Although Bombardier’s business aircraft backlogs remain healthy, the Learjet line continues to face headwinds as worldwide economic uncertainty continues. “High-net-worth individuals remained in the market,” says Bombardier Aerospace President Guy Hachey during an earnings call last week. “The Challenger and Global series are doing quite well.” Backlog for the Global series stood at 36 months of production in the second quarter, while those for the Challenger series were at 15 months of ...

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