Four years ago, a partnership with PMA maker Chromalloy Gas Turbine Corp. was an important element in Air Canada Technical Services’ strategy as the MRO provider and its parent company, Air Canada, emerged from bankruptcy. In an interview in the December 2004 issue of O&M, Bill Zoeller, then-president of ACTS, cited the relationship with Chromalloy as one of a number of global alliances ACTS was in the process of forming. He went on to say that using Chromalloy-made parts for the GE CF34 ...

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