Bombardier Aerospace offers 24/7 technical support for operators of Bombardier Learjet, Challenger, and Global aircraft. For Learjet technical support: (316) 946-6100 or email@example.com. For Challenger/Global technical support: (514) 855-2999 or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit cic.bombardier.com.
Since February 2014, the Service Centre has provided Bombardier customers with high-quality maintenance support for over 150 aircraft, received nine certifications and has dedicated Unplanned Maintenance Teams (UMT) for the region.
Aerodynamics Inc. — of Waterford, MI reports that the company and it subsidiary, ADI Shuttle Group LLC, have been acquired by Scott Beale, former president, founder and co-owner of FlightWorks. ADI is a full-service flight and maintenance repair firm...
ENMU-Roswell to offer shorter program
The Aviation Maintenance Technology (AMT) program at ENMU-Roswell has revised its training curriculum. Students can now complete the requirements for a certificate to completion in only 14.5 months. The revised...
The program covers more than 400 components and includes two primary elements developed in response to feedback from customers - a component repair management solution and a component exchange pool program at a central location.
Bombardier Aerospace has delivered the first of 30 enhanced CRJ900 NextGen aircraft to American Airlines Group Inc. The aircraft will be operated by American Airlines Group wholly owned subsidiary PSA Airlines.
The aircraft was unveiled to American Airlines employees during a celebratory event at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, and will be showcased tomorrow in Dayton, OH, to team members at PSA Airlines, Inc.
It has appointed CAE as its Authorized Training Provider (ATP) for Bombardier's CRJ family of regional aircraft that includes the CRJ100/200, CRJ700 NextGen, CRJ900 NextGen and CRJ1000 NextGen aircraft.
CARIC is a national research and technology network that unites stakeholders from industry, universities, colleges and research institutions to advance strategic aerospace technology areas and facilitate collaborative research and development.
In addition to learning how to maximize the dispatch availability of their Bombardier fleet, attendees took advantage of operational sessions and roundtable discussions and interacted with Bombardier experts.
The Smart Parts program, initially developed for Bombardier's business aircraft, has been providing cost protection and budget predictability to customers for more than 25 years and currently supports approximately 1,200 aircraft.