Bombardier’s new next-generation service center, located at the Miami-Opa Locka Airport, will be inaugurated on October 31.
This service center will serve customers in Latin America and the United States in a facility of approximately 300,000 square feet, where the company will be able to perform maintenance on a large fleet of aircraft, offering high-level maintenance service with the latest generation of technology.
In addition, the Miami-Opa Locka facility will be able to transfer operations from the Fort Lauderdale service center to the existing Miami, Florida facility.
“The Miami Opa-Locka Service Center provides essential and specialized services for our customers, allowing us to continue to deliver the service excellence they have come to expect from Bombardier,” said Jean-Christophe Gallagher, executive vice president, of Services and Support, and Corporate Strategy, Bombardier.
To offer a high level of service, Bombardier will be recruiting new maintenance technicians to expand the service network and safeguard the company’s development and expansion.
Likewise, Bombardier will provide training to obtain the Bombardier Mechanics and Avionics certification with which they will be able to work in the ten Bombardier service centers located worldwide.
On the other hand, the benefits for Bombardier customers promise improved delivery times, greater comfort, and reliability.
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