, the third largest aircraft manufacturer in the world behind Boeing and Airbus, ended the 2014 calendar year on a strong note with an increase in aircraft orders and deliveries, particularly its many business jet lines.In the third quarter of 2014 alone, Bombardier successfully delivered 45 business jets. 8 of those were Learjets (7 Learjet 70/75s, 1 Learjet 60XR), 18 were Challengers (12 Challenger 300/350s, 6 Challenger 605s), and 19 were the Global 5000/6000 Series. This represents an increase from the 36 deliveries in the third quarter of 2013, one calendar year earlier. As of the third quarter of 2014, Bombardier had delivered 126 business jets. New aircraft orders on the other hand, have remained relatively steady as compared to previous years. Overall, including order backlogs, the company has made steady growth and increases in revenue from previous years. The company, in the 4th quarter of 2014, solidified its progress by securing new orders for Global 6000s worth $293 million and for Learjet 75s worth $81 million.
Bombardier Aerospace, which is a division of the larger Bombardier Inc. that is also composed of a train division, is currently one of the largest aircraft manufacturers
in the industry, behind only Boeing and Airbus. They currently compete with their Brazilian rival Embraer for the title of third, a company which has also enjoyed considerable success as of late. Bombardier was acquired by Canadair in 1986, which restored it to profitability, which was followed by the acquisition of the failing Learjet subsidiary in 1990. Since then, the company has made significant strides. It now employs close to 40,000 people around the world. ASAP AOG is the leading distributor of aerospace products around the world. We stock and supply highly-demanded Bombardier Aerospace spare parts. Browse our capabilities on www.asapaog.com
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