Jazz Aviation Wins Air Georgian CRJ Contract

Jazz Aviation has signed a five-year agreement with Canadian carrier Air Georgian for heavy maintenance work on its fleet of Bombardier CRJ100 and CRJ200 aircraft.

Jazz Aviation has signed a five-year agreement with Canadian carrier Air Georgian for heavy maintenance work on its fleet of Bombardier CRJ100 and CRJ200 aircraft.

The work will be carried out at Jazz’s heavy maintenance facility at Halifax Stanfield International Airport in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and is expected to commence this summer.

Colin Copp, president of Jazz, said: “This agreement represents a meaningful business opportunity to generate incremental revenue and to strengthen our competitive edge by reducing unit costs through organic growth.” Jazz recently confirmed plans to move its heavy maintenance business into a separate division later this year.

The new division, to be named Jazz Technical Services, will focus on the heavy maintenance, repair and overhaul of Bombardier aircraft.
 

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