CRJ Start To Finish In Less Than 4 Minutes
After Boeing and Airbus, Bombardier competes with Brazilian rival Embraer for the title of the world's third largest aircraft manufacturer. They have manufacturing, engineering and services facilities in 27 countries with production facilities located in Canada, the United States, Northern Ireland and Mexico.
The company HQ is in Montréal, Quebec. The city's Trudeau International Airport is where the Challenger 300, 605 and 850 final assembly is done as well as flight testing. Montréal Mirabel International Airport the CRJ700/CRJ900/CRJ1000 and CSeries final assembly and flight testing is done while Montréal's borough of Saint-Laurent is where the Product Development Centre is for cockpit and aft fuselage manufacturing.
In the time-lapse video below watch a CRJ700 put together in these Montreal facilities for Mesa Airlines. With over 1,800 CRJ aircraft delivered worldwide, Bombardier’s medium-haul 60 to 99 seat series of jets is recognized as the most successful regional aircraft program in the world.
VIDEO: Bombardier: Building of a CRJ aircraft for Mesa Airlines.
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