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LBAS enhances service support for Russia’s Bombardiers
Along with its cooperative partner VTS Jets, Lufthansa Bombardier Aviation Services at Vnukovo now provides full-scale line maintenance services for Bombardier aircraft in Moscow.

The Lufthansa Bombardier Aviation Services Moscow facility at Vnukovo has been added to Bombardier's worldwide service network as a line maintenance authorised service facility and official parts provider for Russia.

The facility provides a parts supply system that aims to reduce downtime and increase aircraft utilisation, as well as local stock of parts in high demand, full-scale line maintenance services to all owners and operators of Bombardier aircraft within the region, performance of warranty work and AOG services.

The facility will provide support for Bombardier's Learjet, Challenger and Global aircraft in the region, and will procure parts and arrange for the immediate clearance through Russian customs and onwards transportation to ensure the required parts are on-hand and immediately available when needed. AOG services are available throughout Russia and the CIS region.

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