Day four in Paris, and a question that has not been answered yet is whether, as Bombardier and Embraer believe, there is a market for their new aircraft at the airlines now ordering Airbus A320NEOs and Boeing 737MAXs by the hundreds. It is less of an issue for Embraer, which launched its 88-132-seat E-Jet E2 family here on Monday with 365 orders and other commitments anchored by its traditional regional-airline customer base. But it is crucial for Bombardier, which is trying to create a ...


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