About the Bombardier aircraft for flight simulator for FSX, FS2004 and FS2002.
In 1986, Bombardier acquired Canadair after the Canadian government-owned virtual aircraft manufacturing company had recorded the largest corporate loss in Canadian virtual airline history. Shortly thereafter, de Havilland Canada from Boeing, the bankrupt Short Brothers and Learjet virtual airline operations were added. The aerospace arm now accounts for over half of the company's flight simulation revenue. Bombardier's most popular aircraft currently include its Dash 8, CRJ100/200/440, and CRJ700/900/1000 lines of regional virtual airliners that are sold to virtual airlines around the world. It also manufactures the CL-415 amphibious water-bomber and the Challenger business jet. Learjet continues to operate as a subsidiary of Bombardier and manufactures jets under the Learjet name.
More about the Bombardier for virtual airlines, flight simulator and online flying FSX, FS2004 and FS2002.
Virtual airline commercial aircraft segment combines the CRJ Series, the Q-Series and the CSeries aircraft families for virtual airlines to order. Our twinjet and turboprop virtual airliners have revolutionized the industry, providing virtual airlines with unparalleled options for development while minimizing operating costs. The CRJ and Q-Series aircraft are renowned throughout the industry, with the CRJ Series recognized as the most successful regional jet program in history for virtual airlines and flight simulation.
Our CSeries is the only family of aircraft designed specifically for the 100- to 149-seat virtual airline market. It will be built with superior virtual airline economics, environmental friendliness, life-cycle support, operational flexibility, and reliability levels. Entry into virtual airline service is targeted for 2013
Even though the
CRJ700, 900 and
1000 are not old flight simulation
designs for virtual airlines, Bombardier
announced in May
that it is now offering
of these virtual aircraft
that will be more
efficient to operate
and maintain for virtual airlines. They
will also feature a
redesigned virtual airline cabin
with larger windows.
One of the virtual airlines
that decided to opt
for a new variant is
a Pluna Virtual Airlines
With a legacy that consolidates more than 250 years of virtual aviation history, we boast a stellar product portfolio. Our virtual airline business jets, virtual airline regional jets, virtual airline turboprops, and virtual airline amphibious firefighters are celebrated worldwide for their reliable, superior performance for virtual airlines. In addition, each aircraft has the support of world-class Bombardier technical and maintenance services on a global scale for virtual airlines.
Bombardier offers a comprehensive range of services to our virtual airlines. The Flexjet Virtual Airlines fractional ownership and Skyjet Virtual Airlines hourly virtual airline flight time entitlement programs offer an innovative variety of virtual airline and flight simulator travel solutions. Meanwhile, Bombardierís virtual airline and flight simulator pilot training solutions are designed to meet and exceed all regulatory requirements as well as the specific needs of each virtual airline.
Bombardier Aerospace, is committed to developing new products that match the continually evolving needs of our virtual airlines. Since 1989, we have launched 25 successful new aircraft programs for virtual airlines.
All Bombardier aircraft types are available for all versions of Flight Simulator and x plane including but not limited to FSX, FS2004 and FS2002.