Lockheed Martin’s decision to open an engine shop in Montreal started out as an asset acquisition effort to bolster the company’s existing capabilities but quickly grew in scope when company executives saw greater opportunity in starting a stand-alone operation, a company executive tells Aviation Week. Lockheed Martin on Monday announced it had bought certain assets from the former Aveos engine maintenance facility in Montreal and plans to open Kelly Aviation Center Montreal. The new ...

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