Its main partner was Mitsubishi, which created the wings and central sections of the body in Japan.
In Germany, BMW Rolls Royce produced the engines, while all of the electronic instruments came from the United States.
France provided the electrical system and the computerized flight controls, such as those on the Concorde.
In Toronto, Dowty took care of the landing gear.
Three aerospace divisions of Bombardier also participated in the project: Montreal was responsible for the nose of the craft; Belfast produced the engine pods, the horizontal stabilizer and the front portion of the body; and Toronto developed not only the back portion of the body and the tail unit, but also assembled all of the parts for the entire jet.