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KF Aerospace

Proudly Canadian and servicing global customers, our 950-strong, highly-skilled workforce has extensive experience in heavy maintenance and modifications and attracts customers from around the world.

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Killick Aerospace

Since our founding in 2006, Killick Aerospace has been a leading provider of commerical engine, airframe, and rotable parts and components to major airlines, MROs, and operators across the globe with an emphasis on Airbus A320/A330 and Boeing 737NG aircraft, as well as CFM56-5B/7B and V2500-A5 engines.

In the business jet aviation market, Killick stocks a variety of key parts and components, and is able to work with operators and service centers to provide standard and AOG support.

Kalitta Air, LLC

Kalitta Air is a Michigan Limited Liability Company owned solely by Conrad Kalitta. Kalitta Air began service in November 2000 with three Boeing 747 aircraft and the fleet has grown to a present total of 3 777 freighters, 24 B747-400 freighters and 9 B767-300 freighters. Capable of air express delivery of virtually any type of freight, the company provides scheduled or on-demand charter service for customers in the United States and around the world.

Kansas Jet Center

Located at Manhattan Regional Airport (KMHK), Kansas Jet Center began operations in May of 1989 as Kansas Air Center. Prior to creating the business, the company’s president, Ron Nordt, was a charter pilot flying out of Manhattan. Throughout the years Kansas Air Center actively promoted general aviation, sponsoring open houses and public events raising the visibility of aviation in the region. Now as Kansas Jet Center, the support of general aviation will continue.