Skyservice Toronto to become Falcon Authorized Service Center

August 10, 2017 | Teeterboro, N.J.
Written by Dassault
Dassault Falcon Jet has selected Skyservice Toronto as a new Authorized Service Center (ASC), allowing the facility to perform line maintenance, AOG support and other services on Falcon 900EX EASy and 2000EX EASy model families. The agreement will come into effect before the end of 2017.

Located at Toronto’s Pearson Airport (CYYZ), Skyservice’s 160,000 sq ft facility is equipped to provide line maintenance services for both local and transient operators.

While the ASC hub will be located in Skyservice’s Toronto facility, AOG situations will also be supported through their Montreal and Calgary facilities.

In addition to Transport Canada approval, Skyservice also holds maintenance certifications from the United States, Europe, Bermuda and Hong Kong. Skyservice also is an Authorized Honeywell Service Center for the TFE731 series engines.

Along with in-house maintenance services, including ‘A’ series checks, Skyservice offers AOG GoTeam dispatch capabilities with appropriate tooling and equipment to repair an aircraft in a remote location. Additionally, Skyservice FBOs in Toronto, Montreal, Calgary and Ottawa have been recognized as Canada’s leading facilities by numerous national and international industry surveys for several years.

The Toronto facility will be the 52nd service center in Dassault’s global Falcon support network.

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