Aerospace and Defense
Company Overview of Bombardier Aerospace, Inc.
Bombardier Aerospace, Inc. designs, manufactures, and supports aviation products for business, commercial, specialized, and amphibious aircraft markets. Its aerospace products include commercial, regional, business, and amphibious aircraft; pre-owned aircraft; and firefighting aircraft, and interiors for aircraft. The company also provides transportation products and services, including rail vehicles, propulsion and controls, bogies, transportation systems, and rail control solutions. Its services include fleet management, operations and maintenance, asset life management, material solutions, and component re-engineering and overhaul services. The company was incorporated in 1944 and is head...
400 Côte-Vertu Road West
Dorval, QC H4S 1Y9
Founded in 1944
Key Executives for Bombardier Aerospace, Inc.
President of Defence Services
President of Flexjet and Skyjet
President of Bombardier Commercial Aircraft
Senior Vice-President, Sales for Bombardier Business Aircraft
Senior Vice President and Treasurer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Bombardier Aerospace, Inc. Key Developments
Flexjet Orders 20 Bombardier Challenger 350 Business Jets from Bombardier Aerospace
Nov 20 15
Flexjet reported that it has exercised options for 20 additional Challenger 350 business jets from Bombardier Aerospace, bringing to 40 the number of firm orders Flexjet has placed for the highly sought-after super-midsized aircraft. The Challenger 350 is the successor to Bombardier's venerable Challenger 300, which has served as the backbone of the Flexjet fleet since the company's founding 20 years ago. Bombardier relied heavily on Flexjet's Challenger 300 operating data and user experience information to design many of the advances and enhancements on the Challenger 350 that have been so well received by Flexjet Owners.
Toronto-Area Bombardier Aerospace Workers Ratify Collective Agreements
Jun 29 15
Members of two Unifor locals at Bombardier Aerospace in Downsview, Ont., have ratified new collective agreements with the company. The agreements approved include improved pensions and job security, along with wage increases. The contracts cover members of Unifor Local 112 who work in production at the Toronto-area plant, as well as members of Unifor Local 673 who work in technical office and clerical positions. There will be wage hikes in the second and third year of the agreements of one and 1.25% respectively. The contracts expire in June 2018. The union says the agreements also call for contract workers to be made permanent.
Bombardier Aerospace Announces CS100 and CS300
Jun 15 15
Bombardier Aerospace held the world premiere of the single-aisle CSeries jet at the Paris Air Show on June 15, 2015. The CS100 and CS300 on display at the air show are designed to carry up to 149 people and are marketed as being 20% more fuel-efficient than the comparable Airbus A320 and Boeing 737 family of aircraft.
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