Canadian manufacturer Bombardier confirmed that it is to shift final assembly of its Global family of bizjets to a new facility at Toronto Pearson airport, describing it as “a strategic move for Bombardier and a strong commitment to Ontario’s aerospace industry”. The aircraft are currently assembled at the company’s plant at Downsview in Mississauga, which is some 19 km from Pearson. The new Global Manufacturing Centre will open in early 2023 and will cover 92,903m² (1 million sq ft) on a plot measuring 165,921m² (41 acres). Once fully operational, it is estimated that the facility will be able to produce up to 100 Global 5500, 6500 and 7500 each year.
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