Bombardier Aerospace

Bombardier Aerospace is a division of Bombardier Inc. and is the third-largest airplane manufacturer in the world after Boeing and Airbus.
It is a world leader in the design and production of aircraft that seat up to 145 passengers. Bombardier Aerospace mission is to provide a complete range of commercial aircraft optimized for best-in-class efficiency with the highest level of customer service. Bombardier Aerospace is headquartered in Dorval, Quebec, Canada.

Bombardier Aerospace
Name : Bombardier
Type : Subsidiary
Industry : Aerospace
Headquarters : Dorval, Quebec, Canada
Key people : Guy Hachey COO/President
Products : Aircraft
Parent : Bombardier Inc.
Website :

The product portfolio is comprised of the Q400 NextGen turboprop airliner, the CRJ NextGen family of regional jets, and the CSeries jetliners which are the world’s newest and most advanced single-aisle, mainline aircraft for the 100- to 149-seat market segment.

Bombardier Aircraft
Business jets

Bombardier Learjet 40 XR
Bombardier Learjet 45 XR
Bombardier Learjet 60 XR
Bombardier Learjet 70
Bombardier Learjet 75
Bombardier Learjet 85
Bombardier Challenger 300
Bombardier Challenger 30X
Bombardier Challenger 605
Bombardier Challenger 850

Commercial jets

Bombardier CRJ100/CRJ200 (50 passengers)
Bombardier CRJ700/CRJ900/CRJ1000 (70-100 passengers)
Bombardier CSeries (100-149 passengers)


Bombardier CL-215
Bombardier CL-415
DHC Dash 8/Bombardier QSeries

Bombardier Global family

In 2010, Bombardier launched an updated family of long-range business jets:

Bombardier Global 5000
Bombardier Global Express XRS
Bombardier Global 5000 (with Global Vision Flightdeck)
Bombardier Global 6000
Bombardier Global 7000 Entry into service 2016[10]
Bombardier Global 8000 Entry into service 2017[10]


MontrĂ©al Mirabel International Airport – future assembly candidate
Montreal Trudeau International Airport – headquarters
Wichita, Kansas – flight test
Downsview Airport – assembly, flight test
North Bay Airport – assembly and flight test
Savannah, Georgia – flight test
Belfast, Northern Ireland – assembly

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