Bombardier is working hard to deliver on its promises for the Learjet 85. The project suffered a well-reported upset last year when program partner Grob Aerospace filed for bankruptcy. Bombardier had contracted Grob not only to design the all-new composite Lear 85 airframe, but also to build around 40 aircraft before the work transitioned back to Bombardier. With little warning Bombardier had to take back the program and fund the entire design, development and manufacturing work ...
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