Bombardier Aerospace continued to build its order book for both its business jets and commercial aircraft in the first quarter, pushing a combined backlog to a record $38.5 billion by the end of March. Bombardier took in net orders for 46 business aircraft in the first quarter, almost 75% more than the 27 booked in the same period last year. Commercial aircraft orders, meanwhile, jumped from a single order in the first quarter of 2013 to 43 in the most recent quarter. As a result, ...
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