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Bombardier, Alstom turn to India as urban rail export centre

The French and Canadian multinationals set up manufacturing and engineering operations between 2008 and 2010 to tap into India’s rapidly growing urban transportation market and will now export to Australia, the Middle East and Asia from these facilities, company officials said. 633 more words

Bombardier employee arrested in Sweden on suspicion of bribery

STOCKHOLM – A Russian employee in the Swedish offices of plane and train maker Bombardier has been detained in pretrial custody for two weeks on suspicion of aggravated bribery, a Swedish prosecutor said Friday. 326 more words


Safran Power Units announces new branding for latest generation business jet APUs

Safran Power Units has announced the designation of its two latest APUs for the business jet market.

These name changes are part of the full acquisition in 2014 from… 232 more words


Bombardier Global 7000 Aircraft Successfully Completes First Flight

  • First flight kicks off a rigorous flight testing program as planned
  • Global 7000 aircraft on track to enter into service in the second half of 2018…
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Toronto has its 18th New Streetcar

On Sunday May 1st, 2016 the Toronto Transit Commission was testing Flexity Outlook #4419, the 18th new streetcar the TTC has for revenue service (#4401 and #4402 were originally delivered for training purposes by the TTC and are not yet ready for revenue service.) 20 more words