Aeroconceil Canada launches in Montreal
French aeronautical engineering group to hire 50 employees over three years.
The French group Aeroconseil, an aeronautical engineering and air transport services firm, has launched operations in Greater Montréal to develop its North American business. The new entity, Aeroconseil Canada, says it plans to hire more than fifty employees over the next three years. The investment was announced through Aeromart 2010, the international business aviation and space industry convention.
With more than 1,100 employees, the Aeroconseil Group’s activities span the life cycle of an airplane, from its conception to its operations and its possible conversion. A specialist in systems integration, the company can support both aircraft and systems manufacturers and airlines and other aircraft owners and lessors, as well as maintenance centres.
Aeroconseil’s expansion to Montréal corresponds to the growth of its business, including its active collaboration with Bombardier Aerospace, Thales Canada and Esterline CMC Electronics.