Bombardier Moves Out, Indianapolis Jet Center Moves In

Aviation International News » November 2004
December 19, 2007, 11:23 AM

Bombardier’s repair facilities at Indianapolis International Airport are now the Indianapolis Jet Center. The Canadian company moved out on October 31, and Keeker Aviation reopened the doors the next day under the new name. According to president Randy Keeker, Indianapolis Jet Center is offering “the same services, in the same hangar, with the same tech-nicians, to the same customers who have been coming here for 30 years.” The new operation, as Indianapolis Jet Center, will also house the completion and refurbishment business that was Keeker Aircraft. Before the decision to close its service center, Bombardier had used Keeker for interior refurbishment work on its line of Learjets and Challengers.

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