Bombardier Sees Revenue Drop in 3Q

Aviation International News » January 2011
December 29, 2010, 3:38 AM

Bombardier Aerospace third-quarter financial results show total aerospace revenues of $1.8 billion, down from $2.1 billion for the quarter ending October 31, 2009. The total backlog as of October 31 was valued at $16.2 ­billion. The Canadian OEM delivered 33 business aircraft in the third quarter. As of October 31, there was a seven-month backlog for Learjets, an eight-month backlog for Challengers and a 24-month backlog for the Global line. According to the company, “business and commercial ­aircraft markets are still experiencing challenging conditions.” Nevertheless, said Bombardier president and CEO Pierre Beaudoin, orders were strong for the quarter, ­valued at $3.7 billion, “And we are anticipating a good [fourth] quarter.” Beaudoin said Bombardier is sticking by its ­estimate of $1 billion for development of the new Global 7000 and Global 8000. He said Learjet production is now at “the proper level for demand” though more employee furloughs will be coming in the next year.

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