CRJ700. Courtesy, Bombardier Bombardier said "current market demand" drove its decision to cut CRJ production rates starting in January, an acknowledgement of slowing regional jet sales. The Canadian manufacturer said it is still on track to deliver 90 commercial aircraft (a mix of CRJs and Q400s) this year and emphasized that the production cut will not necessitate any layoffs, only transfers of personnel. Bombardier delivered 97 commercial aircraft, including the first ...

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