Bombardier Expands Tucson, Training #AvMRO

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Bombardier added three lines for turboprop heavy maintenance at its Tucson, Ariz., facility. This brings the total to 12. Bombardier's facilities there span 1,146,901 sq. feet and complement the manufacturer's other commercial aircraft maintenance facilities in Bridgeport, WV and Macon, Ga.  The company only maintains its own aircraft at these facilities.

In related news, Bombardier appointed FlightPath International as an authorized technical training provider for CRJ regional jets and Challenger 800 business jets.  

Here's as Bombardier photo showing paint services in West Virginia.


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