August 28, nº24

October 19-20

Mission de recrutement à Toulouse

(Date limite d'inscription: 30 août)

Air Canada announces year-round, direct Montréal-Toulouse link
An initiative that will bring two of the world’s best performing supply chains closer together

With the recent arrival of Airbus in Québec, and the constant evolution of our companies’ relations with those in the Toulouse area, this new route will facilitate exchanges between our two regions.

The globalization of aerospace connections is prompting our companies to work increasingly with partners located abroad. Toulouse and Montréal are two of the largest aerospace capitals in the world. We are therefore pleased that our entrepreneurs can now travel more easily between these two strategic regions.

Click here to see the press release issued by Air Canada this morning.


Suzanne M. Benoît

Record participation in the 2019 edition of Aéro Montréal’s Golf Classic and Cycling Activity

More than 300 golfers and cyclists participated in the event and more than 400 guests attended the evening networking cocktail. Thank you all for this remarkable turnout! (Pictures of the foursomes will be available on our website in the next few days.)

Béatrice Perier Agostini rejoins Aéro Montréal’s team as Director, Next generation & workforce

Béatrice will lead Aéro Montréal’s strategic pillar, Next generation & workforce, which is focusing its actions on attracting, mobilizing and developing the workforce.

Béatrice will be in charge of managing the AeroPortal as well as programs and initiatives related to her new functions.

Don’t hesitate to contact her at: / 514 987-9392.

Welcome Béatrice!

Defence & Security

The Government of Canada, with support from the Canadian Association of Defence and Security Industries (CADSI) and the Aerospace Industries Association of Canada (AIAC), held online presentations on the Future Fighter Capability Project (FFCP), including the economic benefits approach. Click here to download the presentations.

IAMAW sounds the alarm about severe labour shortage facing Canada’s aerospace industry

“It’s estimated that Canadian aerospace companies will need 55,000 new workers by 2025.”

Read the press release

Are you looking for aerospace workers?

It may be time to expand your recruitment pool and hire international talent to help you achieve your growth goals.

Don’t miss the recruitment mission to Toulouse on October 19th and 20th!

Deadline for registration: August 30, 2019


Top Aces Hits Record-Breaking 80,000 Hours of Air Combat Training

Historic milestone comes as company eyes global expansion.


Une entreprise d’ici forme des pilotes comme dans «Top Gun»

TVA Nouvelles

Le film «Top Gun» a marqué les amateurs de cinéma et la réalité rejoint la fiction chez Top Aces, une entreprise québécoise qui entraîne et teste des pilotes comme dans le long-métrage années 80.



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