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Canada’s Polaris to continue to shine for air force

10th December 2018 - 16:00 GMT | by Ian Keddie in Glasgow

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The Canadian government has signed a contract to sustain the Royal Canadian Air Force’s (RCAF) fleet of five CC-150 Polaris aircraft.  

The contract, valued at up to CAN$230 million, was awarded to L3 MAS of Mirabel, Quebec, and is a renewal of an in-service support contract dating back to 2013. The five-year contract extension was announced on 6 December 2018 and includes extension options for two five-year periods.

Under the contract, support to the CC-150 fleet will continue to be performed by L3 MAS at 8 Wing Trenton in Ontario where MRO and management of the fleet will be carried

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Ian Keddie is a Shephard correspondent based in Toronto, Canada.

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