As the world’s leading manufacturer of both planes and trains, we’ve built an extensive and diverse portfolio of winning mobility solutions. Everywhere people travel by land and in the air, a Bombardier product is ready to transport them. From category-defining business jets and commercial aircraft designed for the challenges of today, to sleek high speed trains and public transit that’s smarter than ever.

But it’s not just our products and services that make us a global leader. The most important success factor is our employees, all 70,900 of them. Together we’re focused on making mobility more efficient, sustainable and inviting than ever before. We call it The Evolution of Mobility.

Bombardier is headquartered in Montréal, Canada. Our shares are traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange (BBD) and we are listed on the Dow Jones Sustainability North America Index. In the fiscal year ended December 31, 2015, we posted revenues of $18.2 billion.

Mirabel, CA
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Bombardier was founded in 1986 and is headquartered in Mirabel, CA

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Bombardier has offices in Mirabel and Wichita
Mirabel, CA (HQ)
13100 Boulevard Henri Fabre
Wichita, US

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What we can learn from the Boeing-Bombardier feud

The Prime Minister has been in Canada this week. One of the big issues covered was how to keep UK-Canada trade as seamless as possible, given that the Canada-EU trade deal, Ceta (which comes into force this Thursday), will lapse when the UK leaves the EU unless some new agreement is made. It was …

Bombardier board cuts chairman's pay after public outcry

Bombardier's board has approved a proposal to slash its executive chairman's pay by $1.4m (£1.1m), after a public backlash over the aerospace giant's planned pay hikes. The cut brings chairman Pierre Beaudoin's 2016 compensation to $3.8m, equal to his remuneration for 2015. Read more: Bombardi…

Bombardier backtracks to delay part of exec pay after public backlash

Bombardier will defer paying more than half of last year's planned compensation for its six highest paid executives until 2020 after a public backlash against the announcement. The firm said it was "sensitive to the public reaction to our executive compensation practices", and chief executive Ala…

Dodge the TSA in a Concept Van That’s Also a Security Checkpoint

This self-driving van would scan passengers and bags, then drop them off past security. The post Dodge the TSA in a Concept Van That's Also a Security Checkpoint appeared first on WIRED.

Bombardier to cut 7,500 jobs, raising fears for British workforce

Canadian manufacturer’s operations in Belfast and Derby could be vulnerable as it announces second wave of job cuts in yearBombardier has announced it will cut another 7,500 jobs worldwide, raising fears for its British aerospace and rail workforce. It is the second wave of job cuts announced by the…

Bombardier to Cut Another 7,500 Jobs Through 2018, Most in Rail

Canadian plane and train maker Bombardier Inc will shed jobs for the second time this year, cutting about 7,500 positions over two years in a continued push to turn around its rail division.
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