More AAR jobs poised for takeoff in Duluth
Thanks to a five-year contract extension with Air Canada, AAR Aircraft Services‘ Duluth maintenance base is expanding its operations. The extension will mean job security for the facility’s 305 current employees, the addition of a fourth service line and 55 new jobs.
AAR is planning to have the fourth service line in operation by September. The company is seeking licensed aircraft mechanics for the majority of the jobs.
The Duluth maintenance facility, which opened in 2012, services Air Canada’s fleet of Airbus narrow body passenger jets. Overall, AAR has six maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) bases servicing large commercial passenger jets around the U.S.