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Qatar Executive extends maintenance in Doha
Qatar Executive of Abu Dhabi has become Bombardier's newest line maintenance facility in Doha, allowing Qatar Airways' corporate jet subsidiary to provide maintenance and repair services for Challenger 300, 604, 605 and the manufacturer's Global family of business jets for the Middle East.

Qatar Executive of Abu Dhabi has become Bombardier's newest line maintenance facility in Doha, allowing Qatar Airways' corporate jet subsidiary to provide maintenance and repair services for Challenger 300, 604, 605 and the manufacturer's Global family of business jets for the Middle East.

The new agreement enables the operator to perform line and AOG maintenance, and to conduct warranty repairs on aircraft for Bombardier jet owners, effective from April. The company's operation is based at Doha International airport, where it has a fully equipped 6,400 square metre maintenance hangar.

Qatar Executive operates a fleet of six wholly owned Bombardier jets, set to progressively expand to meet the growing demand for premium business jet services in the Middle East and globally. With an average age of only one year, Qatar Executive is said to operate the youngest fleet of corporate jets in the Gulf.

Qatar Airways ceo Akbar Al Baker comments: "We are proud that Bombardier has selected Qatar Executive as an approved service facility for Qatar, the Middle East and neighbouring regions and we look forward to offering exceptional maintenance service and professional expertise to regional Bombardier jet owners and visiting private jet operators.

"With Bombardier and Qatar Executive sharing the same values on high quality standards, customer care, reliability and delivery punctuality, we are confident this partnership will be a success that further cements Qatar's position as a major aviation and maintenance hub," adds Al Baker.

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