Air Canada and AAR Corp. have formalized a deal that will see the carrier’s Airbus narrowbody heavy maintenance work stay at AAR’s Duluth, Minn., overhaul base through late 2017, solidifying the service provider’s plan to open a fourth line at the facility by yearend. AAR began handling heavy checks on Air Canada’s 89 Airbus A320-family aircraft at Duluth after the closing of Aveos, the carrier’s former primary maintenance provider. AAR and Air Canada have ...

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