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IAAE Canada e-Report
Volume 15 No.1  Dec 31, 2014

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Greetings,

The 9th Annual Facility, Operations & Airport Managers Conference (F.O.A.M.)

Registration, Sponsoring and Exhibiting are now available!

Join your Canadian Aviation Industry peers in Vancouver on May 31-June 3, 2015. We're coordinating three days of informative workshops and timely discussions on the industry issues that matter most to you. Click here for more information.

Our exciting Agenda is packed with the topics most important to you and will be available soon.

Click here for information on joining the Golf Outing to kick off the conference.


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The Lighter Side of Aviation
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Youth is when you're allowed to stay up late on New Year's Eve. Middle age is when you're forced to.
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On New Year's Eve, I stood up in the local pub and said that it was time to get ready. At the stroke of midnight, I wanted every one standing next to the one person who made their life worth living.
As the clock struck - the bartender was almost crushed to death.
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A New Year's resolution is something that goes in one year and out the other
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This New Year’s I resolve to be less awesome since that is really the only thing I do in excess.

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image Upcoming Conferences 

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Manitoba Aviation Symposium 2015

Winnipeg, MB

March 4-5, 2015

CAC Airports Canada Conference & Exhibition

Vancouver, BC

March 25 - 27, 2015

Save The Date!
The 9th Annual Facility, Operations & Airport Managers Conference (FOAM)
Registration, Sponsoring and Exhibiting now available!

Vancouver, BC

May 31-June 3, 2015

ACI-NA’s JumpStart® Air Service Development Conference

Seattle, WA

June 1–3, 2015

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Our In-class Courses are now complete for 2014, please take look at our Training Plan for 2015 and let us know how we can accomodate any of our listed courses at your airport. Don't forget to take a look at our Online Training Courses to help keep you current.
   


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imageEmployment Opportunities                     image                                        

Only IAAE Canada Members can see full job postings by signing in to The Forum.

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Location

Deadline

Dec 31

Executive Director - IAAE Canada

Hamilton, Ontario

Open

Dec 31

Administrative Coordinator - Marketing & Communications

British Columbia

Jan 14

Dec 31

Base Director

Alberta

Jan 24

Dec 31

Associate Director, Government Agency Programs

Ontario

Open

Dec 22

Aerodrome Supervisors

Alberta

Jan 22

Dec 19

Manager, Customer Care Programs

British Columbia

Open

Dec 19

Resource Coordinator

Ontario

Open

Dec 17

Vendor Management Advisor

Ontario

Open

Dec 15

Manager, TSRs & PSRs

Ontario

Open

Dec 15

Advisor, Health & Safety and Labour Relations

Quebec

Jan 11

Dec 10

Manager, Infrastructure

Newfoundland

Jan 23

Dec 5

Corporate Recruiter

Ontario

Open

Dec 2

Manager of Airport Operations

Ontario

Open

Dec 1

Manager, Corporate Communications

Ontario

Open

Nov 20

Airport Duty Manager

Ontario

Open

Nov 10

Service Delivery Manager, IT

Ontario

Open

Nov 7

Human Resources Advisor

British Columbia

Open

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IAAE Canada

imageAssociation Update  

The following new Airport Member joined us in December:

Don Goulard, Airport Manager, Trail Regional Airport

The following Corporate Members renewed their committment this month:

imageWorld leading supplier of airport parking on-line pre-booking systems is the Canadian Airport’s system provider of choice. With a growing number of the Canadian Airports now live our clients are protecting and growing their non-aviation revenues such as parking, airport lounges or fast track security – on the web, mobile, within an App or by telephone. The Chauntry web booking process makes the customer’s journey as smooth and simple as possible. It reassures the customer and encourages him to make a booking and to return and book again on a future occasion. The booking process integrates seamlessly into look and feel of the client web-site. Its ease of use means customers can complete their transaction speedily and the customer self-management facility (manage my booking) adds confidence. It enables changes to be made to the booking at a later stage if required. Supporting yield-management, distributed pricing and ledger-based accounting, our web-based applications are easy to use and easy to manage. We work in partnership with the leading suppliers of car park barrier equipment, payment processing, handheld terminals and POS systems, and we invest in research and development, to ensure that clients are always getting the most from whatever equipment is chosen. We’re proud of our clients, and what we help them to achieve. In the last 12 months, over €500m was handled through our customers’ Chauntry systems. We’d love you to talk to Vancouver Airport, Edmonton Airport, Montreal Airport or others world-wide such as Melbourne or Amsterdam Schiphol Airports – we’re confident you’ll hear something good, and we’re confident that we can help your revenues grow.
Edmonton Airports launched the Chauntry reservation system in August of 2010.  Chauntry was launched with the opening of a new parking product – jetSet parking.  Since inception, growth of Chauntry reservations has been 960% and jetSet Parking has surpassed its annual revenue goal by 125% and has established itself as a leader in the airport parking market.  With the success of Chauntry at jetSet, Edmonton launched Chauntry with four other parking products in March 2012.  Growth patterns are similar and, thanks to the Chauntry solution, our parking revenues have increased at a rate of 3 – 4 times our passenger growth.  This has contributed to make Edmonton Airports parking operations the most profitable airport per passenger in Canada.  A significant component of our success is directly attributable to the Chauntry reservation system.
For more information contact:  John London - Business Development Manager  www.chauntry.com

imageYou may already be familiar with Dufferin Construction Company as one of the constructors of the Highway 407 or may have seen us along Highway 401 over the years.
Founded in 1912, Dufferin Construction is part of the St. Lawrence Cement Group, the largest cement producer in eastern Canada. Dufferin is a leader in its own right - Canada's biggest concrete paving company and one of Canada's largest heavy civil engineering contractors. That kind of size means strength. The strength to offer a full range of diversified services to complement Dufferin's heavy construction capabilities including strong financial backing and significant purchasing power leverage in materials availability and pricing. Whether it's a new product or service, a more efficient way to solve a problem, or an innovative approach to a customer need, Dufferin Construction offers the strength, scope and commitment to deliver on time and on budget.
For more information, contact: Eddy Marin, District Manager   www.dufferinconstruction.com

imageEmergency Preparedness Consultants Inc. (EPC Inc.) is a Greater Toronto Area (GTA) based firm that offers specialized consulting services in security and emergency management. With a team of highly skilled and experienced professionals, we assist in the development, management and improvement of security, and emergency management programs.
EPC Inc. combines a strong understanding of cultural issues, organizational dynamics and security and emergency management needs with expertise in security and emergency management policies, protocols and regulations. We work with our clients to establish balanced and cost-effective security and emergency management solutions that safeguard personnel, property, information and assets—and ensure continued delivery of critical services.
Drawing on our own specialists, as well as a well-established and extensive network of security and emergency management professionals, EPC Inc. focuses on four main areas: Hazard Identification and Risk Assessments (hazard and threat determination, assessment of risk, formulation and implementation of risk management strategies); Security Reviews (the review, audit and assessment of security program governance structures, program components and management frameworks); Crisis, Emergency Management and Business Continuity Planning (the establishment of governance structures, impact and vulnerability assessments, team and plan development); and Physical Security and Emergency Management Training (provision of progressive tools to maintain and advance strategies).
With a proven track record for excellence, EPC Inc. provides leading-edge best practices to a diverse clientele that includes: provincial government departments and agencies and private sector clients such as property management companies, architectural and engineering firms. Emergency Preparedness Consultants Inc. is also a Vendor of Record for the Ontario Government for the provision of security consulting services and a Vendor of Record for the Territory of Nunavut for the provision of emergency management services.
For more information contact: Michael Hand, President       www.epc2005.ca

imageAirport Support equipment could benefit from a maintenance product that works to reduce electrical failures, reduces corrosion of equipment and lubricates all moving parts from hinges to brake cables, from conveyors to complex equipment and even the docking assembly for aircraft. Additional equipment like  self-propelled snow blowers, high-speed runway sweepers, plow trucks, vans, cargo movers, automatic door devices all will benefit from using Krown products both by reduced maintenance costs and by a longer lifecycle.  Inside the airport, anti-wear lubricating products are valuable for moving sidewalk escalators and bay door service entrances among other things.  Krown products not only are superior to other similar products but are also environmentally-friendly. With 40 KV di-electric strength Krown products can also be used to maintain moving parts and reduce corrosion on electrical switches and relays as well. Krown produces a line of corrosion resistant products that reduce incidents of corrosion on vehicles, wear on moving sidewalks and lubrication on moving parts. Krown wants to be part of your airport maintenance support staff. Let us show you how we can help reduce costs, improve reliability of your equipment and save valuable time on electrical failures and seized equipment.
For more information, contact: Freeman Young, President     www.krown.com

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The founding corporation of MMM Group Limited was established in 1952 and incorporated in 1957 as Marshall Macklin Monaghan Limited. Renamed MMM Group in 2007, the firm’s head office is in Thornhill, Ontario. A truly Canadian company, MMM Group has offices in Nova Scotia, Ontario, Quebéc, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia. In addition, through its subsidiaries and affiliates, MMM has approximately 40 offices in the USA, U.K., Australia, New Zealand and the Caribbean.  Together these offices provide responsive and innovative consulting engineering, planning, project management, environmental management, landscape design, surveying and commissioning services to private sector owners, architects, contractors, investors and government clients across Canada and internationally.
MMM is an acknowledged leader in airport development, having undertaken hundreds of airport projects at more than 200 locations in the last three decades.  Currently, MMM is retained on, or has recently completed, airport projects whose combined capital investment exceeds $6 billion. These include Program/Project Management of numerous assignments within Toronto’s $4.4 billion Airport Development Program; Prime Consultant for the new $650 million Quito Ecuador International Airport; Program Management of Ottawa’s $310 million Macdonald-Cartier International Airport Expansion; activation services for Winnipeg International Airport; Project Management for the $650 million Canadian Air Transport Security Authority’s Explosive Detection System Deployment Program; and Project Management for the $1.8 billion Edmonton International Airport Expansion Project. MMM helped to pioneer private airport development in North America in 1985 through its key role in structuring and delivering the Pearson Terminal 3 project. Internationally, MMM is recognized as one of the world’s leaders in Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) airport development, a fact attested to by assignments the firm has been awarded and successfully completed on four continents. These include the $200 million Mandalay International Airport in Myanmar - a complete greenfield project; Budapest’s $150 million Ferihegy International Airport Terminal 2 expansion and redevelopment; plus other projects in the U.S., Caribbean, Central and Eastern Europe, Asia and Southeast Asia. MMM’s success on these projects and the firm’s growing reputation for excellence in airport design in Canada and abroad has allowed it to recruit the best and brightest airport development engineers, project managers and technical staff from industry and government. This group of dedicated staff are supported by more than 200 additional building and civil engineering specialists within the firm, whose total staff complement is more than 1,000.
For more information, contact: Carmine Bello, Manager - Airports             www.mmm.ca

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SNC-Lavalin Inc’s (SLI) Airports Group connects people, communities and markets across the globe. We develop partnerships and relationships to build world-class airport solutions which fit the operating environment. Our clients range from: airports to airlines; city to federal governments; private developers to international NGO’s: and everyone in between. Our understanding of the airport business is based on our global experience and the subject matter expertise we can deploy which produces results that are market-driven and sustainable. SLI’s approach is focused on our clients: we build long-term relationships, getting involved at the earliest stages of concept development and working side by side with our clients through all phases of a project’s evolution.  Our range of services includes: Strategic Business, Forecasting and Master Planning; Infrastructure Design; Engineering; Systems Integration and Program Management; AVSEC; Operations, Management and Commercial Planning. Long Term Airport Planning:  From off-airport facilities, through rapid airport access, to the aircraft gate, our 360O Aviation + Airport Solutions© delivers services and expertise to assist investors, developers and operators in making the right long term business and infrastructure decisions. Services include: Strategic Planning; Feasibility Studies; Airport and Systems Master Planning; Business Planning; Terminal Facilities, Airfield, Land Use, and Utilities Planning; Traffic Forecasting and Economics; Capacity Analysis; Civil Aviation Policy and Governance; Benchmarking; Privatization/PPP Support; and Sustainability Development Strategies. Integrated Airport Infrastructure Development:  We bring a unique approach to infrastructure development. Our integrated approach and process-driven infrastructure design and engineering focuses on achieving thoughtful and efficient construction with reduced life cycle cost. Services in this area include: Engineering and Design; Construction Management; Project Management; Value Engineering; Independent Engineer; Lender’s Technical Advisor; Baggage Handling System Design; Airport ITC and Airport Automation Solutions. Management, Operations + Development: Our 360O Solutions© approach delivers services and expertise through our one value chain from project initiation to delivery and operation. We are airport owners, investors and operators who understand the customer’s perspective. Services include Organization Reviews; Airport Marketing Programs; Commercial Planning & Program Development; Passenger and Cargo Route Development; Airfield Pavement Review and Management; Noise Contour Studies; Safety Management Systems Development and Audit; › AVSEC Planning and Implementation; and Operational Readiness and Transfer (ORAT).
For more information, contact: Ian Matherson, Senior Vice President   www.snclavalin.com

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Tenco Machinery (CDN) Ltd., since 1976 until today, engineers, manufactures and distributes snow and ice removalequipment 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: JP Bourque, SMI Sales Manager             www.tenco.ca

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IAAE Canada Monthly Prize Pack Giveaway!

Our Congratulations to Gerald Rempel, Airport Manager, West Kootenay Regional Airport (Castelgar) on winning December's Prize Pack. We'll be mailing your prize pack this week. Enjoy!

 

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

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