Skyservice Business Aviation, one of Canada’s largest industry service providers, has expanded its MRO footprint with the acquisition of Muskoka Aircraft Center, an approved maintenance organization (AMO) in Gravenhurst, Ontario. The purchase includes a 60,000-sq-ft hangar at 24-hour Muskoka Airport, a Canadian Customs Airport of Entry that, with its 6,000-foot runway, can handle any business jet or narrowbody commercial airliner. The facility—which will supplement Skyservice’s existing maintenance operations in Toronto, Montreal, and Calgary—services corporate, regional, and commercial aircraft.
“With more than 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 Skyservice president and CEO Emlyn David. “The Muskoka location is a one-stop-shop for all aircraft needs, with safety and service excellence at the forefront.”
The company carries authorized service facility designations from several OEMs—including Bombardier, Gulfstream Aerospace, Dassault Falcon, and Honda Aircraft—and performs maintenance and warranty work for its own managed aircraft fleet, as well as those from other operators.