Bombardier Expands Worldwide Authorized Service and Maintenance Facility Network

Bombardier Aerospace has added a new Line Maintenance Facility (LMF) and increased capabilities at two existing facilities – expanding its global network of authorized service and maintenance facilities for the twelfth time in the last 12 months.

Jetflite becomes the first LMF for Bombardier business aircraft in Helsinki, Finland, providing convenient AOG assistance to customers in Scandinavia. In addition, Metrojet has been appointed as a complete Authorized Service Facility (ASF) in Hong Kong and Global Aviation adds Challenger 300 aircraft support to the line maintenance services it currently offers for Bombardier business aircraft in Oregon.

Jetflite – based at Helsinki Airport, in Vantaa – provides line maintenance support for Learjet, Challenger 300, Challenger 604, Challenger 605 and Challenger 850 aircraft. Operating a 30,000-square-foot facility with 56 engineers and technicians, Jetflite leverages nearly 30 years of maintenance experience with the business aircraft community in the region.

Metrojet – based at Hong Kong International Airport – augments its aircraft maintenance capabilities for Learjet, Challenger 300, Challenger 600 Series and Global aircraft through its ASF appointment. This new status enables Metrojet to provide more extensive services, including: engine, avionics and airframe maintenance, as well as airworthiness directives and service bulletins. Metrojet operates a 53,400-square-foot, state-of-the-art facility with a staff of 80 maintenance technicians.

Global Aviation – based at Portland-Hillsboro Airport in Hillsboro – adds Challenger 300 aircraft authorization to the line maintenance services it currently provides for Learjet, Challenger 601, Challenger 604, Challenger 605 and Global aircraft. A full-service line maintenance facility with 63,000 square feet of hangar space, Global Aviation employs a staff of 25 maintenance technicians and 10 licensed aircraft technicians.

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