Canada

May 13, 2014 - 11:10am

Bombardier Aerospace announced Tuesday at the Regional Airline Association Convention in St. Louis that it has appointed CAE as its authorized training provider for its entire line of CRJ regional jets. Under the ATP agreement, which has already taken effect, CAE instructors will deliver CRJ aircraft flight training courses at eight locations around the world.

CAE operates 10 CRJ aircraft full-flight simulators (FFSs) in Charlotte, Minneapolis and Phoenix in the U.S; Copenhagen, Denmark; Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; Madrid, Spain; and Toronto and Montreal in Canada.

April 9, 2014 - 11:00am

Diane De Souza, vice president of Bombardier’s parts services team, will retire after 28 years with Bombardier Aerospace, effective this summer. She is succeeded by Bill Molloy, previously director of CSeries customer services and support, who assumed his new role April 1. Under De Souza’s leadership, Bombardier’s parts services team was transformed to meet the challenges of a growing international customer base and a quickly expanding array of products.

April 1, 2014 - 1:32pm

Former Bombardier Learjet chief flight-test pilot Pete Reynolds will be inducted into the Kansas Aviation Hall of Fame on April 15 at a ceremony hosted by the Kansas Aviation Museum and Wichita Aero Club. Reynolds had a major role in the development, testing and certification of virtually every Learjet model between 1973, when he joined Learjet, and 2003, when he retired.

March 25, 2014 - 11:51am

Bombardier appeared to backtrack on comments in the Russian press by CEO Pierre Beaudoin indicating that the country’s annexation of Crimea could threaten the Canadian company’s planned joint venture with Russian conglomerate Rostec. On Monday a Bombardier Aerospace spokesman told AIN that the Canadian company remained “fully committed” to plans for a Q400 turboprop factory in a special economic zone in the Ulyanovsk region, and that the comments by Beaudoin didn’t refer specifically to the agreement with Rostec.

March 12, 2014 - 11:45am

Bombardier Aerospace has opened a regional support office (RSO) in Toluca, Mexico. The office will anchor regional support capabilities for Bombardier business aircraft customers throughout Mexico and surrounding areas.

The office is located alongside Bombardier’s new business aircraft sales team within the Assertec FBO on Toluca Airport. The office will be home to three field service representatives, one sales director, one RSO administrative assistant and one RSO manager.

March 5, 2014 - 12:42pm
Learjet 45

On Monday, Bombardier Aerospace inaugurated its first dedicated Customer Response Team (CRT) aircraft, a Learjet 45 that will be used to provide a rapid response for aircraft on ground (AOG)/unscheduled maintenance events in the continental U.S.

February 19, 2014 - 2:10pm

Bombardier announced it will be adding interior refurbishment capabilities to the line and heavy maintenance offered at its new, wholly owned service center at Seletar Airport in Singapore. The OEM has selected Ontario-based Flying Colours to provide interior refurbishment services in Singapore to Learjet, Challenger and Global customers.

February 13, 2014 - 2:35pm

Bombardier Aerospace’s business jet division accounted for the bulk of net orders and deliveries last year at the company, according to full-year 2013 results released today. The company delivered 238 aircraft (180 business jets and 58 airliners) last year, up from 233 (179 business jets and 54 airliners) in 2012, boosting revenues by 11 percent, to $18.2 billion, and profits by $87 million, to $893 million. It expects to deliver 280 aircraft–200 business jets and 80 airliners–this year.

February 12, 2014 - 11:30pm

Bombardier Aerospace has chosen Singapore to open its newest regional support office (RSO), the Canadian manufacturer announced on Tuesday. The office is Bombardier’s fifth in the Asia Pacific region and its 21st overall.

February 4, 2014 - 2:45pm

Bombardier Aerospace booked a firm order for eight Globals–three Global 6000s, two 7000s and three 8000s–from an undisclosed customer on Friday. The transaction is valued at approximately $537 million based on 2014 list prices. “We are confident that the Global line’s strong momentum will continue in 2014,” said Bombardier Business Aircraft president Eric Martel.

 
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