Bombardier Aerospace has begun work on the two first flight test Learjet 85 aircraft, and the complete aircraft static test article is under way, with the production of composite components including the unique 32-ft. composite pressure fuselage. Joining the forward fuselage to the main pressure fuselage, as well as the assembly of the aft fuselage, vertical stabilizer and tailcone fuselage sections, are ongoing at Bombardier sites in Wichita and Querétaro, Mexico. The first shipments of ...
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