After a long and careful thought, De Havilland Canada has selected a site near Calgary for its new facilities. Called De Havilland Field, the facilities will consist not only of aircraft manufacturing and assembly halls, repair centers, training facilities, and...
At the recent Regional Airlines Association (RAA) Leaders Conference in late September in Washington, De Havilland Canada (DHC) highlighted a new 65-seat cabin version for the Dash 8-400. New, in particular, is the option to include Premium Economy seating on the...
Bombardier is moving its production of the Global 5500, 6500, and 7500 aircraft to Toronto’s Pearson Airport from the current location in Downsview by 2023. The new facility will encompass 41 acres and 1 million square feet of space. The new facility will provide...
Bombardier has reached a three-year labor agreement with the Unifor union representing its workers in its Toronto facilities, where it produces the Global business jet family and the Q400 turboprop. The agreement was reached and over the weekend prior to a potential...
Bombardier’s turnaround now has the company looking squarely at the future, as evidenced by the introduction of the Global 5500 and Global 6500 business jets and a substantial re-order for C Series aircraft by airBaltic, an existing operator. Momentum appears...
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