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800 René-Lévesque Boulevard West

Montreal, QC H3B 1Y8

Canada

Phone: 514-861-9481

Fax: 514-861-2420

bious aircraft, a purpose-built firefighting aircraft. This aircraft can also be adapted to a multi-purpose version, the Bombardier 415 MP aircraft, which can be used in various specialized missions such as search and rescue, environmental protection, coastal patrol and transportation. Aerospace also offers a new application for maritime patrol and surveillance operations. Aerospace also offers the CL-215T program in response to customer demand, mainly in Canada, for a conversion of CL-215 piston aircraft to turboprop engine aircraft. In collaboration with a team of sub-contractors, Aerospace’s Military Aviation Training (MAT) delivers integrated military aviation training solutions. MAT has two major Canadian military aviation training contracts: the NATO Flying Training in Canada (NFTC) program and the CF-18 Advanced Distributed Combat Training System (ADCTS) program. Countries participating in the NFTC program include Australia, Austria, Canada, Denmark, Hungary, Italy, Singapore, and the United Kingdom. The ADCTS program includes the design and construction of purpose-designed facilities, as well as the provision of full instructional and support services. Customer Services: Aerospace provides a range of services related to its aircraft portfolio. Aerospace’s focus is to provide customers with total life cycle solutions that address the complete aftermarket experience, including parts requirements, maintenance services and pilot training. Parts Logistics: Aerospace provides worldwide 24-hour spare parts sales and support, through various programs such as aircraft-on-ground (AOG) services, lease, hourly, ‘Smart Services’ and rotable management programs. Customers are served from two main distribution centres, one in Chicago and the other in Frankfurt, and from spare parts depots in Singapore, Sydney, Narita, Dubai, Beijing and São Paulo. Aircraft Maintenance: Aerospace offers maintenance services for its business aircraft customers at its six main OEM service centres located in the United States at Bridgeport, Dallas, Fort Lauderdale, Hartford, Tucson and Wichita, and also offers maintenance services to its commercial aircraft customers at its Bridgeport and Tucson service centres. In addition, Aerospace has 42 authorized service and line maintenance facilities and one business aircraft maintenance centre in which it owns an equity interest. These service facilities are located in North America, Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa and South America. Aerospace has five recognized service facilities for commercial aircraft located in Europe, China and Australia. Training Solutions: Aerospace provides customized business aircraft pilot and maintenance training through its three training centres located in Montréal, Berlin and at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. Aerospace also offers a range of pilot and maintenance training programs for CRJ Series aircraft in Montréal, and in Berlin through a joint venture. A third-party supplier provides training for Aerospace’s turboprop customers. Flexjet and Skyjet: Through the North American Flexjet program, owners purchase shares of business aircraft with operations and support, including flight crew, maintenance, fuel, hangar fees and insurance. Flexjet also markets the Flexjet 25 jet card (which provides 12.5-, 25-, 30- and 35-hour blocks of flight time entitlement), which is a program operated by Jet Solutions LLC under U.S. FAR Part 135. In addition, Flexjet offers the Flexjet One program, providing an aircraft management solution for owners interested in purchasing a whole aircraft and having it managed by Flexjet. The Skyjet program is carried out in North America only. It offers both on-demand and flight time entitlement charter services. The Skyjet program arranges for its customer’s business jet charters, using selected air charter operators. Transportation segment Transportation segment develops, manufactures, and services advanced transportation solutions for railways. Transportation’s products and services combine energy conserving technology with optimal safety. Transportation has 50 production and engineering sites and 21 service centr

 

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