Milestone aircraft are always worth noting, and Bombardier marked two Nov. 12, when it delivered its 1,000th Dash 8/Q-Series regional turboprop and its 400th Global business jet. The event took place at the company’s Toronto facility at Downsview Airport, where both series are manufactured, along with Learjet wings. The Downsview plant began building airplanes in World War II, when Britain’s de Havilland Aircraft moved Mosquito production there to be out of reach of German bombers. After ...
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