Bombardier Aerospace

The aircraft manufacturer Bombardier Aerospace is a division of the Canadian Bombardier Inc. and a manufacturer of business and regional jets. In addition to the manufacture of aircraft, Bombardier Aerospace also offers aircraft charter, service and maintenance of aircraft and pilot training for business and regional aviation and military customers. Bombardier Aerospace is after Boeing and Airbus 's third largest aircraft manufacturer in the world. Bombardier has plants in Canada, USA, UK and Mexico. In addition, the company has a worldwide technology and support network.

  • 4.1 aircraft orders

Current passenger aircraft

  • CRJ100
  • CRJ200
  • CRJ700
  • CRJ900
  • CRJ1000
  • Bombardier Q Series
  • CSeries ( project of a newly developed jets for the market between 100 and 130 passenger seats )

Current business jets

Challenger 850/870/890

Brand new are the CRJ with solid business-class seats. The CRJ200 is the Challenger 850 and is equally suitable as a business-class airliner as a corporate shuttle. Similarly, the CRJ700 is the Challenger 870 and Challenger 890 CRJ900 to The Challenger 850 is the quietest aircraft in its class. They are also business -jet configuration typical of chairs and sofas together with desks and cabinets.

Current amphibious aircraft

  • CL -415

Selling at Bombardier were long time forming part of the Group acquired amphibious aircraft DHC-2 "Beaver" and the DHC -3 " Otter". Both aircraft are available as amphibious aircraft and as a pure seaplane. Both aircraft will be sold under the name " Turbine " with additional turbine. For otters, there are also an airplane with two propellers: the DHC -6 "Twin Otter".

Aircraft orders and deliveries -

Aircraft orders

In March 2011, Bombardier announced the largest order in the company's history known: the U.S. company NetJets Aviation Inc. has placed an order of 120 aircraft. Netjets gave up a firm order for 30 Bombardier Global 5000 Vision and Global Express XRS Vision. Deliveries of the aircraft of this type to begin in the fourth quarter of 2012. Of the new models, the Global 7000 and Global 8000 20 were ordered firmly. The delivery of the new aircraft models is planned for the year 2017. For an additional 70 aircraft from Bombardier are purchase options. The 50 firm orders machines have a value of 2.8 billion dollars. Overall, NetJets plans to invest $ 6.7 billion.