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Biggin Hill, Bombardier's new support nerve centre

Léo Barnier
29/11/2017 | 153 words
Bombardier's service centre at London-Biggin Hill has been fully operation for a month now and will continue to pick up speed. On 14th November, the Canadian manufacturer announced that it was going to double its on-site capacity with the addition of a new hangar.

It will be operational by the end of the year. This new hangar will be dedicated to heavy maintenance for business aviation, including 96-month and 120-month inspections.

The centre at Biggin-Hill, the airport which was the iconic home of the Royal Air Force, was (...)
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