Your Career at Pratt & Whitney Canada

| June 4, 2015

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Founded in 1928, Pratt & Whitney Canada is one of the world’s leaders in the design, manufacture and service of aircraft engines powering business, general aviation and regional aircraft, and helicopters. Every second, a Pratt & Whitney Canada powered aircraft takes off or lands somewhere in the world. Our vision is to provide innovative power solutions that spark the imagination and move the world.

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Canadian North’s mission is to be the premier air carrier serving Northern Canada. Our inflight experience is one of service and comfort, speaking to our patrons in English, French and Inuktitut, we want our customers to feel at home. We take great pride in the role we also play in the communities of the North, working to make it a vibrant place to work, live and grow.

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Why The Airbus A220 Is The Plane Of The Future

Article | February 11, 2020

The Airbus A220 isn’t really a new aircraft. Bombardier first flew the CSeries in September 2013, with its entry into service in July 2016. And yet, the A220 seems to be answering problems that we’re not quite having yet. Airbus predicts a need for 7,000 A220s over the next two decades, and that’s probably not too overoptimistic. Here’s how the A220 is the plane of the future, today. The landscape of aviation is changing. In the past, airlines operated on hub and spoke models, passengers were happy to fit around schedules and the price of jet fuel was so low that efficiency wasn’t a huge consideration. Clearly, aviation today is very different.

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Could smaller airports benefit from electric aviation?

Article | March 2, 2020

Recent developments in electric aircraft have lent fresh hope that the aviation industry can cut its carbon footprint. Smaller airports could facilitate the accommodation of battery-powered, short-haul flights in the future, but they might have a wait on their hands. Ever since the British engineer Frank Whittle invented the jet engine in 1937, commercial aircraft have been largely powered by fossil fuels.

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Inflight Connectivity Continues Making Global Strides

Article | March 3, 2020

With our 2020 predictions series wrapped up, one common theme we saw across different thought leaders was the increasing presence of inflight connectivity (IFC) in the aviation ecosystem. In addition to contributing to the passenger experience, IFC enables a more robust and higher value proposition to airlines for operating the aircraft. In recognition of this important theme, we captured a few industry news stories highlighting IFC’s growing influence in the aviation ecosystem in our latest roundup. Read below for more stories about how IFC is shaping the present and future of the aviation industry: Last month, Inmarsat announced that its GX Aviation solution reached the milestone of powering 1 million free inflight Wi-Fi sessions for Air New Zealand, approximately one year after the airline moved towards a free inflight Wi-Fi model.

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What’s Interesting About 2019’s Busiest International Routes?

Article | February 17, 2020

Have you ever thought about which routes around the world see the most traffic? What would your guesses be? Every year, the organization OAG (Official Airline Guide) puts out a publication detailing the world’s busiest routes. Their 2019 report had some interesting findings. Here’s what it revealed.

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Canadian North

Canadian North’s mission is to be the premier air carrier serving Northern Canada. Our inflight experience is one of service and comfort, speaking to our patrons in English, French and Inuktitut, we want our customers to feel at home. We take great pride in the role we also play in the communities of the North, working to make it a vibrant place to work, live and grow.

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