The dramatic demand to train a new generation of pilots is boosting Montreal-based flight-simulator manufacturer CAE’s bottom line and setting the company for sustained growth, executives said Aug. 14 while unveiling the latest quarterly results and forecast for its 2019 financial year started April 1. “As testimony to our momentum, in recent months we’ve signed a series of important long-term airline training partnerships, which taken together, speak to CAE’s ...

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