Bombardier and ExecuJet start construction of local service centre and spare parts depot

Bombardier Aerospace and ExecuJet Middle East held a groundbreaking ceremony last week to begin construction of a new service centre and spare parts depot for Bombardier business jets at Dubai International Airport.

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By  Eudore Chand Published  December 13, 2003

Bombardier Aerospace and ExecuJet Middle East held a groundbreaking ceremony last week to begin construction of a new service centre and spare parts depot for Bombardier business jets at Dubai International Airport. With airport approval now in hand, the service centre is scheduled to open in the second quarter of 2004. It will offer Bombardier operators a full range of business aviation services including aircraft repair and maintenance and aircraft charter and management. The 2600 m2 support facility will feature two maintenance bays capable of accommodating two Bombardier Global Express ultra long-range business jets and two Bombardier Challenger aircraft at the same time. It will also house a spare parts depot that will be part of Bombardier’s worldwide spare parts network. The facility will provide full-time employment for more than 50 staff and specialists. “This state-of-the-art facility will further strengthen our growing presence in Dubai, the capital for aviation in the Middle East, and benefit Bombardier customers throughout the region,” says Mike Fahey, regional vice-president, sales, Middle East & Africa, Business Aircraft.

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