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Workers, guests and officials attend a news conference at AAR Aircraft Services on Tuesday morning to mark the maintenance base’s work on its 100th Air Canada jet, an A319 Airbus seen at top. (Bob King /

Air Canada extends contract with AAR Aircraft Services through 2019

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AAR Aircraft Services has enough work at its Duluth maintenance base to stay busy through at least 2019.

That was assured Tuesday when officials with AAR and Air Canada signed a new five-year contract that extends AAR’s servicing of Air Canada jets another two years with options to renew it.


The previous contract was from 2012 to 2017.

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