Improved demand for larger regional jets and sustained sales of its Q400 turboprop helped Bombardier post the highest level of annual regional aircraft net orders since fiscal 2007. The 138 sales recorded in calendar 2012 compare with 54 net orders recorded in fiscal 2011 and exceed all annual sales since the airframer posted a record 238 orders in fiscal 2006. Bombardier’s 2012 total includes 73 CRJ Series—up from the four CRJs posted in the company’s 2011 comparison—and 50 Q400s, ...
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