As Boeing and Airbus head into the new year, the world’s dominant aircraft manufacturers face their own separate challenges but share one common issue: reaching their targeted output on single-aisle and widebody aircraft. Deep structural change is nearing in the regional aircraft market that Bombardier may exit following the sale of the C Series and Q400 programs. Embraer is awaiting clearance to hand over control of its commercial aircraft division to Boeing, the final move that would ...

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