Handfield becomes PC-12 satellite service centre
By Wings Staff
Levaero Aviation appointed Handfield Aviation of Saint-Hubert, Que., as an authorized Pilatus PC-12 satellite service centre. Since 2009, Handfield Aviation has been providing aircraft maintenance solutions at St-Hubert Airport (CYHU), focusing on avionics upgrades, improvements and maintenance for light jets, turboprops and piston-powered aircraft.
By Wings Staff
“Already a Pilatus Series certified AMO, Handfield Aviation is proud to become a Pilatus satellite service centre,” said Pierre Handfield, president and PRM. “It is an important achievement for the company to be able to fully support Pilatus aircraft owners of Eastern Canada.”
Handfield, who founded the company, graduated from École Nationale d’Aérotechnique in 1985. He holds an M1-M2 license and has been a maintenance director in the business jet and turboprop sectors for more than 20 years.
“When choosing strategic alliances, Levaero seeks out service providers who share our view of quality customer service,” said Steve Davey, Executive VP & COO/DOM. “We have personally experienced that high level of service from Handfield Aviation in the past, and so bringing them into the fold as a Canadian PC-12 service centre was a natural fit.”
Headquartered in Thunder Bay, Ont., Levaero Aviation is the exclusive authorized Pilatus PC-12 and PC-24 sales and service centre for Canada.