Entries in Bombardier (5)

Thursday
Jun202019

ACI Jet Named Bombardier Authorized Service Facility

The San Luis Obispo Regional Airport facility will provide line maintenance work, warranty work and inspections for Bombardier’s Challenger and Global business jets.

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Friday
Jun222012

Banyan Adds Challenger Capabilities

Banyan Air Service, based at Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport, has added the Bombardier Challenger CL- 601-1A/3A/3R and CL-604 to its FAA Part 145 Repair Station as well as to its EASA certification and Brazil, Argentina and Venezuela approvals.

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Wednesday
Apr202011

Cal Lewis Joins Jet Source as Maintenance Manager

Cal Lewis has joined Jet Source as maintenance manager – 145 and will be directly responsible for the safe and efficient operation of the company’s FAA-approved airframe and engine maintenance business.

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Wednesday
Aug192009

Aircraft Values Neutralize After Descent

Aircraft values reported in the previous quarter were in a spiral dive, but the economy’s pilot now appears to have neutralized the rapid descent. For the most part, values have arrived at ground level. Inventories have shown signs of stability with little or no growth in units for sale. Other market indicators show signs of neutralization as well. Aircraft dealers and brokers report that interest has increased. Phones are ringing more with potential buyers on the line. Compared to the 2005 baseline real gross domestic product, GDP declined 1.0 percent in the second quarter of 2009 after declining 6.4 percent in the first quarter. These indicators support the signs of neutralization in the marketplace, though the used aircraft market has no reason to rally.

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Tuesday
Jun162009

Bombardier Awards LRU Service Contract to Aerosource

Bombardier Aerospace has awarded a five-year LRU service contract to Aerosource Inc. The service contract covers the repair and overhaul of the Air Driven Generator (p/n 756652A) used on the worldwide fleet of Challenger and CRJ aircraft.

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