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Bombardier Extends its Service Network in the Middle East and Asia- Pacific Region

Geneva, May 17, 2011
Bombardier Aerospace today brought high-quality maintenance support another step closer to its business aircraft customers in the Middle East and Asia-Pacific region with the appointment of two new Aircraft-On-Ground (AOG) Line Maintenance Facilities (LMFs).

Arab Wings of Amman, located in Jordan, and one of the region’s premier charter, aircraft management, handling, dispatch and maintenance service providers, has been named an AOG LMF for Challenger 604 and Challenger 605 aircraft.

AVWest, a leading aviation solution provider in Western Australia, was appointed an AOG LMF for Challenger 604, Challenger 605 and Global Express aircraft.

On the picture, from left to right: Mr. Majed Al Aqrabawi, Director, Quality Assurance, Arab Wings; Mr. James Hoblyn, President, Bombardier Customer Services; Mr. Abdallah Mahmoud, Maintenance Director, Arab Wings; Mr. Michael McQuay, President, Bombardier Service Centres; Mr. Sameer Hdairis, Business Director, Arab Wings.

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17.05.2011  |  Bombardier Extends its Service Network in the Middle East and Asia- Pacific Region 
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