22 septembre 2022 | Local, Aérospatial

De Havilland to build large manufacturing campus near Calgary to meet future production needs - Skies Mag

The campus, to be called De Havilland Field, will feature an aircraft assembly facility, parts manufacturing and distribution centers, a maintenance repair and overhaul center, a runway, educational space to train a future workforce, and much more.

https://skiesmag.com/news/de-havilland-to-build-large-manufacturing-campus-near-calgary-to-meet-future-production-needs%ef%bf%bc/

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