Highly skilled aircraft technicians, as per the approved instructions and regulatory protocols, perform all aircraft maintenance services. Our technicians attend a regulator-approved three (3) year Aircraft Technician curriculum in college and are required to work as apprentices with senior technicians until they have proven their competence. This generally takes 2+ years to complete, following which they can request permission from Transport Canada or the Federal Aviation Administration to take tests required for their respective AME or A&P certification. This method of training is rigorous and a testament to the dedication of the technicians who have chosen Aircraft Maintenance Engineer as their career.
HMV, C-check, CPCP, SSI or any other program(s) that require thorough disassembly, inspection and corrective action of an Airframe structure and its associated systems are performed daily by Premier’s team of technicians.
Premier has performed hundreds of Heavy Checks on multiple types of aircraft always meeting or exceeding our client’s expectations.
Premier is pleased to offer full strip and paint services, at both Premier locations, while the aircraft is in check; reducing downtime and providing earlier return of the aircraft to revenue service.
Premier provides line maintenance support at (YOW) Ottawa, (YQB) Quebec City.
Premier offers AOG field teams to support its clients un-scheduled maintenance needs 24/7. This is an invaluable service when the unexpected happens. Our clients trust Premier’s teams to help get their aircraft back into revenue service without delay.