Aerospace, the world's third largest civil airframe
manufacturer, is the leader in regional airliners, business jets and
Headquartered in Montreal, Bombardier Aerospace is
an internationally integrated organization with full design and
production operations in Montréal (Canadair) and Toronto (de
Havilland) in Canada, in Wichita (Learjet) in the United States and
Belfast (Shorts) in the United Kingdom, giving it excellent market
access and flexibility in program management.
1970: Bombardier acquires Rotax.
1986: Bombardier acquires Canadair.
1988: Bombardier acquires Shorts.
1990: Bombardier acquires Learjet.
1992: Bombardier purchases de
Havilland Canada from Boeing.