Aero-Dienst, a business aviation service provider and air ambulance operator, has been honoured with a Bombardier Authorized Service Facility (ASF) Excellence Award for the sixth time. The company, which is based in Nuremberg, Germany, was awarded in the Europe category.
As the current unusual worldwide circumstances made it impossible to present the award during NBAA-BACE, Bombardier honoured Aero-Dienst’s achievements in writing, acknowledging its commitment to helping Bombardier customers achieve even more operational efficiency through first-class service quality and performance.
For André Ebach, head of maintenance at Aero-Dienst, the award represents both confirmation and special recognition of the accomplishments of the company’s employees: “Our team is ready to meet all of our customers’ requirements with a combination of personal dedication and in-depth knowledge,” he said.
Aero-Dienst has decades of experience and expertise in Bombardier business jet maintenance.
CEO Viktor Peters regards the Bombardier ASF Excellence Award as proof that the company has been on the right track for many years and expressed his gratitude once again to Bombardier and the Aero-Dienst team.
“The excellent service that leaves our mutual customers simply delighted with their aircraft is the result of an outstanding team effort,” said Peters. “We will maintain continuity in our performance and keep providing the highest levels of support to our customers for the future.”
As an operator as well as a maintenance facility, Aero-Dienst said it benefits from its central European location. In cooperation with the nearby Bombardier parts hub in Frankfurt, Aero-Dienst also provides AOG support, whether in or outside Nuremberg.