DULUTH, MN (KDAL) - AAR has announced the completion of the100th aircraft for its maintenance customer Air Canada at the Duluth repair station. The company also announced the signing of a five year contract, with renewable options, with Air Canada to provide continued aircraft maintenance. AAR took over the empty facility at the Duluth Airport in 2012 and it now supports three lines of aircraft maintenance and 305 jobs. Duluth Mayor Don Ness says AAR is a first rate company and their success is a source of community pride and has enhanced the region's growing aviation sector.
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