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bombardier

bom ber dir

  • n  a noncommissioned officer in the British artillery
  • n  the member of a bomber crew responsible for using the bombsight and releasing the bombs on the target

  • The bombardier beetle is an inconspicuous insect that ranges much of the world with calm and self-assuranceand for jood reason.
  • The bombardier guided us toward a target which only he and the navigator in the nose could see.
  • Approaching the target, the bombardier leaves his seat, crouches or lies down flat over the bombsight just below his machine gun.
News & Articles

  • Bombardier lifts 20-year forecast for commercial aircraft sector
    TORONTO (Reuters) - Bombardier Inc boosted its forecast for total sales in the global aerospace market by 2.5 percent from last year's forecast. The company said it also expects total industry sales to shrink slightly over the next 20 years in the smallest commercial aircraft segment that it serves. Bombardier said it expects global commercial aircraft sales to total more than $646 billion over ...
    June 14, 2013 - Reuters via Yahoo! News
  • Bombardier Aerospace Releases Annual Business and Commercial Aircraft Market Forecast Numbers
    Today, Bombardier Aerospace released its annual 20-year forecast for the business and commercial aircraft market numbers.
    June 14, 2013 - Marketwired via Yahoo! Finance
  • Analysis: Bombardier gambles on big order payoff with new jet
    By Susan Taylor and Solarina Ho TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's Bombardier Inc is hoping to carve a new niche in the cutthroat airplane market with a fuel-efficient, medium-haul jet that makes its first flight this month, but its all-new CSeries needs an avalanche of orders to stave off bigger rivals. Bombardier's narrow-body CSeries, aimed at a gap in the market, offers a lightweight carbon ...
    June 14, 2013 - Reuters via Yahoo! News
Quotes

  • Nico in Stockhouse
    Our purchase agreement with Bombardier for CSeries aircraft is a renewal of Lufthansa's commitment to commercial success balanced by environmental and business policies oriented toward sustainability and passenger comfort,Nico Buchholz,...
  • Andre Navarri in Toronto Star
    Switzerland has always played an important role for Bombardier, both as a market and as a production location,said Andre Navarri, President of Bombardier Transportation. "The three Swiss sites with 900 employees are not only a fixture in...
  • Adam Giambrone in CTV.ca
    An RFP, on the other hand, "doesn't allow that flexibility. You're forced to evaluate what has been submitted," said Giambrone. "If in fact we determine that the Bombardier bid is not compliant, as we suspect it is, we will then go to a...

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