The FINANCIAL -- Bombardier Business Aircraft is pleased to announce that over 60 technicians across its five wholly-owned North American Service Centres are now authorized to perform programming, annual inspections and battery replacement operations of ACR Electronics, Inc. manufactured ARTEX equipment, joining its Singapore facility, which received authorization last year.
ACR Electronics, Inc. is one of the leading providers of emergency beacons. This authorization applies to all Bombardier Learjet, Challenger and Global aircraft and bolsters Bombardier’s ability to offer one-stop-shop capabilities at its Service Centres, according to Bombardier.
“Bombardier Business Aircraft offers comprehensive worldwide support and services for our customers,” said Stan Younger, Vice President, Service Centres, Bombardier Business Aircraft. “All of our wholly-owned, FAA Diamond Award winning facilities in North America, strive to set higher standards for aircraft maintenance and safety. We are pleased to collaborate with the leading development centre for emergency beacons — built with cutting edge technology,” he added.
“ACR Electronics, Inc. manufactures products that are used to save lives. We are careful to ensure that only trained entities are able to program ARTEX ELT’s. We are pleased to partner with the Bombardier Service Centre network in their mission of providing additional programming service to our mutual customers,” expressed Wendy Cohen, Director, Customer and Field Services for ACR Electronics, Inc.
Bombardier Business Aircraft’s maintenance network is comprised of over 1,000 highly skilled professionals located at its North American wholly-owned Service Centres including Dallas, Fort Lauderdale, Hartford, Tucson and Wichita. The Service Centre network is supported by Bombardier Business Aircraft’s fleet of Customer Response Team (CRT) mobile units. The vehicles are manned by a team of technicians and provide select part removal and installation services, line service repairs, minor inspections and more, supporting all families of Bombardier business aircraft.