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Bombardier Aircraft has a rich history dating back to 1937 when Joseph-Armand Bombardier founded the company in Valcourt, Quebec, Canada. The company initially started by producing snowmobiles, but later expanded into the aviation industry, producing aircraft such as the Challenger and Global series.

In the early 2000s, Bombardier made a bold move to compete with industry giants Boeing and Airbus by introducing the C Series aircraft, which aimed to redefine the regional jet market with its fuel efficiency, range, and passenger comfort. However, after struggling to secure enough orders and facing financial difficulties, Bombardier sold a majority stake in the C Series program to Airbus in 2018, and the aircraft was renamed the Airbus A220.

Today, Bombardier is focused on its business jet portfolio, with the Learjet, Challenger, and Global families serving a wide range of customers from private individuals to multinational corporations. The company also continues to produce components for other aircraft manufacturers, such as engine nacelles, landing gear, and flight control systems.

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