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Bombardier launches new Smart Services offering for business aircraft customers

Posted 10 October 2017 · Add Comment

Bombardier has launched the new Smart Services offering, its most competitive cost-per-flight hour service.

The new Smart Services offering leverages 30 years of the successful Smart Parts program to bring parts replacement cost protection and budget predictability to a new level of convenience and return on investment.

"We intentionally designed this offering to be fully flexible and bespoke based on feedback from our customers. The result offers the peace of mind of our Smart Parts program, with enhanced adaptability, customisation, and fewer exclusions," said Jean-Christophe Gallagher, Vice President and General Manager, Customer Experience, Bombardier Business Aircraft. "The new Smart Services offering allows our customers to tailor their cost-per-flight hour programme to their needs. It is another example of the unrivaled expertise, innovation and support we deliver as the OEM, helping our customers maintain their aircraft in a state of perpetual prime while maximizing their bottom line."

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