Bombardier has added Lufthansa’s Bombardier Aviation Services (LBAS) facility in Moscow to its worldwide service network. LBAS Moscow, located at Vnukovo International Airport, will now be a Bombardier line maintenance Authorized Service Facility and official parts provider for Russia.
The facility will provide support for Bombardier’s Learjet, Challenger and Global aircraft in the region. It will also procure parts and arrange for their customs clearance and transportation to the facility to ensure immediate availability of required parts. According to LBAS, the facility has a seamless parts supply system that benefits customers through reduced downtime.
LBAS Moscow currently offers full-scale line maintenance services, performance of warranty work and AOG services to owners and operators of Bombardier aircraft within the region. The facility also has a local stock of high demand parts. LBAS Moscow will join a handful of other Bombardier Authorized Service Facilities in Russia, including Jet Aviation—also at Vnukovo—and Tulpar Technic at Kazan International Airport.
LBAS’ other location is in Berlin, Germany. The company is a joint venture between Lufthansa Technik, Bombardier Aerospace and the ExecuJet Aviation Group.