MONTREAL - CAE Inc. is making the largest cut to its workforce in nearly three years by trimming 300 jobs as the flight simulator and training company adjusts to the impact of military budget cuts in Europe.
Reaction to flight simulation and training company CAE Inc.'s recent $314-million acquisition of Oxford Aviation Academy has been mixed, with analysts weighing the benefits of potential growth against the negatives of short-term financial pressure and ...
Montreal, Canada, May 15, 2012 -- CAE (NYSE: CAE; TSX: CAE) today announced that it is now delivering training for aircraft maintenance technicians at a new location in Sherwood, Arkansas, United States.
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MONTREAL -- CAE Inc. is making the largest cut to its workforce in nearly three years by trimming 300 jobs as the flight simulator and training company adjusts to the impact of military budget cuts in Europe.
James Cherry: President and CEO of A�roports de Montr�al, former executive with Bombardier, Oerlikon Aerospace Inc., CAE Inc. and ALSTOM Canada Inc. Baljit Singh Chadha: Director of the Canada-India Business Council, Pesident and founder of ...
Flight training provider CAE (Stand 468) recently completed the upgrade of its full-flight simulators for Dassault's current models to include smoke-generation capability for use in its initial training curriculum.