Bombardier Aerospace delivered 238 aircraft and received orders for 388 aircraft in 2013
After Airbus, Boeing and Embraer, came the turn of the Bombardier Aerospace to announce the report on 2013. Bombardier Aerospace is a division of Bombardier Inc. and competes directly with Embraer for third place in the aircraft manufacturers' ranking. It is headquartered in Dorval, Quebec, Canada.
Analyzing 2013 reports, but also the statements made by Bombardier Aerospace officials, it turns out that this manufacturer is going through a difficult time. In 2013 received orders for 388 aircraft, with 19% less compared to 2012 and managed to deliver 238 aircraft, most business aircraft. Announced the new plane Cserie bombers it will enter the operating system starting with 2015 and not the end of 2014 as originally announced. In the wake of this postponement, Bombardier Aerospace will fire 1700 people. It needs to limit spending, better said to optimize spending.
Speaking strictly of commercial aircraft, Bombardier Aerospace delivered 55 units and received orders for 81 aircraft in 2013.
Bombardier's commercial aircraft portfolio includes the CRJ Series (CRJ700 NextGen, CRJ900 NextGen, CRJ1000 NextGen) and Q-Series (Q400 NextGen) models.