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Europe 1992 & the Ontario aerospace industry

Europe 1992 & the Ontario aerospace industry

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Published by Ontario Ministry of Industry, Trade and Technology in [Toronto] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Europe 1992,
  • Aerospace industries -- Ontario.,
  • Aerospace industries -- European Economic Community countries.,
  • Ontario -- Commerce -- European Economic Community countries.,
  • European Economic Community countries -- Commerce -- Ontario.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesEurope 1992 and the Ontario aerospace industry.
    Statementa report prepared for the Ontario Ministry of Industry, Trade and Technology.
    ContributionsErnst & Young., Ontario. Ministry of Industry, Trade and Technology.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination58 p. :
    Number of Pages58
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19014929M

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    14 of the top 25 aerospace companies in the world have operations in Ontario including: Honeywell, Bombardier, Pratt & Whitney Canada, EADS, L-3, Safran, UTC Aerospace Systems, Magellan and Thales. Ontario-made aerospace parts are used on virtually every passenger aircraft in the world. AIAC – Impact of the Canadian Aerospace Industry 4 3 Global aerospace industry The global aerospace industry includes both the civil and military sectors, and is estimated to have generated total sales of approximately US$ billion in , including all components of the value approximately 40% of revenue and Europe controlling.

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In Bombardier acquired Learjet Corporation a jet manufacturing company from U. S[Enc16]. In Bombardier relocates its transportation. The Ontario Aerospace Council is a non-profit corporation that represents all segments of the industry.

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The Current State of Ontario’s Aerospace Industry. Reports of Ontario’s aerospace industry declining have been greatly exaggerated. In reality, Ontario is still regarded as an aerospace leader and currently generates over $6 billion dollars in sales each year.

Ontario companies specialize in multiple areas including avionics, landing gear. Most aerospace companies are located in Quebec, Ontario, British Columbia, Alberta and Nova Scotia to name a few.

Most of these companies have many jobs been available in different sectors due to a large growth in aerospace industry in general. Aerospace Companies in Quebec, Canada Bombardier Inc.

According to our new research report, “Canadian Aerospace Industry Future Outlook”, Canada with its CAD Billion aerospace industry ranked 5th globally in The economic slowdown has had a negative impact on the industry’s growth in with aircraft and parts orders cancellation from the US and the EU markets.

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