Air Canada Technical Services will provide component MRO and support for JetBlue's A320 fleet under a 10-year, $200 million contract. It is "the largest component maintenance contract for ACTS," according to the company, and represents two-thirds of the total component maintenance demand for the aircraft. Work will be performed at the ACTS Montreal components facility. Separately, JetBlue signed an agreement to implement the latest Septimo version of TRAX.

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