It began life as a maker of cast-off airplanes and at one point was near collapse, but Bombardier Aerospace is demonstrating enviable resilience during the market downturn—due in large measure to its top-end business jets—while investing billions in new models. The Montreal-based original equipment manufacturer plans to deliver 240 business and commercial aircraft this year. While that figure represents a notable decline from just a few years ago when the company delivered 400 aircraft, ...

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