WASHINGTON—Republic Airways Holdings, operating under Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection since February, has reached an agreement with Bombardier to defer its orders and options for the C Series aircraft. Bombardier earlier this year indicated it had moved Republic back in its order book, freeing up earlier production slots for new customers such as Air Canada and Delta Air Lines. In an Oct. 26 filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Indianapolis-based Republic says it ...

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