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Bombardier unveils bold new brand identity worldwide
The new logo is inspired by innovation and heritage, and captures the confidence and spirit of more than 18,000 talented and passionate Bombardier team members.
The Global 8000 is the ‘flagship of a new era’, set to enter service in the second half of 2025 delivering the fastest speed, longest range and the smoothest ride in the industry.

Bombardier has unveiled a new brand identity anchored by the evolution of the company's logo. As it successfully moves forward as a company with a sole focus on designing, building and servicing the world's best business jets, the new brand identity will reinforce and propel its unique approach to customers and stakeholders, putting people at the centre and instilling a one-of-a-kind sense of family.

Bombardier has established itself as a world leader in business aviation, building on the pillars of its smooth-flying business jet portfolio, freshly expanded worldwide service network and a successful, growing Bombardier Defense team. Throughout its industry-defining history, Bombardier has maintained its bold innovative spirit while remaining true to its entrepreneurial roots and family values. The new brand identity reflects the success of Bombardier's passionate and talented teams, who set the standard when it comes to delivering the highest performing jets and world-class service to their clients around the world.

"This is a historic moment for more than 18,000 incredibly talented and passionate Bombardier team members. Our iconic company is looking forward with confidence and an innovative spirit, two notions captured elegantly in our new logo and brand evolution," says president and CEO Éric Martel. "Our clients worldwide are leaders who shape the world and who expect us to deliver a truly memorable experience. When asking them what sets Bombardier apart, the notion of 'like family' comes back time and again as a true differentiator.

"Finally, Bombardier would not be where it is today without the best people. They are true masters of their craft, bridging some of the world's most complex technology with a highly personal and passionate approach to aircraft interior artistry, defence modifications, 24/7 services and much more. Our new company brand honours these highest standards our people themselves have set for our industry."

The new Bombardier logo celebrates the company's successful shift toward building, designing, servicing and modifying the world's best jets. The symbol itself, the Bombardier Mach, features the silhouette of an aircraft breaking the sound barrier, a nod to the ambition and innovative spirit of Bombardier's talented people, while the strokes of wind over an aircraft reference the company's deep rooted heritage and the Learjet brand's storied winglet iconography.

"This evolved brand is a catalyst for Bombardier to differentiate itself as a global leader, not just among aerospace and defence peers, but proudly with the world's leading inspirational brands," says Ève Laurier, vice president, communications, marketing and public affairs. "Our brand has been crafted to coherently tie notions of our heritage and precision-driven engineering. The brand describes our future, in which we will express a heightened sophistication of our technology, how our employees master their craft and, above all, the customer experience.

"Bombardier's new impactful logo echoes the pride and passion we all have for our industry and will further be supported by a suite of evocative imagery featuring Bombardier's own team members at the peak of their respective craft. Their work to elevate performance and sustainability in business aviation, services and defence continues to redefine the industry."

Fusing technology with the notions of customer experience and sophistication is further reflected in the bespoke typeface of the new logo; it is both modern and refined, with subtle serifs that connect to the language of the symbol and highlight Bombardier's passion for precision.

The Bombardier Global 8000 aircraft is a key example of this. This 'flagship of a new era is set to enter service in the second half of 2025 as the ultimate all-in-one jet, delivering the fastest speed, longest range and the smoothest ride in the industry. In parallel, Bombardier has further taken the lead on the future of aircraft design with the EcoJet research project, a groundbreaking initiative that leverages the blended-wing-body aircraft configuration to reduce emissions by up to 50 per cent.

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