Aviation Technology Achievement Award - Winners

YEAR     WINNER

2015    L-3 Link Simulation
2014    none
2013    CTT Systems
2011    GE Aviaion GE90
2010    Rockwell Collins & Honeywell Aerospace   
2009    Naverus
2008    Airservices Australia
2007    Aviation Partners Boeing
2006    Embraer
2005    Garmin
2004    none
2003    none
2002    Boeing 777
2001    none
2000    Dassault Systemes
1998    Airbus
1997    Bombardier
1996    none
1995    AlliedSignal
1994    de Havilland of Canada
1993    20 years issue
1992    Sundstrand
1991    CFM International
1990    McDonnell Douglas
1989    Pratt & Whitney Canada
1988    Airbus Industrie
1987    Boeing
1986    General Electric
1985    British Aerospace, Aerospatiale, Rolls-Royce, Snecma
1984    Pratt & Whitney
1983    Boeing
1982    none
1981    none
1980    none
1979    none
1978    none
1977    none
1976    none
1975    none
1974    none

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