C&L Aviation Service has received Transport Canada Civil Aviation (TCCA) approval to perform maintenance services on Canadian-registered commercial aircraft, including those used for air charter. The company performs depot-level maintenance from its FAA- and EASA-approved, 140,000-sq-ft Part 145 maintenance facility in Bangor, Maine.
“Having the TCCA authorization in place is great news for our Canadian customers,” said C&L Aviation Group CEO Chris Kilgour. “We already provide parts and component repairs to our Canadian customers, so having the ability to perform quality maintenance on their aircraft here in Maine is a natural fit.”
In addition to regional jets and turboprops, the company focuses on several business aircraft types, including the Bombardier Challenger 604/605, Hawker 800 series, Cessna Citation, and Beechjet 400A.
In other news, C&L Aviation also announced a $10 million expansion plan. It is in the early stages of adding another hangar in Bangor and recently completed a parts warehouse facility in Austin, Texas, where it is now housing newly acquired Bombardier Global Express/XRS, 5000, 5500, 6000, and 6500 parts inventory.