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Skyservice Business Aviation held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Nov. 22 to officially open its new facility at the Muskoka Airport.
The 60,000-square-foot hangar provides maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) services, complementing Skyservice’s current offerings in Toronto, Montreal and Calgary. The new facility serves as an Approved Maintenance Organization (AMO) and focuses on providing customers with maintenance services on regional, commercial and corporate aircraft.
Present at the opening ceremony were Emlyn David, president and CEO of Skyservice Business Aviation; Paul Kelly, mayor of Gravenhurst; John Klinck, chair, District of Muskoka; Bud Purves, chair, Muskoka Airport Board; and council members from the District of Muskoka and the Town of Gravenhurst.
“With over 35 years of expertise in maintenance services, our highly skilled team is looking forward to delivering a world class customer experience in the Muskoka area,” said David. “The Muskoka location is a one-stop shop for all aircraft needs, with safety and service excellence at the forefront.”
As an authorized service facility in Canada for many original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) including Bombardier, Gulfstream, Dassault/Falcon and HondaJet, Skyservice is the aircraft maintenance facility of choice for many of Canada’s leading corporations, leasing companies and commercial airlines.
Skyservice performs maintenance and warranty services through its maintenance group for its own managed aircraft as well as for other fleets.
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