Bombardier is still struggling with the all-composite airframe of the new Learjet 85 business jet, which is moving toward a delayed first flight. In December, the Canadian manufacturer pushed back the Learjet 85’s entry into service by six months to summer 2014 because of delays in assembling the aircraft in Wichita. By mid-March, the first Learjet 85 was in the second-to-last assembly station before first flight, Guy Hachey, president and CEO of Bombardier, told investors last ...
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