It’s amazing to have your career take off in aerospace.

#aerofuture

The aerospace sector in Quebec offers thousands of amazing job opportunities and hundreds of training programs. Join a fast-growing industry geared toward a more sustainable future.

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Schools and programs

ÉCOLE DES MÉTIERS DE L’AÉROSPATIALE DE MONTRÉAL

In its state-of-the-art and innovative factory-school, EMAM trains those who build aircraft. The 9,755-square-metre factory section replicates in every respect the work environment in a plant, including the standards and safety rules in effect in the aerospace industry.

With over 25 years of experience in the aerospace industry, its corporate department collaborates with the biggest names in the industry and adapts its training to the highest standards of specificity.

ÉCOLE NATIONALE D’AÉROTECHNIQUE

The École nationale d’aérotechnique (ÉNA) is a campus of the Cégep Édouard-Montpetit in Québec, located in the Saint-Hubert airport area, near several aeronautical companies.

ÉNA is the largest college-level aerotechnical school in North America and the only institution in Québec to offer complete training in avionics, aerospace engineering, and aircraft maintenance.

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DISCOVER A GROWING INDUSTRY, WITH UNLIMITED CAREERS

35 000

Jobs in Québec

65

1 worker out of 113 has a job in aerospace or In the Montréal metropolitan area, 1 worker out of 60 has a job in aerospace.

200

SMEs and large companies in the aerospace sector

75%

More than 70% of Canadian aerospace R&D is done in the Greater Montréal area.

Source: Ministry of Economy and Innovation, 2022

DISCOVER THE CAREER
PROFILES IN AERONAUTICS

SPECIALIZED WORKER

Producing, machining and installing aircraft components

Average salary 48,782$ / 53,200$

TECHNICIAN

Maintaining and repairing an aircraft; plan production and control quality

Average salary 57,925$ / 59,932$

ENGINEER

Designing and implementing projects; improve industrial operations

AVERAGE SALARY 65,149$

10 GOOD REASONS TO CHOOSE A CAREER IN AVIATION

Are you looking for an exciting career? Are you in a career transition?

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Aéro Montréal invites you to discover the portraits of these new workers who are helping to build a greener and more sustainable industry for the future.

About us

Aéro Montréal, the Quebec aerospace cluster, and nearly 50 players in the aerospace sector have joined forces to address the challenge of the labour shortage: AAR Corp, Abipa international, Aéroports de Montréal, Airbus Canada, Air Transat, Altitude Aérospace, APN, Avianor, Avior, Bell Textron Canada Ltd., CAE, CAMAQ, CFP des moulins, CMC Électronique, Collins Aerospace, CRIAQ, CS Group, Delastek, Desjardins, École des métiers de l’aérospatiale de Montréal (ÉMAM) Fonds de solidarité FTQ, GE Aviation, Héroux-Devtek, Howmet Aerospace, Hutchinson, L3 Harris, Let’s Warp, Lisi, Lockheed Martin, Marinvent, MDA, Groupe Meloche, MHIRJ, Mirabel, Optima Aéro, Polycontrols, Polytechnique Montréal, Pratt & Whitney Canada, Rolls-Royce, SAF+ Consortium, Secrétariat à la condition féminine, Siemens energy, Sonaca, Stelia and Thales. #AEROFUTURE