Bombardier faces challenges in its key regional aircraft market as macroeconomic worries continue to put pressure on regional airlines in North America and Europe. The company still expects to deliver a total of 90 Q400 turboprops and CRJ-series regional jets this year and has not changed its production rates for 2011, said Guy Hachey, president of Bombardier Aerospace. Hachey acknowledged in a call with analysts that the company will reassess its production rates for next year. "We ...

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