Guy Hachey, the president of Canada’s Bombardier Aerospace, is surprisingly candid when asked what keeps him awake at night. The first concern he names is the ability of a key supplier, Aviation Industries of China, to deliver high-quality center fuselages in large volumes for his company’s new CSeries jet. Bombardier’s future as a major player in the commercial aircraft industry could very well rest on its ability to pull off the $3.5-billion CSeries development. The aircraft, offered ...
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