Bombardier

By Matthew Fulco
During Aviation Week’s visit to Bombardier’s Montreal headquarters in late May, ebullience was in the air.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Brian Everstine
The service plans to fly a fleet of 14 medium-large commercial jets carrying multi-intelligence payloads for its High Accuracy Detection and Exploitation System.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Steve Trimble
After being shut out of a patrol fleet acquisition, Ottawa’s aerospace industry is gearing up to compete for a new airborne early warning contract.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Tony Osborne
Photos from Bombardier Defense and Lufthansa Technik Defense show the modified Global 6000 with large cheek and under-fuselage fairings.
Sensors & Electronic Warfare

By Guy Norris, Graham Warwick
EcoJet demonstrator evolves into advanced airborne lab role as Bombardier’s blended wing body business jet research effort continues second flight-test phase.
EBACE

By Molly McMillin
Major business aviation manufacturers have a number of new programs under development ranging from a single-engine turboprop to ultra-long-range jets.
EBACE

By William Garvey
The aircraft departed on wings but returned by flatbed six decades later.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Bombardier's Global-series aircraft are rolling off the line at its new facility at Toronto Pearson International Airport.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Jeremy Kariuki, Molly McMillin, Bill Carey
Listen in as editors discuss visits to Bombardier, Textron Aviation and Daher, where they covered events and announcements from across the business aviation industry.
BCA Podcast

Christian A. Klein
A look at the rules, people and technology behind the scenes that enabled Taylor Swift’s safe air travel from Tokyo to the 2024 Super Bowl.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

By Patrick Veillette, Ph.D.
In many cases, business jets exhibit no natural stall warning or aerodynamic buffet prior to the stall.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

By Molly McMillin
The firm order is valued at $326.4 million based on list prices at the time of signing.
Airports, FBOs & Suppliers

By Jeremy Kariuki
Bombardier hosted thousands of employees and their families to inaugurate its new purpose-built production facility at Toronto Pearson International Airport.
Airports, FBOs & Suppliers

By Brian Everstine
Small, high-altitude balloons, business jets and loitering UAVs all feed into new targeting plans.
Army Aviation Association of America

By Sash Tusa
Bombardier, Embraer, and Gulfstream have shown new aircraft can be developed at reasonable prices.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Matthew Fulco
In the first quarter, the Canadian aerospace company delivered 20 business jets, down from 22 a year ago, and posted $1.3 billion in revenue.
Airports, FBOs & Suppliers

By Jeremy Kariuki
The rebranding includes a new logo, the Bombardier Mach, which artistically depicts the silhouette of an aircraft breaking the sound barrier.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Molly McMillin
Bombardier has added its Challenger 650 business jet to the publication of its Environmental Product Declaration (EPD), which can be publicly accessed.
Sustainability

By Lindsay Bjerregaard
Obstacles to technician training and certification are holding back the industry’s workforce pipeline potential.
Workforce & Training

By Molly McMillin
According to the EBACE website, 182 exhibitors of all sizes are registered for the show.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Steve Trimble
Umbra Space is the latest commercial space company to show that bistatic coupling of two radar satellites could be used to implement moving target indication.
Sensors & Electronic Warfare

New MRO facilities and joint ventures are highlights of this month’s News Briefs and Contracts.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Bill Carey
Bombardier said it is working with its supplier to resolve a shortage of replacement tail deicing boots affecting Learjets.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Guy Norris
Bombardier flew out the last Global 7500 to be manufactured at its Toronto Downsview facility on March 23.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Jeremy Kariuki
Bombardier’s ultra-long range Global 7500 has now set more than 30 city-pair speed records with two new record flights on Feb. 28 and March 6.
Aircraft & Propulsion