Vector Aerospace exhibiting at NBAA 2012

Terry Spruce

                          Vector Aerospace
Vector Aerospace Engine Services – Atlantic will highlight its broad range of business aviation engine services at the 2012 NBAA event in Orlando next week.

“2012 was a year marked by continued market growth and expansion for Vector Aerospace Engine Services – Atlantic,” says Jeff Poirier, president of Vector Aerospace Engine Services – Atlantic. “In August, we officially opened our newest service centre in Brisbane, Australia. In July, we announced our appointment as a Pratt & Whitney Canada Designated Overhaul Facility (DOF) for the PW150A turboprop engine. This new DOF will be established in the Asia-Pacific region, with the intent to have a fully operational MRO facility in place in 2013.”

“Vector Aerospace Engine Services – Atlantic now has engine maintenance, repair and overhaul capabilities, including testing capability throughout North America, Europe, South Africa, Australia and now in 2013, in the Asia-Pacific region,” adds Poirier. “At NBAA 2012, we look forward to meeting with operators to not only discuss potential MRO opportunities at these new facilities, but also to discuss how the Vector team can support their specific engine repair and overhaul requirements with superior quality and unparalleled customer satisfaction.”

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