Canadian Arrow Private Spacecraft visits Ottawa General Aviation Career Day – Press Conference and Show










(PRWEB) September 15, 2004

Please be advised that the press conference will be held at the Ottawa Flying Club on SPETEMBER 24th 2004 at 1:30 p.m. at 20 Lindbergh (613)-523-2142 (Industry officals will be present including viewing and photo ops of the Canadian Arrow.

The Canadian Arrow (Ansari x-prize entrant) the Canadian spacecraft is coming to the Ottawa Flying Club General Aviation Day (September 25, 2004) along with top industry and governing officials. The point of this event is to inform the public that since 9/11, aviation is now finally on an upswing.

The following bodies will be attending this event to inform the general public about what the future holds with respect to aviation career paths, opportunity and aviation in general:

Transport Canada (TC)

Aviation Transport Asscociation of Canada (ATAC)

Canadian Space Agency (CSA)

Nav Canada (NavCan)

Canada Owners and Pilots Association (COPA)

Canadian Aviation Maintenance Council (CAMC)

Air Canada Pilot’s Association (ACPA)

Team Canadian Arrow (TCA)

et al. (etc.)

For further information, contact:

Charles Shefler

Membership Services/Marketing Coor.

Ottawa Flying Club

20 Lindbergh Private

Ottawa, ON K1V 1H7

Tel (613) 523-2142

Fax (613) 523-2187

marketing@ofc.ca

http://www.ofc.ca


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