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Airshow Canada North America's International Aviation & Aerospace August 9-13, 1995 Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada Airshow Canada Post Office Box 6 Abbotsford, B.C. Canada V2S 4N9 (604) 852-4600 Vancouver (604) 857-1630 Fax: (604) 852-3704 Telex: 04-507685 Airshowcan Abb AIRSHOW CANADA '95 - CONFERENCES & SEMINARS Attracted by the success of Airshow Canada, a number of international organizations have arranged seminars and conferences to take place during the 1995 trade show. A large group of representatives from airlines, airports, business aircraft operators, regulatory agencies and the military will be in attendance. The itineraries for all these events include visits to Airshow Canada, thereby providing both and conference participants with excellent international networking opportunities. The conferences and symposia for 1995 include: CBAA Annual Convention: August 7 - 10. Activities include AGM, technical sessions and social events. The tradeshow & static display will be at Airshow Canada in Abbotsford. Contact: CBM Convention '95 at (604) 273-1247 or fax: (604) 279-0315. China Business Opportunities: August 8. A conference for Airshow Canada exhibitors providing an overview of the Chinese aerospace industry followed by business meetings at the tradeshow. Contact: Harvey Rebalkin at (604) 666-1445 or fax: (604) 666-8330. Procurement Outlook Conference: August 11. An explanation of the Canadian Government's procurement program with an outlook on current trends and future major programs. Contact: Terril Scott at (819) 956-0056 or fax: (819) 956-5750. CNS/ATM Conference: August 10 & 11. Organized by SITA, this conference will examine the global impact of new Computerized Navigation Systems/Air Traffic Management (CNS/ATM) technology. Contact: Munro Smith at (514) 982-3609 or fax: (514) 985-3674. Aircraft Economics: August 8 & 9. The British journal, Aircraft Economics, and Canadian Airlines will stage this international conference dealing with the key issues in airline finance and operations. Contact: Beatrice Baatz at 44 171 779 8791, or fax: 44 171 779 8603. Risk Management Seminar: August 10. Transport Canada and the Flight Safety Foundation are hosting this seminar which details the benefits of a proper Aviation Safety Management Program. Contact: Walter Peters, Transport Canada, at (613) 990-1288, fax: (613) 990-1301; or Ed Peery, Flight Safety Foundation, at (703) 522-8300, fax: (703) 525-6047. Airport Environmental Management Seminar: August 8 - 10. Open to all Airports Council International members, this seminar is designed for senior airport staff with responsibility for environmental management. Contact: Lynn Gordon at (604) 276-6773 or fax: (604) 276-6505. Intermodal Transportation Planning Conference: August 10. Explores the future of the intermodal concept, which envisages seamless transfers between air, sea and land modes of transport. Contact: Norman Mowbray at (202) 637-3893, or fax: (703) 416-1542. Senior Airline Management and Senior Airport Management courses: July 24 August 11. Senior executives from 47 countries will be attending these courses offered by the International Aviation Management Training Institute. Contact: Raynald Imbeault at (514) 843-6116, or fax: (514) 843-8666. SICOFAA Conference: a military air Search & Rescue/Disaster Relief conference. Hosted by the Canadian Armed Forces, it will be attended by representatives from all 24 North, Central and South American air forces. Tradeshow visit scheduled for August 10. ComDet '95 Asia Pacific: August 8 - 10. A North America/Asia Pacific defence cooperation conference. Previously held in the Washington, DC, area, Comdef '95 moves to Vancouver with an Asia-Pacific focus. Contact: David Whiteree, at (703) 760-0762, or fax: (703) 760-0764. Composite Repair of Aircraft Structures: August 10 - 11. An advanced seminar on August 8, linked to the 10th International Conference on Composite Materials in Whistler, B.C., August 14 - 18. Contact: Don Raizenne at (613) 993-2794 or fax (613) 952-7136 for information on ICCM-10, call The Secretary, ICCM-10, at (604) 822-3619 or fax (604) 8223665). Aviation Fuel Handling Seminar: August 9. This seminar, hosted by Velcon Filters, will address fuel handling issues from several perspectives, including Fuel Managers' concerns, control of fuel flow & pressure, and quality control. Contact Larry Fleming at (206) 285-6737, or fax: (206) 282-6174 To register for these events, please contact the organizer directly. For free trade day pre-registration at the Airshow Canada, complete and return the attached form by July 7. To receive information on exhibiting, or for answers to other questions you may have, please contact Airshow Canada: PO Box 6, Abbotsford BC, V2S 4N9. Telephone (604) 852-4600, or fax (604) 852-3704.