International Jet Management and LBAS sign contract for Challenger 350


Bombardier Challenger 350 in the static at Farnborough 2014 (Photo: Terry Spruce)

International Jet Management and Lufthansa Bombardier Aviation Services have signed a maintenance contract for the first Bombardier Challenger 350 private jet in Europe.

The company will become the first operator in Europe of the new aircraft model.

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Felix Feller, CEO of International Jet Management, said: “Our great experience with LBAS in the past was one topic for our decision to put our brand new aircraft again in the hands of their experts. Both, time and quality is the most important issue for our operation, we selected LBAS for this important work.”

Christoph Meyerrose, managing director of Lufthansa Bombardier Aviation Services, said: “LBAS was the first maintenance provider for Challenger 300 aircraft in Europe and has already performed two eight-year inspections this year.

“Our refined knowledge of the aircraft is the foundation to provide high quality in the industry to meet the expectations of our customers. For the LBAS team, it is a great honour to be the partner of choice for International Jet Management.”