Skyservice acquires Montreal hangar from Bombardier


Skyservice Toronto Pearson Airport

Maintenance and charter firm Skyservice Business Aviation has acquired a heavy-body aircraft hangar and office from Bombardier in Montreal, Canada.

The 153,000sqft facility doubles Skyservice’s footprint at Montreal-Trudeau International Airport (YUL). Its 80,000sqft of hangar space will allow the company greater capacity to perform nose-to-tail heavy aircraft maintenance as well as support the growing demand for aircraft management at one of Canada’s biggest airports.

Benjamin Murray, president and CEO, Skyservice said the facility will allow the company to deliver “award-winning services” to even more clients, owners and operators at YUL. He added that the company is continuing to invest in aviation excellence, innovation and sustainability at the airport, “creating more opportunities for hands-on training and employment and offering owners access to a full suit of best-in-class services and support”.

Skyservice opened Toronto South, its second private jet centre at Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) earlier in the year. The facility includes a 90,000sqft hangar and 20,000sqft FBO exclusive to managed aircraft clients.

In November 2021, the company announced its expansion to four new locations in the US Pacific Northwest, including King County International Airport-Boeing Field in Washington, Redmond Municipal Airport and Ben Municipal Airport in Central Oregon and Helena Regional airport in Montana.