Canada’s aviation policy under review – 12 April 2016 – Las Vegas (CAPA).
The conference programme for this event has been substantially updated in recent weeks.
Sessions will include:
- The liberalization of air services agreements;
- Transnational business models;
- Private air law;
- Airports and trans-Pacific connectivity;
- Safety, security, liability, and insurance;
- A holistic look at the future of trans-Pacific aviation.
Welcome to those about to begin BUS 1201-004 (Introduction to Business 1) with me for the Autumn 2014 semester. We start on Thursday, 4 September at 10:00 in 3BC55 (Buhler Building).
The course outline can be found on this site (under Teaching above) as well as Nexus (for those whose registration in the course has been confirmed). If you are on the waitlist, you should attend the first class as I will be discussing your options.
See you soon.
A few recent media appearances:
Flight war jams phone lines at Yukon’s Air North (CBC North) (Audio 1 and Audio 2)
Fly away — but do it here: airport boss seeks to stem flow to U.S. (Winnipeg Free Press)
Air Canada Hopes To Improve Service With 787 (CJOB News, Winnipeg) (Audio)
Radio interview re FAA investigation into near air-collision
Airline ‘a great Dunedin idea, but . . . ‘ (Otago Daily Times, New Zealand)