Bombardier Aerospace today brought high-quality maintenance support another step closer to its business aircraft customers in the Middle East and Asia-Pacific region with the appointment of two new Aircraft-On-Ground (AOG) Line Maintenance Facilities (LMFs).
Arab Wings of Amman, located in Jordan, and one of the region's premier charter, aircraft management, handling, dispatch and maintenance service providers, has been named an AOG LMF for Challenger 604 and Challenger 605 aircraft.
AVWest, a leading aviation solution provider in Western Australia, was appointed an AOG LMF for Challenger 604, Challenger 605 and Global Express aircraft.
This latest expansion is part of Bombardier's drive to extend the highest level of support to its customers wherever they travel. In the past year alone, Bombardier has added eight new Authorized Service Facilities (ASFs) and AOG LMFs to its worldwide support network and opened its first wholly owned service centre outside of North America, at Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam.
"These additions to Bombardier's rapidly expanding aftermarket network will provide our steadily growing customer base with even more options for high-quality maintenance services closer to home," said James Hoblyn, President, Customer Services & Specialized and Amphibious Aircraft, Bombardier Aerospace. "We are pleased to join forces with these two respected service providers as we continue to build the industry's number one aviation services company."
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