MONTREAL - Bombardier Inc. projects 9,000 business jets will be delivered industry-wide over the next 10 years, just days after the Montreal-based company announced it was shedding jobs because of weak demand for the aircraft.
Bombardier Inc. is playing down expectations it will announce a swell of new orders for its new C Series airliner at the Paris air show next month as market skepticism lingers over the company's existing order book for the plane.
Bombardier Inc. is laying off approximately 1,750 workers as it curtails production of its largest business jet - another blow to the company as its commercial aircraft division continues to sap most of its time, energy and money.
China's two biggest trainmakers are reportedly considering a bid to take a controlling stake in Bombardier Inc.'s railway unit, but the deal would likely face considerable opposition - not the least of which would come from Bombardier itself ...
BombardierBombardier Inc continues to test the CSeries, its biggest jet to date. With seating for as many as 160 passengers, the plane is intended to challenge Airbus and Boeing's single- aisle models.