Bombardier is to shed up to 130 agency and contract jobs at its aerospace plant in Belfast.
Bombardier is looking to create up to 150 jobs at its Derby-based train manufacturing business, which vacancies in engineering, project management and procurement.
Bombardier is looking to recruit 122 staff to work in engineering, procurement and operations at its site in Derby, as part of a £20m investment in new facilities.
Bombardier is to shed up to 390 jobs at its Belfast-based aerospace business, including 300 temporary jobs.
Bombardier of Canada is to shed 1,800 jobs, which is likely to affect sites in Belfast, Burton, Crewe, Derby and Plymouth.
Bombardier is to create 250 new jobs at its aircraft wings plant in Belfast.
Bombardier is to shed about 1,400 of the 3,000 jobs at its train manufacturing plant in Derby.
Bombardier has confirmed plans to relocate its rail services division and 130 staff from a number of sites to Wetmore Road in Burton in March.
Bombardier is to create between 200 and 400 new jobs at its train manufacturing plant in Derby.
Bombardier is planning to shed up to 40 of the 340 permanent engineering and design jobs at its train manufacturing business in Derby.
Bombardier is to shed 86 of the 500 jobs at its train maintenance operation in Crewe.
Bombardier is to shed 975 of the 6,000 jobs at its aerospace factories in Belfast, Newtownabbey, Newtownards and Dunmurry.
Bombardier is to shed 300 jobs at its aerospace factory in Belfast over the next few months, as part of a strategy to shed 1,340 jobs worldwide.
Bombardier has bought the 60,000 sq ft Time 24 railway wiring products factory in Derby, securing the future of 87 jobs.
Bombardier is to shed about 45 non-production jobs at its train maintenance operation in Crewe.
Bombardier is looking to recruit up to 50 technical staff at its train manufacturing operations in Derby.
Bombardier is to close its Plant Works railway maintenance operation in Doncaster next month, but the contracts and up to 20 staff will transfer to Webtec.
Bombardier is to shed 200 of the 333 jobs at its rail maintenance depot at Chart Leacon in Kent, as a contract with South West Trains will end in December.
Bombardier is to create up to 50 engineering jobs at its train manufacturing plant in Derby.
Bombardier is to create an unspecified number of mechanical and electrical jobs at its transport maintenance plant in Crewe, in order to expand the existing 622-strong workforce.
Bombardier is to shed a further 210 of the 700 jobs at its train parts and repair plant in Crewe.
Bombardier is to create 115 new jobs in Derby and 120 jobs at its maintenance facility in Ilford, having won orders worth £138m to renovate train carriages.
Bombardier has confirmed plans to shed almost 280 jobs at its train parts and repair plant in Crewe, while a smaller plant in Swindon will close with the loss of 11 jobs.
Bombardier is said to be considering plans to shed up to 500 jobs at its rail repair works in Crewe, having rejected proposals for a management buy-out of the site.
Bombardier is to shed 560 jobs at its train manufacturing plant in Derby and 165 jobs at its maintenance depot in Ilford.
Bombardier is to close its Crewe Works train maintenance plant with the loss of up to 1,100 jobs, unless immediate productivity improvements are achieved.
Bombardier is planning to close train manufacturing facilities in Doncaster, Wakefield and Derby with the loss of 1,300 jobs, but its main factory in Derby will remain open.
Bombardier is to recruit 100 extra workers in Derby to work on a £250m train maintenance contract for Midland Mainline.
Bombardier has bought Chapman Transport Seating, which employs about 150 people in Derby, Surrey and South Wales, out of administration.
Bombardier is seeking permission to build a new train maintenance depot in Derby, with the creation of 60 jobs.
Bombardier has announced plans to shed up to 1,800 jobs at its Shorts aerospace factory in east Belfast.
Bombardier has announced plans to shed 240 jobs at its Shorts aerospace factory in east Belfast by the end of the year.
Bombardier is looking to sell off Belfast City Airport, which employs about 360 staff, by the end of the year.
Bombardier is to manufacture the fuselage for its new corporate jet at the Shorts factory in Belfast, securing the future of 400 jobs.
Bombardier Transportation is to close the former Derby locomotive works at Pride Park and relocate 240 staff to its site in Litchurch Lane, while production of train wheels and 85 jobs will move from Litchurch Lane to Crewe.
Bombardier is to shed up to 2,000 of the 7,600 jobs at its Shorts aerospace factory in Belfast by the end of 2002.
Bombardier of Canada has acquired Adtranz from DaimlerChrysler for £478m, creating one of the world's largest rail equipment groups.
Bombardier has announced plans to build a new 90-seater regional jet that will support 400 jobs at its Shorts division in Belfast.
Bombardier is planning a £100m expansion at its Short Brothers aircraft manufacturing business in Northern Ireland over the next three years, with the creation of about 1,200 jobs.
Bombardier has won a £31m contract to build up to 24 automatic metro cars for the Docklands Light Railway in London.
Bombardier is to sell its 50% stake in Shorts Missiles Systems to joint venture partner Thomson-CSF, and is also looking to sell its Bournemouth-based defence services division.
Bombardier is to start work on a new £30m train depot at the Barton Business Park near Burton in January, and recruitment of the 250 staff is due to start in the spring.
Bombardier of Canada has won permission from East Staffordshire Borough Council to build a rail maintenance depot near Burton, but the company is still considering other sites.
Bombardier of Canada is considering three sites in the Midlands to set up a rail maintenance depot, which will create about 250 jobs.
Bombardier is seeking a site in the West Midlands to set up a new plant to maintain Virgin's fleet of Cross-Country trains, and up to 300 jobs will be created.
Bombardier has opened a new office in Derby to manage the maintenance of Virgin's train fleets, and the workforce is expected to rise from 15 to 40.