Skycharter joins Innotech-Execaire Aviation Group

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Toronto-based Skycharter is joining Innotech-Execaire Aviation Group (IEAG) to provide FBO services, private jet charter, aircraft management and aircraft maintenance facilities.

It will also use Skycharter’s 100,000sqft (9,300sqm) hangar and a newly renovated FBO terminal at its Toronto-Pearson base.

Alan Cross, vice president, sales and marketing, IEAG told Corporate Jet Investor (CJI) the two firms are complementary. He said: “The integration of the partnership is a very good fit in terms of what they offer and what we offer. It’s a congruent fit and it will be a real complement to our service offering.”

IEAG offers aircraft refurbishment and technical services and has maintenance capabilities and FBO services at airports across Canada, including an Authorised Service Facility at Toronto-Pearson which has supported Cessna aircraft for more than 40 years.

Cross added: “The timing was right for both parties, and both parties capitalised on that opportunity.” He said the company is delighted to pair with “one of Toronto’s longest standing FBO and charter providers”.

IEAG’s parent company, IMP Group, made the acquisition for an undisclosed amount. Skycharter will continue operating under its own name as part of the IEAG umbrella of business aviation companies.