July 6, 2019 – International pilot licensing reviewed in Montreal after 737 MAX crashes

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World’s regulators to review pilot licensing in Montreal after 737 MAX crashes

 

DECISIONS

  • Fraud – Sunwing Airlines Inc. v Mora et al. – 2019 ONSC 3917
    Sunwing applied for continuation of injunction restraining defendant from disposing of property – defendant former senior employee in charge of Latin American operations – employee accused of fraud and theft totalling $535 180.00 – overpayment scheme – Sunwing requests security against property pending result of trial – security granted

 

CIRB DECISIONS

  • Certification amendment – Regina Airport Authority –  Order No. 11419-U
    PSAC and employer make joint application for amendment of bargaining unit description – amendment granted – bargaining unit description now reads:
    all employees of the Regina Airport Authority Inc., excluding the President and CEO, the Vice-President Operations and Safety, the Vice-President Commercial Projects and Planning, the Chief Financial Officer, the Director Human Resources and Environment, the Director Security and Technology, the Director Commercial Development Projects and Planning, the Director Marketing and Communications, the Director Airside Operations and Safety, the Manager Projects Planning and Development, the Manager Finance and Controller, the Manager Terminal Operations and Facilities, the Fire Chief, and the Executive Assistant and Corporate Secretary.
  • Sale of business – Delta Air Lines – Order No. 11420-U
    United Steelworkers apply for declaration of sale of business – former employer, Northwest Airlines, bought by Delta Air Lines – Delta does not oppose application – sale of business made out – bargaining unit certification continues with new employer – certificate reads:
    all employees of Delta Air Lines, lnc. engaged in customer service functions at airports in Canada, excluding Operations Service Managers and those above the rank of OSM and secretarial assistants to the Station Managers.

 

CTA DECISIONS

  • Application – Acadian Seaplanes LLC c-o-b as Acadian Air of Rangeley, Maine, USA – Determination No. A-2019-123
    Pursuant to subsection 73(2) of the Canada Transportation Act
  • Application – Air Canada also c-o-b as Air Canada rouge and as Air Canada Cargo – Determination No. A-2019-121
    Pursuant to subsection 78(2) of the Canada Transportation Act
  • Suspension – Degol Aviation, Inc. – Determination No. A-2019-122
    Licence No. 967369
  • Suspension – Gemini Air Group, Inc. –  Order No. 2019-A-119
    Licence No. 140029

 

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