Discovery Air Defence Achieves 60,000 Hours of Air Combat Training Excellence Worldwide

Montreal, September 9, 2016 – Discovery Air Defence Services Inc. (“DA Defence”), a wholly owned subsidiary of Discovery Air Inc., announced today that it has recently completed 60,000 hours of air combat training services worldwide. The milestone occurred during a Maritime Fighter Controller training mission near Victoria, British Columbia.

“I’m incredibly proud of this achievement,” said Paul Bouchard, President of DA Defence. “This milestone is unparalleled in our industry and speaks to the professionalism and excellence of our entire organization. We will continue to leverage this industry-leading past performance to deliver representative air combat training to current and future customers, as they transition to 5th Gen fighter technology.”

Garry Venman, Executive Vice President of Business Development and Government Relations at DA Defence added, “The world’s top air forces want a highly capable provider flying radar-equipped 4th gen supersonic aggressors to train their aircrews for the near-peer threats of the future. As the world’s most experienced air combat training provider, we can deliver this training quickly, safely and affordably.”

DA Defence and its U.S. subsidiary, Top Aces Corp., have the world’s largest privately-held, operating fleet of fighter aircraft. The training provided supports the operational readiness of both current and future generation fighter aircraft. To discover more on how DA Defence is changing the face of air combat training, visit us at

About Discovery Air and Its Subsidiaries

Discovery Air is a global leader in specialty aviation services. We deliver exceptional air combat training, medevac equipped aircraft services, airborne fire services, air charter services, helicopter operations, and transport and logistics support to ensure operational readiness, health, safety, and vital lifelines for our clients and the communities we serve.

Discovery Air’s Class A common voting shares and unsecured convertible debentures trade on the Toronto Stock Exchange (symbols DA.A and DA.DB.A, respectively).

For Further Information

Sheila Venman
VP, HR & Communications
Discovery Air Inc.

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