Bombardier, Two Carriers Working To Reduce CRJ200 Maintenance Costs

Bombardier Aerospace is working with two operators to streamline the mid-life maintenance inspection of its 50-seat CRJ200 regional jet. The Canadian airframer will test the new procedure in early 2013 on a CRJ200 provided by U.S. operator SkyWest Airlines, Todd Young, Bombardier’s VP of customer...

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