New plane service at Muskoka Airport
The logos for The District of Muskoka, Muskoka Airport and Skyservice are shown
GRAVENHURST, ON-Muskoka Airport is getting a new resident.
Skyservice is a company that offers aviation utilities such as maintenance, repair and overhaul services, which will pair with the services already at the 60,000 square-foot hanger.
According to Skyservice, this new location for the company will serve as a base of operations and will focus on catering their assistance to regional, commercial and corporate planes.
The company said the Muskoka branch is the newest in their already expanding company which is stationed in Toronto, Montreal and Calgary.
District of Muskoka Chair John Klinck, in a press release from Skyservice said “we are flattered that Skyservice has selected our community.”
“I am so pleased that a world-class industry leader such as Skyservice has landed a home here at the Muskoka Airport.”
“With over 35 years of expertise in maintenance services, our highly skilled team is looking forward to delivering a world-class customer experience in the Muskoka area,” said Emlyn David, president and CEO of Skyservice, in the announcement.
The Muskoka Airport sees regular traffic as it is open 24 hours a day all year round. The main runway is 6,000 ft. long and 150 ft. wide and was reconstructed back in 2015.
Skyservice is an authorized service facility in Canada for over 30 years and has been making use of many original equipment manufacturers such as Bombardier, Gulfstream, Dassault/Falcon and HondaJet. The company says they’vebecome one of the leading organizations for company and personal aircraft.