Bombardier Aerospace's operating profit for its fiscal first quarter ended April 30 more than doubled to C$112 million ($103.7 million) from C$55 million in the year-ago period owing to robust aircraft sales. Aerospace's revenue lifted 15% to C$2.3 billion. It received 91 net orders for regional aircraft, nearly a fivefold increase over 19 ordered in the year-ago quarter, comprising 53 regional jets and 38 turboprops. Delta Air Lines' order for 30 CRJ900s led the way, with Horizon Air and ...

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