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Premier Aviation Job Fair scheduled for March 30th

March 29, 2012, Trois-Rivieres, Que. - Premier Aviation announces that the company will be holding a job fair in Montreal, to attract experienced, certified maintenance professionals. Consistent with the company's growth plan, Premier is moving into the next phase of its planned expansion and is ready to hire additional qualified personnel.

March 29, 2012  By Carey Fredericks

"These are challenging times for Premier Aviation" says Ronnie Di Bartolo President and C.E.O. of Premier Aviation. "Five years ago, in response to customers' demands, we decided to expand our headquarters in Trois-Rivieres, that expansion was completed in the fall of last year. In 2010 we acquired our U.S. facility in Rome, New York in order to accommodate our international clientele and expand our aircraft maintenance capabilities. Our new facility in Windsor, Ontario will be operational in the coming months."

"Contrary to suggestions I have heard in the media," adds Di Bartolo, "Premier had no involvement in the closing of Aveos or in any of Air Canada's recent decisions. Premier is a company with an independent strategic growth plan which has been executed step-by-step and line by line, since 2008. Premier, like many other maintenance facilities, has performed paint and minor/light maintenance services for Air Canada aircrafts throughout the years. As a privately owned company, Premier is renowned for its high quality, cost-effective service."

Premier Aviation's Job Fair will take place on Friday, March 30th at Le Crystal between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m., 5285 Henri Bourassa O, Ville St-Laurent.



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