• ÉTS press conference announcing its intention to operate in Longueuil, October 20, 2023


    The École de technologie supérieure (ÉTS) has announced its intention to find a home in Longueuil and will offer a bachelor’s degree in aerospace engineering, starting in 2025. The ÉTS can count on a dynamic ecosystem, on strong industry collaboration, and especially on key partners in the École nationale d’aérotechnique (ÉNA) and the Centre technologique en aérospatiale (CTA), both of which are affiliated with Cégep Édouard-Montpetit.

    On the picture, from left to right: Michel Huneault, Executive Director of Academics for ÉTS; Geneviève Héon, Longueuil City Councillor; Catherine Fournier, Mayor of Longueuil; François Gagnon, General Manager of ÉTS; and Annie Bouthillette, Executive Director of Institutional Relations for ÉTS. 

    Photo: Antoine Saito (CNW Group/École de technologie supérieure)  

    Site internet : https://www.etsmtl.ca/en/
  • Perspective de la future aérogare


    The MET – Montreal Metropolitan Airport has announced its partnership with Porter Airlines for the construction of a new, 21,000-m2 terminal featuring nine gates. With a total investment of over 200 million dollars, the MET is cementing its role in commercial aviation. 

    Site internet : https://metmtl.com/en/
  • Headoffice on John-Molson street


    Koptair, which recently moved to a new building in Longueuil, specializes in the inspection and repair of turboprops and turboshafts by Pratt & Whitney Canada. This reflects an investment of over 30 million dollars.  

    Site internet : https://www.koptair.com/en/
  • Groundbreaking ceremony on October 11, 2023


    H55, a renowned pioneer of electric propulsion and battery management systems, has chosen Longueuil to set up its Canadian facilities. This represents an investment of 100 million dollars. 
    On the picture, from left to right: Martin Larose, General Manager of H55; Pierre Fitzgibbon, Minister of Economy, Innovation and Energy, Minister of Regional Economic Development and of the Metropolis and Montreal region; Catherine Fournier, Mayor of Longueuil, Pablo Rodriguez, Minister of Transport and Quebec Lieutenant; André Borschberg, co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of H55.

    Site internet : https://h55.ch/en/
  • Headoffice on John-Molson street


    CEL Aerospace, which moved its facilities to Longueuil in 2023, is a global leader in the field of aircraft engine test equipment: turboprops, turboshafts, business and commercial aircrafts, auxiliary power unit (APU) groups, and industrial applications. This project represents an investment of 42 million dollars.

    Site internet : https://www.cel-aerospace.com/