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Bombardier Adds More Than 100 Aerospace Jobs in Tucson, AZ

To date in 2011, Bombardier has added 116 jobs at its Tucson-based service center operation with an expected $28 million economic impact in the region.

Most of the new positions have been given to production-line workers, airline mechanics, and similar highly skilled technical workers. Prior to the expansion 630 people work at the facility, which ranks as the 68th-largest private employer in Tucson.

This year, Bombardier marks 35 years of providing service and maintenance support at the Tucson Airport. The company serves numerous business aircraft customers and airlines there.

"The Tucson facility is-and will continue to be-an important part of our service center network, especially as our fleet expands and new products enter service," said Gary Martin, VP of Bombardier's sales and marketing. "[It] has the capacity to expand as required and could create additional jobs in the future. This is all part of our vision to be the number one aircraft service provider in the industry."


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