Redesign of the wing is the major driver behind a two-year delay in entry into service of the Bombardier Global 7000 long-range, large-cabin business aircraft, to the second half of 2018, says CEO Alain Bellemare. The new wing for the Global 7000, and longer-range Global 8000, is designed to provide both short-field and long-range performance and is the “most advanced wing in the industry,” he says, adding that meeting the dual requirements “from an aerodynamic standpoint ...

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