StandardAero inked MRO contracts with Aerolineas Mesoamericanas covering CF34-3B1s and 36-150 APUs on CRJ200s with various support elements including spare engines and technical and program management. Contracts are eight-year programs (four plus four one-year options) valued at more than $50 million. Separately, StandardAero broke ground on a 24,384-sq.-m. expansion of its Winnipeg facility to accommodate engine throughputs. Manitoba government will contribute C$20 million to the project. ...

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