While many golfers and spectators are excited for the 2019 Masters Tournament, the aviation industry is also preparing for the increased air traffic expected for the event. Read the article below, to learn more about the support Bombardier is offering to business jet customers who will be in attendance.
Bombardier Business Aircraft is bringing a full contingent of support services to Georgia’s Augusta Regional Airport next month for the 83rd edition of the Masters Tournament. The tournament will be held in Augusta from April 11 to 14.
“During the week leading up to the tournament where the airport sees a large spike in private jet traffic, field service representative Bret Jones will be on-site to support Bombardier customers,” the Canadian aircraft manufacturer announced today. The company’s Atlanta-based mobile response team truck will also be on site at the city-run FBO, Augusta Regional Airport Aviation Services, from April 12 to 15 to support customers.
In addition, Bombardier said its mobile response team Learjet 45 will be available to provide quick delivery of parts and technical expertise to customers.
“Our mobile response team is looking forward to being on site at the Masters to support our business jet customers who will be in attendance,” said Ray Godon, director of Bombardier Business Aircraft’s mobile response team and customer response center. “The team has expanded to reach more customers, faster, and in more places, now totaling 30 trucks and two airplanes.”
Original article published on ainonline.com.