Business-aircraft manufacturers have spent the last few years putting their houses in order for a market with slow growth and orders heavily biased toward larger aircraft. Some companies have been forced to cope with disrupted product plans. Others are dealing with strategic industry shifts. Bombardier is in the process of exiting commercial-aircraft development and focusing its aerospace resources on business aviation. Embraer’s commercial-aircraft business is to become part of a ...

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