Bombardier Aerospace

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The world’s third largest civil aircraft manufacturer, they are a leader in the design and manufacture of innovative aviation products and services for the business, regional and amphibious aircraft markets.

Headquartered in Montreal, Canada, they employ more than 28,000 people worldwide. Bombardier Aerospace’s revenues amounted to USD10 billion for the year ended January 31, 2009. Their backlog reached USD23.5 billion as at January 31, 2009. During fiscal year 2009, Aerospace received 367 net orders and delivered 349 aircraft.

With a legacy that consolidates more than 250 years of aviation history, they boast a stellar product portfolio. Their business jets, regional jets, turboprops, and amphibious firefighters are celebrated worldwide for their reliable, superior performance. In addition, each aircraft has the support of world-class Bombardier technical and maintenance services on a global scale.

They offer a comprehensive range of services to our customers. The Flexjet fractional ownership and Skyjet hourly flight time entitlement programs offer an innovative variety of travel solutions. Meanwhile, Bombardier’s pilot training solutions are designed to meet and exceed all regulatory requirements as well as the specific needs of each customer.

At Bombardier Aerospace, they are committed to developing new products that match the continually evolving needs of their customers. Since 1989, they have launched 25 successful new aircraft programs.

Over the years, they have enjoyed considerable business success. Their industry-leading Learjet, Challenger and Global business jet families cover 95 per cent of the business aircraft market. In the 20- to 149-seat category, their commercial aircraft lead the industry with a 30 per cent cumulative net order market share for aircraft currently in production. And with more than 1,525 CRJ Series regional jets delivered, the CRJ Series is the most successful regional aircraft program in history.

Their production sites are situated in Canada, the U.S., the United Kingdom (Northern Ireland), and Mexico. They have a robust network of maintenance service centres, authorized service facilities, distribution centres, depots for spare parts, and sales and marketing offices worldwide.

At Bombardier Aerospace, thousands of employees are dedicated to setting new standards of customer care and aircraft availability worldwide. They know that your confidence and loyalty must be earned, every day, everywhere. That’s why they deliver non-stop customer services, from aircraft purchase to entry into service and beyond.

Keeping your aircraft flying and your business profitable is their number one priority. When a Bombardier aircraft needs attention, their service professionals team up to provide focused customer care and minimize the impact on your operations.

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Bombardier Aerospace
800 Rene-Levesque Blvd. West
Montreal, QC H3B 1Y8

+1 514 861 9481, +1 514 855 7989

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