- Bombardier has delivered a Global 7500 business jet to a customer in Jakarta
- Global 7500 business jets are now based in multiple countries including Japan, Australia, Taiwan and Malaysia
- Bombardier’s entire portfolio is generating strong interest in the Asia-Pacific region
- Headquartered in Montréal, Bombardier is a global leader in aviation, creating innovative and game-changing planes
- Bombardier Inc. (BBD.A) opened trading at C$1.27 per share
Bombardier (BBD.A) has delivered a Global 7500 business jet to a customer in Jakarta.
With a worldwide fleet numbering more than 50 aircraft, the Global 7500 business jet continues to exceed expectations and reinforce its position as the industry flagship. This aircraft is also growing its presence in the Asia-Pacific region, with Global 7500 business jets now based in multiple countries including Japan, Australia, Taiwan and Malaysia.
Bombardier’s entire portfolio is generating strong interest in the Asia-Pacific region, where a new generation of business jet users is emerging in the wake of the pandemic.
With its refreshed Global family of large-cabin business jets and its best-selling
Challenger platform, Bombardier is well-positioned to meet this growing demand.
“Global aircraft are designed to deliver the ultimate in luxury, performance and smooth ride over long-distance flights, making them ideally suited to customers in the Asia-Pacific region who are looking to connect far-flung city pairs,” said Nilesh Pattanayak, Regional Vice President, Sales, Asia Pacific, Bombardier.
“The ultra-long-range Global 7500 aircraft opens up a world of possibilities for convenient and productive travel.”
The Global 7500 aircraft, with a maximum range of 7,700 nautical miles, can take passengers non-stop from Jakarta to Seattle, Singapore to San Francisco, Tokyo to New York and Melbourne to Los Angeles.
Bombardier is significantly expanding its customer service footprint in the Asia-Pacific region with the creation of a state-of-the-art customer service centre at Essendon Fields Airport in Melbourne, Australia. The facility is targeted to be operational in 2022.
Meanwhile, the ambitious expansion of Bombardier’s Singapore Service Centre is ongoing. This site at the Seletar Aerospace Park will quadruple the operation’s footprint, making it the largest OEM-owned business aviation maintenance facility in the region.
Headquartered in Montréal, Bombardier is a global leader in aviation, creating innovative and game-changing planes.
The corporation supports a worldwide fleet of more than 4,900 aircraft in service with a wide variety of multinational corporations, charter and fractional ownership providers, governments and private individuals.
Bombardier Inc. (BBD.A) opened trading at C$1.27 per share.