Our New Exercise Jet Simulator is Ready for Takeoff!
After over two years of preparations and planning we are thrilled to launch our new JetStar Simulator. The fuselage simulator is the first of its kind if Canada and is set up to resemble a private jet that can be staged virtually anywhere a forklift or crane can place it. It is incredibly useful in providing the trainees with a sense of realism during their exercises. For further information, please click HERE
Fun at the Parade
On December 3rd we were able to be part of the annual Peterborough Santa Claus Parade. A lot of great ideas and hard work went into creating our float. The theme for the parade was Christmas at the Movies and we chose the movie Sully for our float. It was a great opportunity to feature our fuselage. Thanks to everyone who helped with the float and joined us on the night of the parade!
Loomex Joyfully Celebrates the Upcoming Holidays in Style
November 29th we hosted our annual all staff Christmas dinner. The evening was full of good company, many laughs and great food! This annual staff dinner is a perfect time for all of us to gather and reflect on the past year and celebrate our staff and successes.
Thank you to everyone who helped with the planning and preparation for the evening and a special thanks to everyone who was able to join us for a great night!
The New Jet Simulator is Taking off
We are so excited to be featured in Skies Daily News for our one of a kind Jet Simulator. The jet simulator is a project that Trent Gervais, our CEO, started over 2 years ago. It was designed to be portable and versatile to provide our clients with a realistic experience during their training.
For the full article please click HERE
Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Tests their Emergency Plan
On October 15th The Loomex Group facilitated an emergency exercise at Billy Bishop Airport that was designed to test the Airport’s Emergency Response Plan. The exercise involved numerous agencies at the airport such as fire, police and airport management, to list a few. Loomex came equipped with a command post, mock plane wreckage, a simulator jet and a group of volunteers that provided the participants with a more realistic and hands on experience throughout the exercise. The day ran smoothly and was a great success for all agencies involved.
Loomex is Adding Another Director!
We are thrilled to be welcoming Lorne Kelsey to The Loomex Group! He will be starting with us on October 22nd, filling the position of Director, Business Development.
Lorne brings expertise in business management as well as sales and marketing experience to his role. His knowledge of Aviation and the Peterborough Airport and community, enhances his interactions with clients when discussing opportunities to build on, or attract new ventures.
Welcome to The Loomex Group!
Scribe Training with Hydro 1
Another successful Scribe training course today. The Loomex Team was working in Barrie with an All-Star Team from Hydro 1 who scored the highest mark on the Inquiry exercise ever given. Great job everyone!
Our CEO Named One of Peterborough’s Most Influential People of 2016
Each year Peterborough honours 20 people who have been influential in the city’s growth and success. For the third year in a row Trent Gervais, our CEO and manger of the Peterborough Airport, has made the list due to his dedication to making the Airport a thriving business and a huge economic driver for the city. Joining him on the list includes the city’s mayor, members of parliament, medical professionals who are highly recognized in their field and individuals dedicated to revitalizing and growing the city of Peterborough. Congratulations Trent we are all very proud to call you our leader!
To view the full list of Peterborough’s Top 20 most influential people, click HERE.
Loomex Hosts the First Annual Aerospace Summit
On June 3rd Loomex welcomed numerous key players in Peterborough and it’s Aerospace sector to discuss the impact that the growth of Pearson International Airport in Toronto has on the smaller Regional Airports. Key note speaker Paul Ritchi from the Greater Toronto Airport Authority (GTAA), was very insightful as he educated the room on the importance of the role of Regional Airports like the one here in Peterborough to support the rising number of flights in and out of Pearson International Airport.
Preparing for Not If, but When
Over the past couple of weeks, the Loomex Team travelled to Northern Ontario to conduct emergency training for numerous airports and municipalities one of which was Greenstone. Unfortunately 3 days following our visit they were forced to put their training into action as a state of emergency was declared due to forest fires threatening the safety of the community and those living in it.
Our CEO, Trent Gervais often begins his training sessions by saying “We are not preparing for IF something happens, but WHEN something happens.” We were happy to be able to be a part of Greenstone’s emergency preparedness training and feel they were well equipped and trained to take on this unwelcome disaster.
For the full story click HERE