Bombardier bases aircraft in Chicago to support customers


Bombardier has launched a new US customer response aircraft.

Bombardier display its fleet of Global business jets.

Bombardier Aerospace has launched a new customer response aircraft which will be based in Chicago. The Lear 45 will be used to support Bombardier customers with aircraft that are unable to fly because of unscheduled maintenance events.

The aircraft will operate 24 hours a day and be based at Chicago Executive Airport in Palwaukee, Illinois. Bombardier has a parts hub and a customer response team truck in Chicago.

“By expanding our customer response team through the addition of an aircraft we can support our customers with even greater flexibility and speed,” said Michel Ouellette, president, Customer Services and Specialised and Amphibious Aircraft, Bombardier Aerospace.