Bombardier Aerospace expects to continue to ramp up deliveries of its Global aircraft in the second half of the year as the company sticks to estimates that it will deliver 180 business jets this year. At the same time, however, regional aircraft programs will continue to remain sluggish – with an anticipated 55 deliveries – as the Canadian conglomerate begins testing its new CSeries line in preparation for a first flight this year. Bombardier slowed output of its Global family ...
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