* Item includes READERS LETTERS

8 JUNE 2020

YOUR WORDS


Readers are invited to add their comments to any story. Click on the article to see and add.

BTN DISTRIBUTION

BTN also goes out by email every Sunday night at midnight (UK time). To view this edition click here.

Index

Email this Page
Bookmark

The Business Travel News
PO Box 758
Edgware HA8 4QF
United Kingdom
+44 (0)20 8952 8383
info@btnews.co.uk
© 2022 Business Travel News Ltd.

Article from BTNews 8 JUNE 2020

Bombardier sells CRJ programme

Dating back to the Canadair Regional Jet of the 1990s Bombardier has completed the sale of its CRJ airframe business to MHI RJ Aviation Group, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.

Within the last two years the Montréal-based company has disposed of the C Series business to Airbus, and the Q400 line to Viking, now de Havilland Canada.  Bombardier Aviation continues manufacturing and supporting its Learjet, Challenger and Global Jet operations.

Bombardier will continue to supply components and spare parts and will assemble the remaining 15 CRJ aircraft ordered by United Airlines with delivery expected in the second half of 2020.

Through this sale, MHI acquires the maintenance, support, refurbishment, marketing and sales activities for the CRJ Series aircraft, including the related services and support network located in Montréal (Québec) and Toronto (Ontario), and its service centres located in Bridgeport (West Virginia) and Tucson (Arizona), as well as the type certificates.

With the completion of the order nearly 900 CRJs would have been built.  Most are still in service.

www.btnews.co.uk

www.mhi.com/index.html

Index/Home page
 

OUR READERS' FINEST WORDS (All times and dates are GMT)

All comments are filtered to exclude any excesses but the Editor does not have to agree with what is being said. 100 words maximum


No one has commented yet, why don't you start the ball rolling?


Add your comment

First Name
Surname
Email Address
Company (Not obligatory)
Country/City
Comment
- You must be a registered subscriber using the email address entered to submit a comment, or you will be sent a confirmation email before your comment will appear.
- Your comment will be checked before appearing, which may take several working hours.
www.btnews.co.uk