Skyservice Business Aviation has doubled its space at Montreal-Trudeau International Airport (CYUL) with the acquisition of an aircraft hangar and office facility from Bombardier. The 153,000-sq-ft complex includes an 80,000-sq-ft hangar that allows Skyservice to increase its capacity to perform nose-to-tail heavy aircraft maintenance and support the growing demand for aircraft management at the airport.

“We are pleased to acquire this cutting-edge facility, which will allow us to deliver our award-winning services to even more aircraft owners, clients, and fleet operators at CYUL,” said Skyservice president and CEO Benjamin Murray. “Skyservice was founded in Montreal in 1986 and we are committed to continuing to invest in aviation excellence, innovation, and sustainability at this airport, creating more opportunities for hands-on training and employment, and offering aircraft owners access to a full suite of best-in-class services and support.”

The acquisition follows the opening earlier this year of Skyservice’s second private jet center at Toronto Pearson International Airport. Included in that expansion were a 90,000-sq-ft hangar and a 20,000-sq-ft FBO for its managed aircraft clients.


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