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Bombardier, Hawker Pacific Extend Authorized Service Facility Agreement

Will Support Q Series Aircraft For An Additional Five Years

Bombardier Commercial Aircraft has extended its Authorized Service Facility (ASF) agreement with Hawker Pacific of Sydney, Australia for an additional five-year term.

Under the agreement, Hawker Pacific is designated as an authorized service provider for base and other maintenance on all Bombardier Dash 8 / Q Series aircraft, including aircraft modifications and upgrades.

"Since 2007, we have been offering economical, pertinent, on-time aircraft maintenance solutions to operators of Bombardier's Dash 8 / Q Series aircraft," said Doug Park, Chief Operating Officer, Asia-Pacific Region, Hawker Pacific. "We are excited to continue our collaboration with Bombardier supporting its customers in the Asia-Pacific region as part of the company's global customer services network."

"We're very pleased to extend our contract with Hawker Pacific as one of our trusted Q Series aircraft Authorized Service Facilities," said Todd Young, Vice President and General Manager, Customer Services, Bombardier Commercial Aircraft. "Hawker Pacific has been providing maintenance expertise and first-class customer service to our Asia-Pacific aircraft operators for over eight years and has a reputation for consistently meeting our customers' needs. I am confident that this level of service will continue."

The fleet of Bombardier commercial aircraft in the Asia-Pacific region is steadily growing with more than 360 Q Series turboprops, CRJ regional jets and C Series airliners now in service with, or on firm order from, approximately 50 customers and operators in the region.

(Source: Bombardier news release. Image from file)

FMI: www.bombardier.com

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