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BACA backs Bombardier as best manufacturer
Bombardier's London Biggin Hill airport-based team has shared in the company's pride over the certification of the new Global 7500 and the OEM is looking forward to another award-winning year in 2019.
Bombardier Biggin Hill service centre general manager Corey Trudgen accepts the Aircraft Manufacturer of the Year award from LBH airport marketing manager Andy Patsalides.

Bombardier says its upwards trajectory in the European market is continuing as it formally received the BACA - The Air Charter Association award for Aircraft Manufacturer of the Year at its London Biggin Hill airport service centre.

LBH service centre general manager Corey Trudgen says: “It is an honour to be accepting this award on behalf of Bombardier. This has been a game-changing year for us worldwide and this win is testament to our dedication and commitment to producing superlative aircraft for the air charter community and its customers to enjoy.”

LBH airport marketing manager Andy Patsalides adds: “Bombardier is undergoing a period of significant growth, particularly here, and we are delighted to present this award, which we have sponsored, to the manufacturer.”

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