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  • Bombardier’s (BBD.B) flagship Global 7500 and Challenger 350 Business Jets are on display in Europe
  • Guests may step aboard Bombardier’s two most renowned aircraft, which offer an unparalleled combination of cabin experience and performance
  • The showcase includes stops in Germany, Spain and Sweden
  • This tour will provide an occasion for guests to learn more about the future of this business jet
  • As part of Bombardier’s long-standing commitment to sustainability, jets are touring using Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF)
  • Bombardier (BBD.B) is down 1.45 per cent, trading at C$2.04 at 1:50 pm ET

Bombardier (BBD.B) is pleased to announce that two of its leading business jets are on a tour of several European countries.

The showcase has begun in Germany and will include stops in the Netherlands, Belgium, Spain and Denmark before wrapping up in Sweden on October 5.

“As interest in business aviation grows in Europe and all over the world, it’s important for customers to see first-hand how the cabins and attention to detail aboard Bombardier jets set themselves apart,” said Emmanuel Bornand, Regional Vice President of Sales, Europe, Middle East and Africa, Bombardier. 

The Global 7500 aircraft created a new space at the upper end of the business jet spectrum since its entry-into-service, with the 100 aircraft already being manufactured.

This business jet offers four true living areas, including a master suite with a full-size bed, and Bombardier’s patented Nuage seating collection for the ultimate comfort on long flights.

Its industry-leading range of 7,700 nautical miles means passengers can fly nonstop from Western Europe to virtually anywhere on the planet, including Bali, Tokyo and Honolulu.

The Global 7500 aircraft’s steep approach capabilities allow it to access London City and a variety of challenging airfields – and to fly out of these airports with excellent range.

The Challenger 350 aircraft is the industry’s best-selling super mid-size jet for seven years running, thanks to its performance, reliability and advantageous operating costs, not to mention its best-in-class cabin experience and smooth ride.

This tour will provide an occasion for guests to learn more about the future of this renowned business jet, which will soon be evolving into the Challenger 3500 aircraft, entering service in the second half of 2022. This aircraft will have a brand-new interior and a host of innovations and was proudly designed through a sustainable lens.

Bombardier is a global leader in aviation, creating innovative and game-changing planes. Our products and services provide world-class experiences that set new standards in passenger comfort, energy efficiency, reliability and safety.

Bombardier (BBD.B) is down 1.45 per cent, trading at C$2.04 at 1:50 pm ET.

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