Comlux announces designation of Bombardier AOG
May 14, 2009 – Comlux Completion USA, a company of the Comlux Group, has announced that it has been designated a Bombardier AOG/ Line Maintenance Facility (AOG/ LMF) in Indianapolis.
May 14, 2009 – Comlux Completion USA, a company of the Comlux Group, has announced that it has been designated a Bombardier AOG/ Line Maintenance Facility (AOG/ LMF) in Indianapolis, Indiana. The agreement authorizes Comlux Completion USA to perform work on Bombardier Learjet, Challenger and Global business aircraft.
The process for being designated a Bombardier AOG/LMF for business aircraft is stringent and requires an investment in technician training, special tooling and ground support equipment. With this authorization, Comlux demonstrates its strong experience and capability in maintaining Bombardier business aircraft.
Comlux Completion USA has developed its quality maintenance activities in parallel with VIP cabin completion services. Thanks to its two state-of-the-art hangars – one of 25,000 sq. feet and another of 22,000 sq. feet – located at Indianapolis International airport, the company can ensure simultaneous full completion of four to six aircraft and total care maintenance jobs. Comlux Completion USA has a team of 44 aircraft maintenance technicians, 12 support personnel and 24 completions employees.
“Comlux Completion USA complements our authorized service and line maintenance facility network. They have proven experience in maintaining our products, are customer- focused and provide top quality service and support,” said James Hoblyn, President, Customer Services & Specialized and Amphibious aircraft, Bombardier Aerospace.
David Edinger, CEO of Comlux Completion USA says: “We have had a strong and long-term relationship with Bombardier Aerospace for many years. This agreement consolidates the development of Comlux Completion USA and allows us to guarantee to our customers the highest level of quality and reliable maintenance services. Furthermore, this agreement brings additional synergy within the Comlux Group, which today operates nine Bombardier aircraft in its VIP fleet (four Global Express aircraft including two Global Express XRS aircraft and one Global 5000 jet, two Challenger 605 and two Challenger 850 aircraft.)"