Bombardier celebrated 40 years of operations in Tucson, Arizona, where it occupies nearly 1 million sq. ft. of hangar space. The Tucson Air Center is the largest of Bombardier’s nine service centers and employs more than 900 engineers, technicians and staff. The site opened in 1976 at the Tucson International Airport, where it is one of the largest tenants. The facility provides services for Learjet, Challenger and Global business aircraft and CRJ Series regional jets and Q400 ...

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