The annual European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE), held in May in Geneva, served as the stage for Bombardier to pr
A range of diverse and innovative products were unveiled at this year’s annual European Business Aviation Conference and Exhibitio
Members of the Robb Report Private Aviation Advisory Board chose the aircraft recognized in this section b
ARRIVALS | PLANES IN THE PIPELINE
If not good times, these are at least better times in Wichita, Kan., home of Bombardier Learjet, Cessna Aircraft, and other busi
Their clients want to feel at home even when they are 40,000 feet in the air, so private-jet interior designers create cabins that reflect
Flexjet by Bombardier, a leading fractional-share and flight-service provider, has teamed up with the Lake Austin Spa Res
Flexjet by Bombardier, which is operated by U.S.
For globe-trotting passengers, a roomy and comfortable cabin is not just a luxury, it is a necessity.
The Bombardier Challenger 300 (514.861.9481, www.bombar
Formerly known as the Global Express XRS, the Bombardier Global 6000 (514.861.9481,
The newest and largest Learjet, the 85, promises to be the fastest and most spacious aircraft in the midsize class, and the quic
Business is booming for private jet charter provider XOJET.
Great emphasis is placed on an aircraft’s capabilities—its range, cruise speed, climb rate, and fuel efficiency.
Robb Report Private Aviation Advisory Board member Kevin O’Leary recently employed 22 criteria to rate each of the cur
Bombardier Learjet 45XR (514.861.9481, www.bombardier.c
t 8.3 feet wide and 48.4 feet long, the cabin of the Bombardier Global Express XRS (514.861.9481,
The light 40XR is a slightly smaller version of the Learjet 45 that Bombardier created by cutting about two feet out of the fuselage.
With this new, clean-sheet design, the Learjet 85’s designers aimed to incorporate all the latest technologies while preserving the robust
The 45XR offers substantial upgrades over its previous iteration.
Evolved from the popular 604 model, the 605 entered service in 2007.
This roomy jet, derived from Bombardier’s CRJ200 regional airliner, benefits from the CRJ’s 13 million hours of flight time.
To create a faster and smaller version of its Global Express ultralong-range jet, Bombardier cut two feet out of the fuselage for the Global
The XRS replaced the original Global Express jet when it started deliveries in December 2005.
This jet, introduced in 2007, evolved from the Learjet 60, which entered service in 1993.
Bombardier invested two years of market research into the design of this airplane, and industry experts agree that the effort paid off.
In 2007, Canada’s Bombardier Recreational Products caught the attention of motoring enthusiasts when it debuted the outlandish Can