Five years ago, regional jet pioneer Bombardier Aerospace was desperately seeking a comeback. Soaring fuel prices had made its 50-seat RJs uneconomical to operate. Rival Embraer was rolling out a family of newer and more spacious “E-Jets” in the 70-120-seat market. And the Canadian airframer’s proposal to move upmarket with an uninspiring new family of larger jets dubbed the “CSeries” was widely panned by analysts and investors. Today, the revitalized company has made its bet on the ...


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