Bombardier’s U.K. unit is handling some tasks originally assigned to Shenyang Aircraft in the CSeries development program, with a view to eventually returning the work to the Avic Group unit, Bombardier says. Problems that arose at Shenyang raised program risks, resulting in the decision earlier this year to shift the work temporarily, says Andy Solem, VP for North Asian sales of Bombardier Commercial Aircraft, although he declined to specify the exact difficulties encountered. So, ...
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