Jazz Aviation, Bombardier Extend Smart Parts Contract

Jazz Aviation, Bombardier Extend Smart Parts Contract

Jazz Aviation has extended its Smart Parts agreement with Bombardier, which will see the Canadian OEM provide the carrier with long-term support on its Q400 aircraft fleet, which it flies under the Air Canada Express banner.

The contract, which was originally scheduled to conclude in 2020, has been extended to December 2025.

Along with comprehensive MRO coverage, the Smart Parts programme also gives Jazz access to its spare part exchange pool and on-site inventories based at the airline’s hubs in Toronto, Montréal, Vancouver and Calgary.

Jazz’s current Q400 fleet stands at 39 aircraft.

Todd Young, vice-president and general manager, customer services at Bombardier Commercial Aircraft, said: “Our extended agreement with Jazz was tailored to provide the airline, our largest Q400 aircraft Smart Parts customer, with an enhanced, customized package for component support.”

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