November 2006 - Aeronavigatsia’s President, Raymon Kaduck, presents views on circumpolar air policy at the Arctic Aviation Experts Conference in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

October 2006 - Aeronavigatsia’s President, Raymon Kaduck, writes on destination Rome in the January edition of Canadian Traveller.

September 2006 - Aeronavigatsia selected to provide technical assistance for audit of United Nations World Food Programme.

August 2006 - Aeronavigatsia’s President, Raymon Kaduck, covers NAV CANADA’s 10th anniversary in Wings Magazine September/October.

July 2006 - Aeronavigatsia’s President, Raymon Kaduck, covers Farnborough International Air Show in Britain for Wings Magazine September/October.

May 2006 - Aeronavigatsia’s President, Raymon Kaduck, chairs the Aviation and the Environment session at the 2006 Air Transport Research Society Conference in Nagoya, Japan.

May 2006 - Aeronavigatsia’s President, Raymon Kaduck, authors an airline industry update for Canadian Traveller magazine.

November 2005 - Aeronavigatsia’s President, Raymon Kaduck, is a delegate to the initial Canada-Russia Arctic and North Working Group (ANWG) held in Khanty-Mansiysk in the Russian Federation. The ANWG transportation sub-committee was convened by Mikhail Yurievitch Kurbakov, Deputy Director of the Russian Federation Ministry of Economic Development and Trade and Canadian Circumpolar Ambassador Jack Anawak.

November 2005 - Aeronavigatsia’s President, Raymon Kaduck, presents a paper entitled “A Consumer View of International Air Service Agreements” at the Arctic Council’s Circumpolar Infrastructure Task Force (CITF) Aviation Experts Forum held in Khanty-Mansiysk in the Russian Federation.

July 2005 - Aeronavigatsia’s President, Raymon Kaduck, chairs the Aviation and the Environment session at the 2005 Air Transport Research Society conference in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

July 2005 - Aeronavigatsia’s President, Raymon Kaduck, presents a paper entitled “Towards a North American Common Aviation Area” at the 2005 Air Transport Research Society conference in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

May 2005 - Aeronavigatsia’s President, Raymon Kaduck, chairs the session “Designing an all-new 19-seat aircraft” at the Cranfield Aeronautical University’s Symposium on Aviation in Remoter Regions in Stockholm, Sweden.

May 2005 - Aeronavigatsia’s President, Raymon Kaduck, briefs attendees on the current state of regulatory and economic conditions in Canadian small airports at the Cranfield Aeronautical University’s Symposium on Aviation in Remoter Regions in Stockholm, Sweden.