The CAW has a strong, cohesive presence in this important Canadian manufacturing sector. Just under
10,000 CAW members currently work in the broad aerospace sector.
The largest groups of members work at three global original equipment manufacturers: including Bombardier, Pratt & Whitney and Boeing. The remaining CAW members are employed at a range of smaller firms, including aircraft makers and specialized suppliers.
The CAW's members in aerospace have built a strong Aerospace Council which meets regularly to review trends in the industry, coordinate bargaining priorities, and campaign for a stronger aerospace industry in Canada.
Relatively strong conditions in this sector have allowed our members to make continuing economic gains in most of our new contracts.
- Pratt & Whitney Canada Report - June 2013
- De Havilland- Bombardier
- Pratt & Whitney
- Pulling out of a Stall - CAW's Submission to the Aerospace Review - June 2012
- Pulling out of a Stall - CAW's Submission to the Aerospace Review - June 2012 French
- Consider Made-In-Canada Fixed-Wing Search and Rescue Aircraft, Report Urges - June 19, 2012
- F-35 Aircraft Procurement Submission - November 25, 2010
- January 19, 2010 - CAW President Ken Lewenza Demands Prime Minister Harper protects Canadian aerospace jobs
- May 20, 2009 - Support Canadian Jobs - Search and Rescue Aircraft Purchase
- 23rd Annual CAW Aerospace Council Call Letter - August 14-16, 2009
- January 21, 2009: Use Public to Buy Canadian - Search and Rescue Aircraft