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July 25, 2023 | Local, Aerospace

Canada selects SkyAlyne as preferred future aircrew training bidder - Skies Mag

SkyAlyne Canada has been identified as the preferred bidder to prepare future pilots and sensor operators for the Royal Canadian Air Force.

https://skiesmag.com/news/canada-selects-skyalyne-preferred-future-aircrew-training-bidder/

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