Bombardier, which missed its targets for business jet deliveries in 2013 with the delays in the Learjet 70/75 program, is expecting those shipments to increase by more than 10% in 2014. Bombardier is forecasting that it will deliver 200 business jets in 2014, up from 180 in 2013. The increase in shipments comes as Bombardier netted orders for 305 business jets in 2013. While that was down from Bombardier’s near high of 343 in 2012, it still marked a book-to-bill ratio of 1.7. The 2013 ...
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