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Thu, Mar 15, 2012

Flightstar Named Bombardier Learjet Authorized Service Facility

Will Service Lear 40 And 45 Model Bizjets

The Flightstar Corporation has been named a factory authorized Line Maintenance Facility (LMF) for the Bombardier Learjet 40 and 45 series of aircraft. Flightstar joins a network of over 50 Bombardier service facilities in 21 countries, consisting of factory Authorized Service Facilities (ASF’s) and Line Maintenance Facilities (LMF’s) catering to the service needs of Bombardier business aircraft.

“We are very proud to join the Bombardier service team” said Flightstar President Bill Giannetti. “We now perform warranty repairs, service bulletins and all required periodic inspections on Lear 40 and 45 model aircraft. After maintaining our own jet fleet for over 25 years, Flightstar’s maintenance team is extremely well versed on getting the job done on time and on budget. And, as an operator of four Lear 45 aircraft ourselves, we are able to bring that experience to table for our customers.”

Flightstar is an award winning FAA Certificated Repair Station and Class IV maintenance facility with full airframe, engine and avionics capability. With state of the art maintenance facilities, factory-trained technicians and a wide spectrum of service capabilities including AOG services, Flightstar provides top quality
aircraft maintenance to business aircraft operators.

FMI: www.flightstar.com

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