Bombardier buys ExelTech hangar

  • 11-Jun-2010 04:37 EDT

Bombardier has agreed to purchase the Saint-Laurent, Quebec, facilities of ExelTech Aerospace Inc., following the latter’s bankruptcy. The acquisition will increase Bombardier’s Global Completion Centre (GCC) capabilities for its Global 5000 and Global Express XRS business jets. The GCC is a fully integrated completion facility with the capability to define, engineer, fabricate, certify, and deliver customized interior installations. Bombardier forecasts that the 115,000-ft² facility will be operational by the fall.

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