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Aviation International News » August 2005
October 5, 2006, 9:28 AM

Montreal-based Innotech Aviation has been approved as a line service center for Honeywell’s HTF 7000 turbofan engine. Under the agreement, Innotech will perform engine removal/replacement, hot section inspections, major periodic inspections and line maintenance.

The agreement expands upon Innotech’s maintenance capabilities for Honeywell’s TFE engines and APUs. In addition to the TFE731-2 through -5 engines, Innotech supports the GTCP30-92, GTCP36-6, GTCP36-100 and GTCP36-150.

The company offers maintenance, repair and overhaul, modifications, interior refurbishment, avionics installations and modifications, mechanical and avionics design and engineering. For the past 25 years, Innotech Aviation has worked with Bombardier as an authorized service facility for the Bombardier Challenger 600, Challenger 601, Challenger 604 and more recently has become both an authorized service facility and modification center for the Bombardier Global Express.

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