Bombardier and Aston Martin to build business jets together

Bombardier and Aston Martin to build business jets together


– Our demanding customers expect the company’s consistent approach to design, performance and reliability at every level of the portfolio. We will be delighted to add a new element to this experience through Aston Martin’s unique aesthetic approach, said Peter Likoray, one of Bombardier’s vice presidents.

The concluded agreement opens new opportunities for future business projects of Challenger and Global jet. – Aston Martin has a highly professional team, led in the development of cars with extensive use of quantity, craftsmanship and technical innovation. Bombardier’s customers share our customers’ desire for modern projects. We are very pleased to work with such an experienced partner. The Challenger and Global jets will allow us to rise to the height of design, said Marek Reichman, vice president and creative director of Aston Martin.


Bombardier business jets offer comfortable flights and have already been awarded many times. The interior design of the cab, such as the patented Nuage seat assembly and the sophisticated Pur Air system, confirms the Canadian manufacturer’s commitment to an unparalleled aviation experience and the safety and well-being of passengers. The Global 7500 large-cabin long-haul jet has received the prestigious Red Dot Design Award at the International Yacht & Aviation Awards. Challenger version business jets, on the other hand, are among a small number of the best-selling and best-rated corporate jets by corporate jet operators around the world.

Aston Martin is a car group that focuses on the creation of unique cars and SUVs. The iconic British brand combines cutting-edge technology, unique handcrafted craftsmanship and timeless design to produce models such as the Vantage, DB11, DBS Superleggera and the new DBX SUV. Cars from Gaydon, UK are sold to 54 countries around the world.