ATAC Congratulates Jean Laroche, Recently Received Fellow by the Royal Aeronautical Society

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The director of the research and development of the aviation training center (CQFA), Jean Laroche, was honored by the Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS). The London Society awarded him the rank of Fellow for his outstanding contribution to the advancement of aeronautics, particularly in the field of education.

Jean LaRoche learned some time ago that his candidacy had been submitted and accepted by the RAeS. The society founded in 1866 and sponsored by the Queen of England brings together aviation experts from around the world whose research and work advance the field of aviation and aerospace.

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December 14th, 2015 FAA NOTAM Amended

Airlines were at no point in time affected by the December 14 FAA NOTAM. However, Commercial General Aviation (i.e. Flight schools) was impacted. The revised FAA NOTAM issued January 16, 2016 restores the exemption to Commercial General Aviation provided they meet the requirements in Part 6 – Special Security of the NOTAM pertaining to the continuous transmission of an ATC assigned transporter code.


ATAC Member Harbour Air Wins Canada Traveler Experience of the Year

Congratulations to Harbour Air Seaplanes who has been voted as the top tourism experience in  Canada by the Tourism Industry Association of Canada (TIAC). 

The VISA Canada Traveller Expereince of the Year award was awarded to Harbour Air at the TIAC annual dinner in Ottawa. The award recognizes companies that have gone above and beyond, offering travelers superior tourism experiences in Canada. 

Harbour Air has been in business for over 33 years and transports over 400,000 passengers throughout the coastal British Columbia every year.

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