Everywhere people travel by land and in the air, a Bombardier product is ready to move them. As the world’s only manufacturer of planes and trains, they have built an extensive and diverse portfolio of winning mobility solutions. A bombardier Aerospace design manufactures and supports innovative aviation products for the business, commercial, specialized and amphibious aircraft markets. Read more >>
The Bombardier Challenger line of jets includes the Challenger 300 / 30X / 605 / 850. The Challenger was originally produced by Canadair and later by Bombardier Aerospace. The Challenger 300 is a super-mid-sized jet but is not developmentally related to the similarly-named Challenger 600-series or the 800-series. The Challenger 600 was the original series of jets, which included: the CL-600, CL-601, CL-604, CL-605, and CL-610. The Challenger was one of the first business jets designed with a super critical wing, and had a widened fuselage that allowed a “walk-about cabin,” although for the most part it is similar in configuration to other aircraft of its type. It carries up to 19 passengers and runs at a length of 20.85 meters, a wingspan of 19.61 meters, a height of 6.30 meters, and a weight of 43,250 pounds. It flies at a maximum speed of 548 mph and a range of 3,875 miles. Read more >>
Bombardier Aerospace, a division of Bombardier Inc. located in Quebec, Canada, the third-largest global airplane manufacturer after Airbus and Boeing. Since 1986, Bombardier has acquired many unprofitable businesses and restored them to profitability, starting with Canadair. In 1989, they acquired near-bankrupt Short Brothers aircraft manufacturing company in Ireland, followed by the 1990 acquisition of Learjet Company in Kansas. Finally, in 1992, they acquired de Havilland Aircraft of Canada, a Boeing subsidiary. Read more >>
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