Bombardier - Businesses


  • Bombardier Inc., a company mainly specializing in air and railway technology
    • Bombardier Aerospace, the aircraft division
    • Bombardier Transportation, the rail equipment division
  • Bombardier Recreational Products, a maker of snowcats and snowmobiles, part of Bombardier Inc. until 2003

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