MIRABEL, Canada—Boosted by new orders for its Q400, Bombardier has dusted off plans to move production of the cockpit and wing for the regional turboprop from Toronto to lower-cost locations outside Canada. The move is part of Bombardier Commercial Aircraft’s renewed attention on its legacy regional aircraft product line, now that it is largely behind heavy investments for developing the C Series. These investments include a new cabin interior for CRJ-series regional jets, ...

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