MontrÃ©al, Canada-based Bombardier has welcomed Zoom Air, India´s newest airline, to its family of more than 100 CRJ Series aircraft owners and operators with the airline´s recent launch of CRJ200 regional jet service, the company said.
Gurgaon, Haryana-based Zoom Air acquired the aircraft from a third party. The airline will operate from the Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi and will serve 16 destinations, connecting smaller cities and towns across the country.
Bombardier´s Q Series turboprops, CRJ Series regional jets, and all-new C Series aircraft are well positioned to meet India´s requirements for increased numbers of commercial aircraft in the 60- to 150-seat market segment.
Bombardier operates a regional support office in Gurgaon, and GMR Aero Technic supports operators of Q400 aircraft from its authorized service facility in Hyderabad.
Bombardier is a manufacturer of both planes and trains. In the fiscal year ended December 31, 2016, the company posted revenues of USD 16.3bn.