Air Canada will consider an international MRO provider as a permanent replacement for Aveos Fleet Performance but in an attempt to appease domestic opposition to such a move, the carrier says that it will prefer those providers who “have or will establish some portion of their operation in Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver and Toronto.” The airline, which has rebutted charges from Aveos that the carrier caused the MRO's bankruptcy, also notes a recent legal opinion issued by the Canadian ...


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