Learjet 85 Composite Fuselage Still Challenging Bombardier

Bombardier is still struggling with the all-composite airframe of the new Learjet 85 business jet, which is moving toward a delayed first flight. In December, the Canadian manufacturer pushed back the Learjet 85’s entry into service by six months to summer 2014 because of delays in assembling the...

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