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Bombardier to Open Aircraft Maintenance Facility in Tianjin, China

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Friday, 24 April 2015

Construction has commenced on a Bombardier Business Aircraft maintenance facility in Tianjin, China.

The service facility, which is set to open in 2017, is 8,897 sq. meters (95,766 sq. feet) including hangar and office and back shop areas.

Bombardier Business Aircraft customers will be able to receive maintenance, repair, overhaul, and associated activities and services at the facility.

Under the joint venture agreement between Bombardier and Tianjin Airport Economic Area, the facility will be operated using similar processes and procedures that govern Bombardier's wholly-owned Service Centre network worldwide.

"China, and specifically Tianjin, is a strategic location for business aircraft," said Michel Ouellette, Vice President, Aircraft Programs and Customer Services, Bombardier Business Aircraft. "We look forward to collaborating with the leaders of Tianjin to provide our customers with access to a full range of OEM maintenance services at their doorstep."

The new maintenance facility will further strengthen Bombardier's customer support network in the country, which includes a team of Field Service Representatives and Customer Support Account Managers, four Authorized Service Facilities, Regional Support Offices in Shanghai, Hong Kong and neighbouring Singapore, as well as two established parts depots in Beijing and Hong Kong.

Bombardier currently has an installed base of over 120 business aircraft within the Greater China region.

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