Canadian Commercial Corp. Added to $5B TRANSCOM Program

Jeff Brody

U.S. Transportation Command has included Canadian Commercial Corp. in a $5.7B multiple-award contract for global airlift services.

The original contract provides for rotary- or fixed-wing airlift services for federal and defense transport activities, the Department of Defense said Friday. TRANSCOM may use the services for cargo and personnel transportation.

The command chose 17 firms for the contract in November prior to CCC’s award. Work will take place across the globe through Nov. 11, 2024.

The other 17 awardees are:

  • Air Center Helicopters

  • Berry Aviation

  • Bighorn Airways

  • Careflight 

  • CHI Aviation

  • Columbia Helicopters

  • Contour Aviation

  • CSI Aviation

  • East Coast Flight Services

  • Erickson Helicopters

  • Flightworks

  • Hillsboro Aviation

  • Jet Logistics

  • Mountain Aviation

  • Omni Air Transport

  • Phoenix Air Group

  • Rampart Aviation

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