David Coleal, the president of Bombardier Business Aircraft, announced last December that interior work on the company's Global 5000 business jet will be done in Wichita, creating up to 100 new jobs. Because of that new work, the airport is seeking to expand the ramp next to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection facility, which must inspect the aircraft.
David Coleal, the president of Bombardier Business Aircraft, announced last December that interior work on the company's Global 5000 business jet will be done in Wichita, creating up to 100 new jobs. Because of that new work, the airport is seeking to expand the ramp next to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection facility, which must inspect the aircraft. Travis Heying File photo
David Coleal, the president of Bombardier Business Aircraft, announced last December that interior work on the company's Global 5000 business jet will be done in Wichita, creating up to 100 new jobs. Because of that new work, the airport is seeking to expand the ramp next to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection facility, which must inspect the aircraft. Travis Heying File photo