TORONTO – Vector Aerospace Corporation was heading to the National Business Aviation Association’s annual convention and trade show with a lot to be proud of, says the president of its Atlantic branch.
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Vector technicians work on an aircraft engine.
The company, which has a significant presence in Slemon Park, is taking part in the high profile business gathering in Las Vegas, Nevada, from Oct. 22-24.
There are a lot of good things to talk about at the show, said Jeff Poirier, president of Vector Aerospace Engine Services – Atlantic (ES-A).
“2013 has been an exciting year for ES-A,” said Poirier.
“We have increased our focus on providing our customers with flexible, innovative ideas towards keeping their engines on wing. We have also heightened our Mobile Repair Team capabilities and coverage worldwide and we continue to remain focused on offering our customers faster turn times on their engines.”
Vector recently received approval from Transport Canada to perform maintenance and overhaul for the Pratt & Whitney Canada PW150A series of engines at its facility in Summerside, Prince Edward Island. This is a temporary set-up and will be relocated to Singapore in the latter part of 2014.