Bombardier expands 24/7 service network

Aviation International News » November 2004
December 19, 2007, 11:00 AM

Bombardier Aerospace has expanded its U.S. service network for Bombardier business jet operators by adding a Bombardier service center, a Duncan Aviation authorized service facility, and two Bombardier line stations.

The Bombardier West Virginia service center and Duncan Aviation’s Battle Creek facility will offer maintenance, modification services and warranty work. This gives Bombardier Aerospace an additional 298,000 sq ft to provide maintenance service to its operators. The Dallas-area line station, located at Addison Airport, is now offering overnight service and AOG assistance. The Teterboro line station, scheduled to open by year-end, will serve local and transient customers in need of line and AOG support. According to a Bombardier spokesman, the entire U.S. Bombardier Service Center network is now open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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