Vector Aerospace signs Engine Services Agreement With Air GeorgianToronto, ON - Vector Aerospace Corporation, a global independent provider of aviation maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services is pleased to announce that Vector Aerospace Engine Services-Atlantic, Inc. (Vector) has entered into a Service Agreement with Air Georgian Limited (Air Georgian), based in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada.
As per the terms of the two-year exclusive agreement, Vector provides Air Georgian with fixed-wing aircraft engine repair and overhaul support from its Vector-Atlantic facility, located in Prince Edward Island, Canada.
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Brad Warren, vice president of maintenance for Air Georgian says, "Air Georgian Limited has been providing aviation services and customized charter flight solutions for more than 25 years, and we take pride in our reputation as the most reliable and trusted flight services provider. We are Toronto Person Airport's fourth largest user by volume, with over 35,000 hours of in-flight experience per year; more than 26,000 annual departures and arrivals and impeccable safety and security records behind the trusted Air Canada brand -- we bring a level of confidence, safety and service to our customers that no one can match. Combine our history with the high level of service and experience that Vector Aerospace Engine Services-Atlantic is synonymous for, and you have a partnership worth celebrating."
"We are pleased to add Air Georgian Limited to our growing family of customers" states Jeff Holdridge, director of fixed wing engine sales for Vector. Our comprehensive Pratt & Whitney Canada-approved engine and component repair, overhaul and test services will deliver exceptional value and benefit to Air Georgian Limited and its customers. Vector Aerospace has the diverse capability to accommodate their specific requirements, and the detailed product knowledge and experience to meet their expectations."
Source : Vector Aerospace Corp.
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