Bomabardier and ExecuJet cement relationship

Bombardier and ExecuJet Middle East broke ground this week on a regional service centre and spare parts depot.

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By  David Ingham Published  December 9, 2003

Bombardier and ExecuJet Middle East broke ground this week on a $10 million service centre and spare parts depot for Bombardier business jets at Dubai International Airport. The centre will offer Bombardier operators a range of aviation services, including aircraft repair and maintenance and aircraft charter and management.

"Operators based in the Middle East will, for the first time, benefit from a complete turnkey transportation service solution right here in the region," said Mike Fahey, regional vice president, sales, Middle East and Africa, Business Aircraft. "This represents an important step forward for Bombardier and a key development for corporate aviation in general."

The 28,000 square foot (2,600 square metre) support facility will feature two maintenance bays capable of accommodating two Bombardier Global Express business jets and two Bombardier Challenger aircraft. The facility is due to open in the first quarter of 2004.

"This joint venture is unique in that Bombardier, as an original equipment manufacturer (OEM), and ExecuJet, as a service provider, will be the first to offer full representation and support in this region," said Horm Irani, managing director, ExecuJet Middle East. "It continues the long history of successful collaboration that exists between Bombardier and ExecuJet in the Middle East and elsewhere."

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