WASHINGTON—Bombardier starts 2019 with growing business aircraft and aerostructures revenues and sufficient backlog in commercial aircraft to buy it time to improve profitability and explore strategic options for its CRJ regional-jet family. CEO Alain Bellemare described 2018 as a “solid year,” keeping Bombardier on track to meet the targets set for 2020 under the five-year turnaround plan launched in 2015. Revenues were flat at $16.2 billion, but earnings before interest ...


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