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

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British firms fear rise in protectionism

British companies are at risk from protectionist measures once the UK leaves the EU, according to a study published today. The UK is the eighth biggest victim of protectionist trading measures, research by law firm Gowling WLG shows. Some 85 per cent of director-level workers surveyed by the l…

airBaltic launches direct flights between Riga and Abu Dhabi

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After CSeries deal, Bombardier aero unit faces uncertain future

MONTREAL (Reuters) - Bombardier Inc secured the future of its struggling CSeries jet but still needs to find ways to spur growth in other units that have aging products or face larger rivals, industry players and analysts said.

Airbus Plans To Make Bombardier’s New Aircraft a ‘Made in America’ Jet

Airbus estimates it'll cost "a few hundred million dollars" to construct another Alabama assembly line to build C Series jets. But that's relatively minor compared to how much revenue it can generate by selling the modern aircraft to U.S. airlines. Plus, it might steal share from its archival, Boein…

Bombardier Pivots From Jetliners to Luxury Planes and Trains

Bombardier is smart to endure the short-term pain of shifting from commercial aircraft to building private jets and trains because those products may have greater long-term demand. -Sean O'Neill

Airbus Will Take Control of Bombardier’s New Passenger-Friendly Jet

Owned by Bombardier, the C Series seemed doomed. We've heard it's an impressive machine, with great fuel economy, but it was having trouble breaking into the market. And Boeing's trade case against Bombardier hasn't helped. Airbus should be able to revive the aircraft, one of the more comfortable in…
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