Learjet 75 and Global 6000 to star for Bombardier at NBAA


Bombardier Aerospace will showcase both the Learjet 75 and Global 6000 at this year’s NBAA convention in Orlando, Florida. Both aircraft are making their debuts at the convention this year.

                            Learjet 75
Bombardier Aerospace announced that the Learjet 75 aircraft and Global 6000 will make their National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) debuts at this year’s annual conference and exhibition in Orlando, Florida, from 30 October to 1 November 2012.

“Our Learjet 75 mock-up and test aircraft are going to generate excitement as we’ve worked to take an already great product and make further improvements with its Bombardier Vision Flight Deck and all-new interior; we know that this jet will make a splash at this year’s show,” said Steve Ridolfi, president, Bombardier Business Aircraft. “Our Global 6000 demonstrator aircraft has been jetting all over the world for customer demo flights and static displays. And as the industry’s eyes are now turning towards NBAA we are all thrilled at the chance to show the largest gathering of customers and professionals the true Global standard in business aviation.”

“We look forward to showcasing our high-performance jets and more news at NBAA 2012,” Ridolfi added.

Bombardier will present its Global 6000, Challenger 605, Challenger 300, Learjet 85 mock-up, Learjet 75 mock-up, Learjet 75, Learjet 60 XR and Learjet 45 XR business jets in the static display at Orlando Executive Airport, as well as host customers at its static pavilion and at its two-floor exhibit at the Orange County Convention Center.

“This past year, Bombardier has made great strides in bolstering our international support presence, parts availability and robust 24-7 capabilities at our wholly owned service centres in North America,” said Éric Martel, president, Bombardier Customer Services & Specialized and Amphibious Aircraft. “NBAA will serve as another valued opportunity to meet with the operator community and share further deployment updates and aftermarket program initiatives.”