Montreal-based aircraft maker Bombardier has delivered the first two business jets from its Global7500 line in Canada to the Chartright Air Group.
The aircraft maker noted in a statement on Jun 30 that it has increased the production of this aircraft model with orders for more than 50 Global7500 and growing demand for this line. The two jets sold to Chartright will operate from the Pearson Airport in Toronto.
Éric Martel, president and chief executive officer at Bombardier said that this aircraft is assembled in Toronto and completed and delivered from Montreal.
The Global7500 is part of Bombardier’s over 4,900 private aircraft that are in service around the world at present. Chartright provides business and private aircraft charters across North America.