Learjets and Challengers have a Teterboro (TEB) maintenance option as Bombardier is now offering drop-in and line service support at the repair station that has previously been dedicated to the Flexjet fractional fleet. The company cited the desire to increase its service and maintenance capacity throughout its domestic service center network. Bombardier Aerospace has also launched a new high-priority parts delivery program in conjunction with Expeditors International of Washington, aimed at getting aircraft-on-ground (AOG) parts to North American business aircraft operators within 12 hours, significantly more quickly than the 24-hour industry standard.
Bombardier opens Teterboro facility to bizjet operators
- January 31, 2007, 8:44 AM