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Avianor Inc. announced that it has received Transport Canada (TCCA) approval to add the Airbus A220-100 and A220-300 to its maintenance capability list.
With this approval, Avianor can offer post-delivery modification services to operators of the Airbus A220 family of aircraft. With this addition of the Airbus A220 heavy maintenance approval, Avianor is strategically standing for the future.
“As Airbus main A220 final assembly line is located less than one kilometre from Avianor’s hangar, Avianor can offer all Airbus A220 clients who are taking delivery of their aircraft from Mirabel, the opportunity to complete custom modifications and service bulletins,” said Jean Seguin, president of Avianor Inc. “All without using engine cycles and crew teams as Avianor shares the same airfield as the Airbus factory.”
Having worked with Airbus for more than 20 months, supporting the delivery of production aircraft, Avianor’s renowned and highly skilled team has accumulated over 500,000 man-hours of experience on the A220. Such great accumulated hours are putting Avianor in a unique and privileged situation when speaking about knowing the aircraft. Through the various bilateral agreements in place, this approval also allows Avianor to work on EASA and FAA registered aircraft.