Triumph Aerostructures has initiated litigation against Bombardier to recover $340 million in additional development costs incurred by a redesign of the Global 7000’s wing. In response, Bombardier planned to sue Triumph for losses resulting from the program’s two-year delay. Triumph maintains that Bombardier directed changes to the original wing requirements and caused “delays, disruptions, acceleration and interference in connection with its contract.” The charges ...

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