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COPA Partners with Canadian Aviator

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Today (April 25, 2016) , we at Canadian Aviator Publishing are very excited to announce a new partnership with the Canadian Owners and Pilot’s Association (COPA).  This agreement transfers the responsibilities for COPA’s magazine, Web site and newsletter to Canadian Aviator Publishing.  It leverages our company’s publishing and technology expertise to streamline and modernize COPA’s communications platforms for almost 16,000 members and dozens of advertisers.

Here is the official announcement released earlier today by Bernard Gervais, President and CEO of COPA.

COPA is excited to announce that as of today, we are partnering with Canadian Aviation Publishing (CAP) to enhance our communications platforms and to better serve our members.

Indeed, starting with the next July issue, COPA Flight will become a full colour magazine format (8 1/2 X 11’) and sent to all COPA members. This outsourcing deal will also leverage CAP’s experience of just-in-time aviation news delivery, improving our members’ online experience on the website and complemented by a regular newsletter.

Bernard Gervais
Président COPA President & CEO

COPA Partners with Canadian Aviator

Today (April 25, 2016) , we at Canadian Aviator Publishing are very excited to announce a new partnership with the Canadian Owners and Pilot’s Association (COPA).  This agreement transfers the responsibilities for COPA’s magazine, Web site and newsletter to Canadian Aviator Publishing.  It leverages our company’s publishing and technology expertise to streamline and modernize COPA’s
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