U.S. aviation parts firm JetLine to set up in Montreal
By Canadian PressGeneral Aerospace aerospace industry Montreal
JetLine to invest $2 million over three years.
MONTREAL — U.S. firm JetLine Aviation Services is planning to invest $2 million over three years to set up an operation in Montreal and create 13 new jobs. JetLine supplies the aviation industry with new and aftermarket parts for commercial and private aircraft and has customers such as Air Canada and Starlink Aviation.
The company says the strength of the Montreal area’s aerospace industry was a draw to set up in the province. Quebec’s aerospace industry employ more than 43,500 workers and has total sales exceeding $12 billion.
JetLine Aviation Services, created in 2008 and based in Reno, Nev., has subsidiaries in Phoenix, Chicago, Tel Aviv.
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