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AAR to maintain SkyWest's CRJ landing gears

MRO provider AAR has signed an agreement to overhaul landing gears on SkyWest Inc's Bombardier CRJ aircraft, AAR announces.

The deal has a three-year term and can be extended to five years. It covers landing gear assemblies and sub-assemblies, according to a media release from Wood Dale, Illinois-based AAR.

AAR will perform the work at its facility in Miami.

St George, Utah-based SkyWest Inc's SkyWest Airlines subsidiary operated 407 Bombardier regional aircraft at the end of 2016, including 213 CRJ200s, 130 CRJ700s and 64 CRJ900s, according to SkyWest's most-recent fleet summary.

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