After an eightmonth delay, the Canadian company finally put its latest jet, which can carry up to 125 passengers, in the air.
Meant to compete with Boeing's 737 and Airbus' A320, the new Canadian jet leverages the latest, most efficient engines.
The company bought a 2006 Bombardier Global Express that could have gone for as much as $29 million.
Bombardier Recreational Products has signed a seven-year deal with Dell.
Yotta Yotta said Wednesday that it raised a $26 million third round of funding. Investors included Banc of America Securities, Noble Networks, Bombardier Trust, Davenport Capital Ventures, The Grosvenor Funds, Optical Capital Group, Morgan Keegan, Desjardins and TechnoCap. Seattle-based Yotta Yotta has raised a total of $50 million, with an increase in valuation with its latest round. Yotta Yotta's software and hardware allows companies to store data in multiple geographic locations and access it from one of the locations should one area go down.