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Bombardier delivers sixth CS100 aircraft to SWISS
Wednesday, 8 Mar 2017 03:57pm EST 

Bombardier Inc : Bombardier delivers the sixth CS100 aircraft to SWISS .Bombardier - Bombardier have now delivered a total of eight C series aircraft; six cs100 to Swiss and two CS300 to airbaltic.  Full Article

Bombardier says Global 7000 and Global 8000 aircraft program's second flight test vehicle completes initial flight
Monday, 6 Mar 2017 06:00am EST 

Bombardier Business Aircraft:Bombardier business aircraft says global 7000 and global 8000 aircraft program’s second flight test vehicle (FTV2) has completed its initial flight.  Full Article

Bombardier wins contract to provide 70 Flexity trams to Zurich
Friday, 3 Mar 2017 08:48am EST 

Bombardier Inc : Bombardier wins contract to provide 70 Flexity trams to Zurich . Bombardier says base price for vehicles ordered is valued at approximately 300 million Swiss Francs . Bombardier - base price for vehicles ordered is valued at approximately 300 million Swiss Francs (281 million euro, $296 million us) . Bombardier - first vehicles will be delivered at end of 2019 .Bombardier - signed contract for delivery of 70 seven-part bombardier flexity low floor trams with an option for another 70 vehicles on march 2, 2017.  Full Article

Bombardier reports Q4 adjusted shr loss of $0.07
Thursday, 16 Feb 2017 06:00am EST 

Bombardier Inc : Q4 loss per share $0.12; Q4 adjusted loss per share $0.07; Q4 revenue $4.38 billion versus $5.02 billion . 2017 guidance affirmed, on track to achieve all 2018 and 2020 targets . Order backlog at Business Aircrafts $15.4 billion as at December 31, 2016 versus $17.2 billion as at December 31, 2015 . Order backlog at Commercial Aircraft 436 units as at December 31, 2016 versus 361 units as at December 31, 2015 . Order backlog at Bombardier Transportation $30.1 billion as at December 31, 2016 versus $30.4 billion as at December 31, 2015 . Q4 Business Aircraft revenue $1.65 billion versus $2.09 billion . Q4 Commercial Aircraft revenue $699 million versus $644 million . Q4 Bombardier Transportation revenue $1.95 billion versus $2.16 billion . Q4 earnings per share view $-0.03, revenue view $4.64 billion -- Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S .FY2017 earnings per share view $-0.03, revenue view $16.82 billion -- Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.  Full Article

Hawaii Island Air signs smart parts agreement with Bombardier
Thursday, 9 Feb 2017 03:01pm EST 

Bombardier Commercial Aircraft: Hawaii Island Air signs smart parts agreement with Bombardier .Hawaii Island Air signed 5-year smart parts agreement with Bombardier to provide component support for Q400 aircraft.  Full Article

Government of Canada announces C$372.5 mln loan to Bombardier Inc
Tuesday, 7 Feb 2017 07:56pm EST 

Bombardier Inc : Government of Canada - announces C$372.5 million of repayable program contributions to Bombardier Inc for two projects . Government of Canada - repayable program contributions to bombardier to support development of global 7000 business aircraft and the C series . Government of Canada - program contributions will be provided over 4 years, in a number of installments, with majority allocated to the global 7000 . Government of Canada - at full production, the global 7000 program is expected to directly employ approximately 3,000 people Further company coverage: [BBDb.TO] ((Bangalore.newsroom@thomsonreuters.com;)).  Full Article

Government of Canada announces C$372.5 mln loan to Bombardier Inc
Tuesday, 7 Feb 2017 06:30pm EST 

Bombardier Inc : Government of Canada - announces C$372.5 million of repayable program contributions to Bombardier Inc for two projects . Government of Canada - repayable program contributions to bombardier to support development of global 7000 business aircraft and the C series . Government of Canada - program contributions will be provided over 4 years, in a number of installments, with majority allocated to the global 7000 . Government of Canada - at full production, the global 7000 program is expected to directly employ approximately 3,000 people Further company coverage: [BBDb.TO] ((Bangalore.newsroom@thomsonreuters.com;)).  Full Article

Bombardier and Cityjet finalize purchase agreement for up to 10 CRJ900 aircraft
Wednesday, 1 Feb 2017 02:09pm EST 

Bombardier Inc : Bombardier and CityJet finalize purchase agreement for up to 10 CRJ900 aircraft . Firm agreement includes six CRJ900 aircraft and options for an additional four aircraft . Firm order is valued at approximately US $280 million and could increase to US $467 million, should CityJet exercise all its options . Upon delivery, aircraft will operate under wet lease in Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) network .CityJet will also take delivery of four new CRJ900 aircraft in early 2017 as per Bombardier's order announcement on April 25, 2016.  Full Article

Bombardier Inc's Nico Buchholz will assume a new role as senior vice president, strategic initiatives
Wednesday, 25 Jan 2017 07:00am EST 

Bombardier Inc : Bombardier Inc - Nico Buchholz will assume a new role as senior vice president, strategic initiatives . Bombardier announces organizational changes to support turnaround plan . Bombardier Inc - Jim Vounassis will assume chief procurement officer responsibilities .Says Bombardier's global procurement activities will be led by Jim Vounassis.  Full Article

Bombardier CS300 airliner awarded Type Validation by U.S. Federal Aviation Administration
Wednesday, 14 Dec 2016 03:25pm EST 

Bombardier Inc :CS300 airliner has been awarded its Type Validation by U.S. Federal Aviation Administration.  Full Article

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Bombardier's CSeries jet nears approval for London City airport

MONTREAL, March 24 Bombardier Inc said its CSeries will soon become the largest commercial aircraft capable of landing at London City Airport, a feat the Canadian planemaker expects will whet buyer interest at a time of sluggish market demand for new jets.