Air Canada, moving to replace maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services once supplied by the now-defunct Aveos Fleet Performance Inc. , is close to deals with four airframe maintenance providers and still hopes to keep some engine work at the former Aveos facilities, even though no buyers have come forward to bid on the engine business. The carrier reports that it is “concluding terms” to send its Embraer E-Jet fleet to Premier Aviation Overhaul Center Inc. and Embraer Aircraft ...

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