At opposite ends of this city, two aircraft manufacturers are building corporate jets with near-identical cabin size, performance and price with each hoping its product, once in operation, will fare better in a difficult market. While both the Bombardier Challenger 300 and the Raytheon Aircraft Hawker Horizon programs were started at different times, they are likely to reach FAA certification within a year of each other. They also are entering a marketplace where contending aircraft from ...

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