Fitting the CRJ Into A Restructured Bombardier

Credit: Bombardier
Bombardier’s decision to sell its aerostructures facilities in Belfast and Morocco is part of the company’s move out of commercial aviation to focus on its business jet lines and rail arm. The divestitures will follow the Canadian manufacturer’s sale of a controlling stake in the CSeries (now A220)...

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