Bombardier, Inc. Class B (OTCMKTS: BDRBF) is an aerospace company headquartered in Montreal, Canada. It is one of the finest aviation companies in manufacturing pre-eminent aircraft. Its production or engineering sites and its customer support network are present in more than 12 countries worldwide. And with all their classy services, the corporation has set a remarkable degree in providing passenger comfort, energy efficiency, reliability, and safety.
A recent press release happened on September 14, 2021, in Montreal, Canada, where Bombardier proudly launched their new dazzling midsize business jet, Challenger 3500, virtually to the world. This business jet was a newly added family member of the Challenger which evolved from the Challenger 350 aircraft. The reasons that made it unique from the other aircraft are its fabulous redesigned interior, and the patented Nuage seat, which gives a high standard of comfort—lastly, the reduced cabin altitude of 4,850 ft at 41,000 ft considering their passenger’s wellness. In addition, they also added some innovative technology features like the business’s first-ever voice-controlled cabin to manage all the lighting, temperature, and entertainment systems. And the first wireless chargers for the entire cabin and also the 24 inches 4K display. All these new features clearly state its substantial improvement compared to the other aircraft from its family.
President and Chief Executive Officer of Bombardier Eric Martel also mentioned that they are excited about introducing their high-class private jet with an imposing performance, consistency in reliability, and a high-grade experience of a comfortable ride to the passengers. He also emphasized their prioritized goal in creating the Challenger 3500 by satisfying the customer’s need and knowledge throughout the cabin.
This new business jet can be expected to start its services by the second half of 2022. Also, this will be the first business mid-size jet that has an EPD. They further introduced the first eco app solution in business aviation, which is particularly optimized in reducing the fuel burn and flight plans and decreasing the aircraft’s environmental footprint.