Bombardier Inc was incorporated under the laws of Canada on June 19, 1902. The Company is engaged in aerospace and transportation business. The Company operates in two divisions, Bombardier Aerospace and Bombardier Transportation. The Bombardier Aerospace division designs, manufactures, and supports aviation products comprising business aircrafts; commercial aircrafts, including regional jets, turboprops, and single-aisle mainline jets; and specialized and amphibious aircrafts. This division also offers aircraft parts, maintenance, and training services; and online services, as well as Flex jet fractional ownership and flight entitlement programs. The Bombardier Transportation division designs, manufactures, and supports rail vehicles, such as automated people movers, monorails, light rail vehicles, rapid transits, metros, commuter/regional trains, intercity/high-speed trains, locomotives; and propulsion and controls, and bogies, as well as rail transportation systems solutions, and rail control solutions for mass transit and mainline systems. This division also provides fleet maintenance, operations and maintenance, vehicle refurbishment and modernization, and material management solutions. The Company's production sites are situated in Canada, the U.S., the United Kingdom (Northern Ireland), and Mexico. The Company's business jets, regional jets, turboprops, and amphibious firefighters are celebrated internationally for their reliable, superior performance. In addition, each aircraft has the support of world-class Bombardier technical and maintenance services. The Company has products including passenger rail vehicles and total transit systems. It also manufactures locomotives, bogies, propulsion and controls and provides rail control solutions.