The C Series program that the new Airbus-Bombardier joint venture takes over July 1 is far from a challenge-free operation. It has a thin operator base, supply-chain issues, and has booked just one new order in 2018.  But while all is not perfect for the Canadian company, the situation is better than just a few months ago and seems to be on a course that suggests steady improvement. Early production delays are slowly easing 2018 delivery target of 40 could still be a ...

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