AAR Corp., fresh off expanding its year-old Duluth, Minn., airframe facility to three lines and launching a new facility in Lake Charles, La., continues to report strong demand for airframe maintenance services, suggesting an economic shift favoring North American facilities may be underway. The Duluth location is playing a key role in handling heavy checks for Air Canada’s 87-aircraft Airbus narrowbody fleet thanks to a five-year deal won last October following the closure of Aveos, the ...

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