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Crollo degli ordini per Bombardier Aerospace nel 2009
Order Slump for Bombardier Aerospace in 2009
Bombardier Q400 (DHC-8 Dash 8-402) D-ADHA operato dalla Augsburg Airways nei colori Lufthansa Regional (aeroporto Torino/Caselle, 2010). (Aeromedia)
Bombardier Q400 (DHC-8 Dash 8-402) D-ADHA operated by Augsburg Airways in Lufthansa Regional livery (Turin/Caselle airport, 2010). (Aeromedia)
Bombardier Aerospace ha annunciato che nel suo ultimo anno fiscale, concluso il 31 gennaio 2010, ha consegnato un totale di 302 nuovi aerei, rispetto ai 349 del periodo precedente 2008/09, chiuso il 31 dicembre 2009. Ha ricevuto solo 11 nuovi ordini, al netto di tutte le cancellazioni, rispetto ai 367 ordini netti del periodo precedente. Nonostante l’industria aeronautica continui a dibattersi nel pieno della crisi economica, la Bombardier Aerospace asserisce che la propria “performance” è stata solida.
“La crisi dell’economia globale, iniziata nel 2008, ha continuato ad incidere pesantemente sul mercato dell’aviazione civile per tutto il 2009,” ha detto Guy C. Hachey, Presidente e Chief Operating Officer di Bombardier Aerospace. “Mentre compare qualche segnale di stabilizzazione del mercato, restiamo cauti a causa della persistente incertezza economica. Usciremo da questa crisi come una società più forte ed efficiente.” ha aggiunto Hackey.
Nell’anno fiscale 2009/10, la Bombardier ha consegnato 176 aerei d’affari (modelli Learjet, Challenger e Global), rispetto ai 235 durante l’esercizio precedente. Le consegne di aerei business caleranno approssimativamente di un altro 15% nei prossimi dodici mesi.
Sempre nell’anno fiscale 2009/10, la ditta canadese ha consegnato 121 aerei commerciali, rispetto ai 110 dell’anno fiscale 2008/09. La Bombardier prevede che il grosso delle prossime consegne di velivoli regionali saranno concentrate nell’ultima parte dell’attuale anno fiscale. Questo a causa della riduzione delle cadenze produttive, annunciata nel 2009, e del ritardo nella certificazione ed entrata in servizio del nuovo CRJ-1000, ora previste ben avanti nel 2011. Nel proprio anno fiscale 2010/11, rispetto all’esercizio precedente, la società si aspetta un calo attorno al 20% nel numero di consegne di aerei commerciali.

(Da un comunicato stampa Bombardier Aerospace, Montréal, Quebec, Canada – 5 febbraio 2010)

Bombardier Aerospace announced today that it delivered 302 aircraft for the fiscal year ending January 31, 2010, compared to 349 aircraft deliveries in the previous fiscal year 2008/09 (year ending January 31, 2009). It received 11 aircraft orders, net of cancellations, compared to 367 orders, net of cancellations, for the previous fiscal year. With the aviation industry continuing to struggle in the current difficult economic environment, Bombardier Aerospace’s performance was solid.
“The global economic crisis which began in 2008 continued to impact the civil aviation industry throughout 2009 as conditions remained challenging,” said Guy C. Hachey, President and Chief Operating Officer, Bombardier Aerospace. “While indicators of market stabilization have started to emerge, we remain cautious as economic uncertainty still prevails. We will emerge from this crisis a stronger and more efficient company,” he added.
In fiscal year 2009/10, Bombardier delivered 176 business jets (Learjet, Challenger and Global Series), compared to 235 for the same period last fiscal year. Business aircraft deliveries for the current fiscal year 2010/11 are expected to be approximately 15 per cent less than fiscal year 2009/10.
In fiscal year 2009/10, the Canadian manufacturer delivered 121 commercial aircraft, compared to 110 for the previous fiscal year. Bombardier expects that most of the deliveries of its regional transports will take place in the last three quarters of the current fiscal year 2010/11 as a result of the production rate reductions announced in 2009 and the delay in the certification and entry into service of the CRJ-1000 aircraft to the second half of fiscal year 2011. Compared to the previous fiscal year, the Corporation expects to deliver approximately 20 per cent fewer commercial aircraft in fiscal year 2010/11.

(From a press release by Bombardier Aerospace, Montréal, Quebec, Canada – February 5, 2010)

Consegne totali nell’anno fiscale 2009/10
Fiscal Year 2009/10 Delivery Totals

 Fiscal year 2009/10
(Year ending Jan. 31, 2010)
Fiscal year 2008/09
(Year ending Jan. 31, 2009)
Fiscal year 2007/08
(Year ending Jan. 31, 2008)
Aircraft DeliveriesDeliveries
Commercial Aircraft   
CRJ Series605662
Q-Series615466
Total121110128
Business Aircraft  
Learjet Series447081
Challenger Series82115103
Global Series505048
Total (*)176235232
Amphibious Aircraft  
Bombardier 415541
Grand Total302349361

Ordini totali nell’anno fiscale 2009/10
Fiscal Year 2009/10 Net Order Totals
 Fiscal year 2009/10
(Year ending Jan. 31, 2010)
Fiscal year 2008/09
(Year ending Jan. 31, 2009)
Fiscal year 2007/08
(Year ending Jan. 31, 2008)
AircraftNet OrdersNet OrdersNet Orders
CRJ Series2247141
Q400166797
CSeries50--
TOTAL Commercial Aircraft88114238
TOTAL Business Aircraft(85)251452
TOTAL Amphibious Aircraft828
Grand Total11367698

(*) An aircraft delivery is included in the above table when the equivalent of 100 per cent of the fractional shares of an aircraft model have been sold to external customers.
Note: All fiscal year 2009/10 delivery and order numbers are unaudited.