operations – Below Wing Operations

Ontario

Open

June 11

Project & Airport Development Officer

Saskatchewan

June 28

June 7

Corporate Financial Analyst - Finance Department

British Columbia

Open

June 7

Senior Designer/Developer/Facilitator, Corporate Learning

Ontario

Open

June 6

Airport Manager

Ontario

July 12

May 23

Customer Service Specialist

Ontario

Open

May 10

Manager, Technical Services

British Columbia

Open

May 10

Manager, Information Security

Ontario

Open

May 7

Manager, Operations, Terminals

Ontario

Open

May 2

Officer, Aviation Safety and Security Programs

Ontario

Open

May 1

Manager Construction Compliance & Permits

Ontario

Open

Apr 5

Fire Safety Engineer

British Columbia

Open

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IAAE Canada

Association Update

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

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ATS Services Ltd was established in the Northwest Territories in 1998 with the goal of providing quality management, operation and training of aviation communications and weather services for private operators, airport authorities, development corporations and government agencies. In 2007 a sister company, ATS Technology Systems Inc., was formed with focus on meteorological and environmental instrumentation.
With operations from Vancouver International to St. John's International, Sachs Harbour, NWT to Nanisivik NU and head office on Ottawa.  ATS is truly a coast-to-coast-to-coast operation.
ATS is well positioned to be your provider of choice with experience and expertise in a full range of services encompassing the following areas: •Management and Operations  •Provision of aviation communications and weather observing operations  •Contract air traffic service operations  •Aircraft and vehicle tracking service  •Training in aviation communications and meteorology  •Weather forecasting and climatology  •Provision of meteorological and environmental instrumentation  •Personnel Placement and Resources Consulting
ATS prides itself on responding quickly and positively to our customers needs.  Our philosophy is to remain flexible and forward thinking while engaging our customers in the solution to their needs.
For more information, contact: Cameron Mason, CEO    www.atstechnology.ca

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Falcon Environmental Services employs more than 40 full-time wildlife control officers and biologists throughout Canada and the United States and its clientele includes Canadian and US military bases, landfill sites, major international airports as well as large industries. Wildlife management and control consists of creating and implementation of wildlife control programs, control strategies, meeting SMS and ISO14001 audit requirements and targets, environmental impact studies development of scientific protocols, plans and specifications.
For more information, contact: Rob Shevalier, Vice President    www.falcon.bz

 imageSafegate Airport Systems, Inc. is a subsidiary of the Safegate Group. Founded in 1973 in Malmö, Sweden, the Safegate Group has 16 offices around the globe and is in operation at more than 1000 airports worldwide offering complete apron management, airfield lighting and A-SMGCS solutions for the most efficient and safe guidance of aircraft from touchdown to gate.
Docking Guidance Systems: Safegate’s apron management solutions are built around the Safedock™ Advanced Visual Docking Guidance System (A-VDGS) and SafeControl – Apron Management System (SAM) that links the gates and integrates with airport and airline information systems. The resulting real-time gate intelligence and shared data helps create a safer, more efficient and environmentally-friendly ramp operation that is predictable, repeatable and scalable for the future. Safegate is the leading provider of fully-automated, laser-based A-VDGS that can accurately guide pilots to the correct stop position in all weather conditions. Aircraft can dock even when the ramp is closed and ramp personnel cannot be present.  Safedock provides guidance to pilots in both seats and can accommodate multiple centerlines with one system.  More than 5,000 Safedock A-VDGS systems are operational at airports around the world, including Toronto Pearson International Airport, Calgary International Airport and Vancouver International Airport.
Safegate’s SafeControl – Apron Management System links all gates via a local or wide area network and integrates with airport and airline information systems, providing centralized control of all gates and real-time gate intelligence to maximize turns.  The SAM provides accurate in and out times, allows the A-VDGS to double as a ramp information display system (RIDS) and can interface with ground support equipment and other existing airport systems such as BMS/FIDS/AFLCS/SMR.
Airfield Lighting: ASP-SafeControl is an addressable airfield lighting system that provides individual light control, system monitoring capabilities and real-time information to the tower.  ASP-SafeControl reduces the time and cost associated with light installation and maintenance, is compatible with other airfield lighting systems, works with existing infrastructure and does not require additional control cable for installation.  Safegate airfield lighting solutions are in use today at airports in:  Halifax NS, St John’s NFL, Trenton ON, Victoria BC, Waterloo-Kitchener ON and Winnipeg MB. Safegate’s SafeLED airfield lighting fixtures are the only LED airfield lights that offer an integrated fail-open signal, similar to halogen fixtures, for monitoring lamp failure.  The SafeLED IQ intelligent lamp fitting provides significant power savings and cost efficiencies by allowing monitoring and control of the LED lighting system.  Controlling light intensity at the light rather than the CCR can save up to 85% in cabling costs and power consumption. For more information, contact: Taha S. Zahir, Project Manager      www.safegate.com

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‘What more could you want... than a warm greeting when you arrive.’

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AAAE Northeast Chapter  13th Annual Large Hub Winter Operations and Deicing Conference

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Sincerely,
Michelle M. Cretzman
Member Services
International Association of Airport Executives Canada
Ph: 905-297-2236
Email: iaaecanada%23org|michelle
www.iaaecanada.org

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