Bombardier Logo

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The Bombardier logo features the name of the brand in black over the white background. The letters belong to a rather bold and heavy sans serif type with traditional proportions. The basic shape is a rectangle.

Meaning and history

Bombardier Logo history

Bombardier Inc. is a Canadian multinational company mainly specializing in air and railway vehicles. It was established in 1942. It has an aircraft division, Bombardier Aviation, and a railway equipment division Bombardier Transportation.

Before 2003, Bombardier Recreational Products, a manufacturer of snowcats and snowmobiles, was part of Bombardier Inc., too.

1990 – 2003

Bombardier Logo old
Before the company adopted its current wordmark, it had used the so-called sprocket-wheel logo. It did not remain the same – you can come across at least different versions. All of them feature a similar structure: a sprocket-wheel with the word “Bombardier” written across it (in the middle). The versions vary by color, typeface, and details of the wheel.

To begin with, there was a black-and-white logo. The type here looked pretty much the same as on the current wordmark.

Bombardier old Logo

Also, there was a logo in dark blue and white. While the sprocket-wheel resembled the one on the black-and-white logo described above, the type was lighter.

Bombardier Emblem

You can also come across a Bombardier logo in dark green and white. Here, the spikes on the wheel had rounded angles. The type was italicized and featured distinctive “thorns.”

2003 – now

Bombardier Logo
In 2003, they decided to use just the wordmark from then on. It still used the big letters, but the font became a more upright and basic sans-serif typeface. The usual colors would be black, but it could be anything if necessary.