Bombardier Aerospace has extended its
long-standing service agreement with Duncan Aviation with the
addition of Duncanís newest maintenance facility in Provo, Utah,
to Bombardierís growing network of Authorized Service Centres
(ASFs) and aircraft-on-ground (AOG) Line Maintenance Facilities
(LMFs) for Learjet, Challenger and Global business aircraft in the
This is the third Duncan-operated facility to
join Bombardierís service network.
Technicians at Duncanís 15,000 sqft
(1,393.55 sqm) hangar will perform the full range of scheduled
and unscheduled warranty and maintenance work for the Learjet 40,
Learjet 45 and Learjet 60 aircraft as well as for the Challenger
300 and Challenger 600 aircraft. They will also provide line
maintenance and around-the-clock AOG services for Global Express
and Global 5000 business jets.
Aviationís Provo facility began operations on August 1, 2010. It
currently employs 16 airframe technicians, two avionics technicians, and one engine technician. Staff levels are expected
to increase in line with an anticipated growth in demand.
ďThis appointment is another expression of Bombardierís continued
confidence in the quality and reliability of our services, a
confidence that is shared by our customers,Ē said Todd Duncan,
Chairman of Duncan Aviation. ďWe look forward to welcoming
Bombardier operators at our new facility, which is strategically
located to deliver maintenance and repair services across the
Bombardierís complete aircraft service network
now consists of a total of 57 facilities worldwide.
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