Bombardier moves maintenance tracking to Camp Systems

Aviation International News » June 2004
October 8, 2007, 9:59 AM

Bombardier and Camp Systems announced an agreement that will allow Camp to assume responsibility for providing maintenance-tracking services for Bombardier business aircraft.


Under the terms of the transaction, Camp will also provide service for more than 700 Bombardier business aircraft currently enrolled in Bombardier’s in-house Computer Integrated Maintenance Management System (Cimms).


“Camp is the industry leader in providing aircraft maintenance-tracking services, so this is a solid step forward for our customers, who will now benefit from the best maintenance-tracking service currently available in corporate aviation,” announced Dave Orcutt, vice president of customer support for Bombardier Business Aircraft.
Customers will have private access to their maintenance-tracking information through a suite of services24/7 via a secure Internet site.


“Bombardier will work closely with Camp to ensure a seamless transition for our customers, and we will continue to provide input with regard to the quality of services for all our business jets,” Orcutt said.

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