Aircraft Maintenance Technology

JUN-JUL 2018

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28 JUNE/JULY 2018 AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS AVIATION careers in aviation and aircraft maintenance. The service center tour began with a briefing on who Bombardier was and how the operation functions, explaining the processes in the maintenance of aircraft. Students could see the diversity of professions such as A&P and avionics technicians, engineers, structures, interiors and the various support departments, and were encouraged to visit the careers website to explore the opportunities worldwide within the Bombardier organization. Later in the day I sat down with Lee Boulanger, general manager, Hartford Service Center, in the cabin of one of the demonstrator aircraft and she proudly explained, “Bombardier Business Aircraft’s Hartford Facility has always known that supporting our community is both of great benefit to our stakeholders and is also a business imperative. The Inspiring Future Aviators program helps us engage, inspire, and actively develop the next generation of aviation professionals — this is of direct benefit not only to Bombardier, but to our industry as a whole, and our entire team is proud to lead in this effort. We look forward to the day when we onboard the first recruit from the IFA program.” By the way, WESTFIELD TECHNICAL Academy students. RONALD DONNER Building Solutions... On budget, on schedule, on target... Cost-efficient building solutions from Varco Pruden Buildings provide attractive and affordable structures for: • hangars • flight based operations • cargo facilities • aircraft maintenance With our value-engineered steel framed building systems, recycled material content and long-life "cool paint" choices, VP Buildings can provide energy-efficient structures to help curb operating costs. Find out more. This free brochure is available at Varco Pruden Buildings is a division of BlueScope Buildings North America, Inc.

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