Bombardier Aerospace reaffirmed its leadership in the provision of aftermarket services and support to its business aircraft customers with the addition of four Field Service Representatives (FSRs) and two Customer Support Account Managers (CSAMs).
CAE and Bombardier Aerospace announced at the European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition (EBACE) that they have strengthened their long-term relationship. CAE has been designated as the Authorized Training Provider (ATP) by Bombardier for the Challenger 605 aircraft in Dubai.
Bombardier Aerospace’s Learjet 85 aircraft development program continues to forge ahead. Development and production teams in Wichita, Kansas; Montréal, Québec; Belfast, Northern Ireland; and Querétaro, Mexico,
Bombardier Aerospace today announced that it has delivered a Challenger 605 aircraft to Mr. Ahmed Al Jarallah, based in Kuwait City, State of Kuwait. This aircraft will be operated by Gulf Wings and is the fourth Challenger aircraft in their fleet.
Bombardier Aerospace brought high-quality maintenance support another step closer to its business aircraft customers in the Middle East and Asia-Pacific region with the appointment of two new Aircraft-On-Ground (AOG) Line Maintenance Facilities (LMFs).
Bombardier Aerospace today left no doubt that it is building one of the most comprehensive service and maintenance networks in the industry by boosting capacity at its wholly owned Schiphol Service Centre