Air Canada signs maintenance agreement with Premier Aviation

Premier Aviation and Air Canada reported the signing of a five-year agreement for the provision of airframe maintenance in support of Air Canada’s fleet of 60 Embraer E-190 and E-175 aircraft. With the addition of a second line of maintenance at Premier Aviation’s Trois-Rivières, Quebec facility now in place, the work performed for Air Canada will have created a total of 120 jobs for aircraft technicians on the two lines. This contract follows a successful year of operations meeting the quality and on-time delivery requirements for 37 Air Canada Embraer E-175 and E-190 maintenance visits at Premier’s Trois-Rivières maintenance centre.

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