Since the opening of Tianjin Service Centre, it has secured approvals from various aviation authorities.
Bombardier has reportedly announced substantial improvements to the customer support capabilities for business aircraft customers in China. The announcement was made at the Asian Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition (ABACE), 2019.
According to the press release by Bombardier, the centrally located Service Centre of the company in Tianjin has received the status of Authorized Service Centre from engine manufacturers GE, Honeywell and Rolls-Royce. The authorization shows the confidence of these renowned companies in the abilities of the world-class technicians of the facility. The customers can now get their business jets serviced in China by the experts.
Bombardier has also announced the new line maintenance services at the Tianjin Service Centre. The new team provides AOG mobile repair as well as scheduled and unscheduled maintenance services. The services will be offered to the Global and Challenger aircraft registered with regulatory bodies, including FAA, Cayman Islands, Guernsey, Isle of Man, EASA, Qatar, Aruba, Bermuda, Canada and San Marino.
Since the opening of Tianjin Service Centre, it has secured approvals from various aviation authorities. The Service Centre can now provide a full scope of unscheduled and scheduled maintenance services for Learjet, Challenger and Global aircraft. The services will be offered to the aircrafts registered in Hong Kong, China, Bermuda, Macau and Cayman Islands. The certification is reportedly under progress for further expanded capabilities under FAA and EASA.
The Tianjin Service Centre of Bombardier was inaugurated in April 2017 in partnership with the Tianjin Airport Economic Area (TAEA). After 2 years, the expansion of services of the facility is seemingly a testament to the dedication of the firm to the growing business aviation in Greater China region. It has also been strengthening the relationship of Bombardier with TAEA.
Bombardier will reportedly display its exceptional large-cabin Global 6000 aircraft, flagship Global 7500 aircraft and its best-selling Challenger 350 aircraft at ABACE 2019.