In a bet on better times ahead, Bombardier is pressing on with its long-awaited replacement of the Learjet 40XR and 45XR with the launch of Learjet 70 and 75. Although this smaller end of the business aircraft market is still far from recovery, Learjet Vice President and General Manager Ralph Acs, notes: “The market will get better over time,” and the company is at a point where it should be “refreshing” its offering. “We want to come out of the down market with fresh, new products.” ...
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