Bombardier Adds Worldwide Enhanced Structural Repair Abilities For Business Jet Lineups

Bombardier recently announced that it has expanded its worldwide customer support by adding enhanced structural repair abilities for its fleet of Learjet, Challenger, and Global business jets through a partnership with The Mobile Repair Team. (Bombardier Global 6500 shown above; photo courtesy of Bombardier.)

Bombardier announced in late June that it’s expanding its worldwide customer support offerings by collaborating with Toronto-based The Mobile Repair Team. The partnership will yield enhanced structural repair abilities to Bombardier’s worldwide fleet of Learjet, Challenger, and Global business jets.

A “Fantastic” Partnership

“Our customers are at the heart of everything we do, and this extended partnership with The Mobile Repair Team will allow us to provide worldwide skilled and proficient structural repairs directly through our Customer Response Center alongside the outstanding service experience that our distinguished Bombardier customers expect,” says Andy Nureddin, Bombardier vice president, customer support.

For its part, The Mobile Repair Team points to its strong reputation and knowledge of Bombardier’s executive aircraft lineups. General Manager Paul Hamill describes the partnership as “fantastic,” and a demonstration of The Mobile Repair Team’s continued commitment to forging worldwide strategic, long-term relationships with Bombardier. Besides specializing in aircraft structural repairs, The Mobile Repair Team offers on-site damage assessments, temporary repairs, insurance claim process support, and other services.

Find Your Bombardier Aircraft

Despite the addition, Bombardier will continue to provide repairs through one contact point via its Bombardier Customer Response Center, which can be contacted at 866-538-1247 in North America and internationally at +1-514-855-2999.

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Source: Bombardier

Posted On: 7/27/2020 3:43:38 PM