GE extends Aero-Dienst authorised service centre network agreement for CF34


GE has extended Aero-Dienst’s authorised service centre (ASC) network agreement for the CF34 engine that powers the Bombardier Challenger 600 series.

In April 2011 Aero-Dienst was elected by GE to become one of the first authorised service providers within the GE European network for business and general aviation.

Aero-Dienst offers AOG and MRT services, scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, as well as engine R&R and removal/reinstallation of external engine components including warranty and GE OnPoint support.

Aero-Dienst said the availability of original GE parts at Nuremberg airport in Germany ensures quick and easy assistance and maintenance services for European owners and operators of Challenger business jets with CF34 engines. The company performs maintenance on approximately 100 600-series Challenger jets per year.

“Our continuously growing Challenger department has reached a high level of expertise due to its profound knowledge and regular GE training (LM, BM and troubleshooting),” said Florian Heinzelmann, maintenance manager, Bombardier and Dassault, Aero-Dienst. “After receiving the contract extension we are really looking forward to providing our ongoing excellent and comprehensive service to our Challenger customers.”

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