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ATAC Spring Event 2016

AVIATION DAY ON THE HILL
 
MAY 17
Aviation Day on the Hill - Parliament Hill
08:00 - 14:00 - ATAC Member Carriers who confirmed their participation by the deadline date of April 8th are most welcome to join us on this special day of meetings with MPs.

COMMITTEE MEETINGS AND  
ANNUAL SPRING RECEPTION
Ottawa Marriot Hotel - 100 Kent Street

MAY 17
ATAC Committee Meetings (Committee Members Only)
09:00 - 17:00 - Dangerous Goods Committee
13:00 - 17:00 - Flight Training Committee 

Annual Spring Reception (Open to all ATAC Members and Invited Guests) 
17:00 - 19:00 - The theme is: "Celebrating Innovation in Canadian Aviation" 

 

MAY 18
ATAC Committee Meetings (Committee Members Only) 
08:00 - 13:00 - Board of Directors' Meeting 
13:30 - 17:00 - Joint Flight Ops/Tech Ops Committee Session with TCCA


REGISTRATION
Visit our registration site to register for the reception and/or committee meetings.
There are no registration fees for these events.

ACCOMMODATION
Ottawa Marriott Hotel, 100 Kent Street
You can book your room by calling 1-800-853-8463.

ATAC group rate no longer available. Hotel is almost sold-out.

Suggested Overflow: Alt Hotel Ottawa, 185 Slater Street,
1-844-258-6882, http://www.althotels.com/en/ottawa/ 

The Paul Mulrooney Memorial Award of Excellence

ATAC is pleased to announce that nominations are open for the 5th Paul Mulrooney Memorial Award of Excellence. This award, named in honour of past Director Paul Mulrooney of Air Georgian who passed away in 2009, will be given to an employee of a Member company (Operator) who has demonstrated excellence in a progressive and continued advancement to and within management positions. For application criteria please visit the Awards page on the ATAC website. Deadline date is May 13, 2016.

Wings and Helicopters Host Sold-Out Careers in Aviation Expo

A sold-out crowd of 230 air cadets, high school and college students, aviation professionals seeking career changes and much more, were treated to a variety of thought-provoking career-oriented panels covering various segments of the industry such as fixed- and rotary-wing pilots, AMEs and aerospace engineers, opportunities in business aviation, deciphering aviation weather at Environment Canada and much more.

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A sold-out crowd of 230 air cadets, high school and college students, aviation professionals seeking career changes and much more, were treated to a variety of thought-provoking career-oriented panels covering various segments of the industry such as fixed- and rotary-wing pilots, AMEs and aerospace engineers, opportunities in business aviation, deciphering aviation weather at Environment Canada and much more. - See more at: https://www.wingsmagazine.com/news/cia-expo-toronto-rocks-porter-13437#sthash.6aRAVCtW.dpuf
A sold-out crowd of 230 air cadets, high school and college students, aviation professionals seeking career changes and much more, were treated to a variety of thought-provoking career-oriented panels covering various segments of the industry such as fixed- and rotary-wing pilots, AMEs and aerospace engineers, opportunities in business aviation, deciphering aviation weather at Environment Canada and much more. - See more at: https://www.wingsmagazine.com/news/cia-expo-toronto-rocks-porter-13437#sthash.6aRAVCtW.dpuf
A sold-out crowd of 230 air cadets, high school and college students, aviation professionals seeking career changes and much more, were treated to a variety of thought-provoking career-oriented panels covering various segments of the industry such as fixed- and rotary-wing pilots, AMEs and aerospace engineers, opportunities in business aviation, deciphering aviation weather at Environment Canada and much more. - See more at: https://www.wingsmagazine.com/news/cia-expo-toronto-rocks-porter-13437#sthash.6aRAVCtW.dpuf
A sold-out crowd of 230 air cadets, high school and college students, aviation professionals seeking career changes and much more, were treated to a variety of thought-provoking career-oriented panels covering various segments of the industry such as fixed- and rotary-wing pilots, AMEs and aerospace engineers, opportunities in business aviation, deciphering aviation weather at Environment Canada and much more. - See more at: https://www.wingsmagazine.com/news/cia-expo-toronto-rocks-porter-13437#sthash.6aRAVCtW.dpuf
A sold-out crowd of 230 air cadets, high school and college students, aviation professionals seeking career changes and much more, were treated to a variety of thought-provoking career-oriented panels covering various segments of the industry such as fixed- and rotary-wing pilots, AMEs and aerospace engineers, opportunities in business aviation, deciphering aviation weather at Environment Canada and much more. - See more at: https://www.wingsmagazine.com/news/cia-expo-toronto-rocks-porter-13437#sthash.6aRAVCtW.dpuf

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