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Bombardier Aerospace

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Bombardier Aerospace is a division of Bombardier Inc. and is the third-largest airplane manufacturer in the world after Boeing and Airbus. It is headquartered in Dorval, Quebec, Canada. It is notable for a variety of both military and civilian products.

Products[edit]

Military[edit]

  • CT-157 Hurricane (Transport Aircraft Trainer)
  • CU-164 Arctic Hawk (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle)
  • CC-175 Explorer (Aerial Tanker)
  • CF-184C/D Supercat (Multirole Air Superiority Fighter)
  • CF-190A/B/C Crossbow (Stealth Multirole Strike Fighter)
  • CC-194 Galaxy
    • CC-194A Galaxy (Strategic Airlifter)
    • CE-194B Galaxy Atlas (AWACS Aircraft)
    • CP-194M Galaxy Atlantis (Maritime Patrol Aircraft)
    • CC-194T Galaxy Traveler (Aerial Tanker)
    • CC-194V Galaxy Ambassador (VIP Transport)
  • CE-196 Sentinel (Battlefield Management/Reconnaissance Aircraft
  • CA-200 Scorpion (Attack Tiltrotor)
  • CC-204 Titan (Strategic Airlifter)
  • CC-206 Yukon II (Strategic Transport)
  • CP-207 Argus II (Maritime Patrol Aircraft)
  • CC-230 Bison (Tactical Airlifter)

Civilian[edit]

  • CL-215
  • CL-415
  • C-Series
    • CS-100
    • CS-130
    • CS-150
  • CRJ-Series
    • CRJ100/CRJ200
    • CRJ700/CRJ900/CRJ1000
  • Challenger Series
    • Challenger 300
    • Challenger 30X
    • Challenger 605
    • Challenger 850
  • Dash-8
  • Global Series
    • Global Express XRS
    • Global 5000
    • Global 5000 (With Global Vision Flightdeck)
    • Global 6000
    • Global 7000
    • Global 8000
  • Learjet Series
    • Learjet 40 XR
    • Learjet 45 XR
    • Learjet 60 XR
    • Learjet 70
    • Learjet 75
    • Learjet 85
  • World Airliner Series
    • WA-260
    • WA-310
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