Bombardier Aerospace boasts a heritage of innovation that brings together more than 100 years of aviation history. The acquisition of Canadair Inc. in 1986 was the first of many moves that would see Bombardier consolidate leading talent and manufacturing experience from around the world. Over the ensuing six years, Bombardier grew in strength and stature, acquiring the world’s first aircraft production company Ireland’s Short Brothers plc in 1989, U.S.- based Learjet Inc. in 1990, and de Havilland Canada in 1992.
Bombardier’s comprehensive line of 12 business jets is the largest of any original equipment manufacturer (OEM), with three leading families that compete in eight of nine market segments. Its complete line of Learjet, Challenger and Global jets allow customers to grow within the Bombardier business aircraft family as their travel requirements evolve. Bombardier is committed to establishing an industry leading, worldwide service and support network and delivering a world-class customer experience, and as such offers a full menu of customer support and training services.
Every aircraft is an outstanding example of how to exceed customer expectations – even when those customers are the world’s most discerning travelers. Whether you seek superior performance, safety and reliability, investment stability and cost efficiency or unequalled comfort and uncompromising luxury, you’ll find them all in the heart of every Bombardier business aircraft.