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Levaero opens facility at Collingwood Regional Airport


April 26, 2022  By Wings Staff

Levaero becomes the first major OEM authorized dealer and IADA accredited broker located at CNY3. (Photo: Levaero Aviation)

Levaero Aviation on April 25 announced the opening of a new base at Collingwood Regional Airport, CNY3, featuring a new 18,000-square-foot hangar complex that will serve as an additional site for Levaero’s maintenance and aircraft sales departments.

Headquartered in Thunder Bay, Ont., with a national sales office in Toronto, and now the base in Collingwood, Ont., Levaero is the exclusive Pilatus Aircraft Sales & Service Centre in Canada.

“We are excited to officially welcome Levaero Aviation to CNY3. Our relationship has grown over the years, and we are delighted to be home to their latest expansion,” said said Geordie Dalglish, President of the Collingwood Regional Airport. “Their presence will support employment in the region, and further expand the draw of our airport.”

Levaero describes the new base as a natural fit for its Ontario expansion, with Collingwood serving as the heart of one of the fastest growing regions in the province. The CNY3 airport is under new ownership and undergoing significant capital investment and expansion.

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“Our new facility at the Collingwood Airport is the latest in our expansion plans to support our growing customer base,” said Stan Kuliavas, Vice President of Sales, Levaero. “As the first major OEM authorized dealer and IADA accredited broker located at the airport, we look forward to serving our existing customers in the region, as well as assisting others with their aviation needs.

“The new facility will provide industry leading support to Pilatus aircraft owners, as well as other turboprop and jet operators in need of a reliable maintenance provider.” Kuliavas added “Our aircraft sales department is also active in the region assisting customers acquiring and selling aircraft, including several based at CNY3.”

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