Bombardier names U.S. service firm

Aviation International News » March 2006
September 20, 2006, 10:33 AM

Bombardier Aerospace last month named Landmark Aviation its first authorized service facility in the U.S. approved to work on all models of the company’s business jets. The relationship dates back to 2000, when the former Garrett Aviation Services (now Landmark Aviation) was approved as an authorized facility for the Bombardier Global Express. The new Landmark Aviation also includes the former Piedmont/Hawthorne and Associated Air Center.

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