Makers of regional aircraft await the recovery in airplane orders but move forward on new and derivative programs.
Makers of regional aircraft await the recovery but move forward on programs Unfortunately for manufacturers ofregional aircraft, the downturn in orders did not magically stop at the 100-seat barrier, the traditional—albeit increasingly elastic—demarcation line separating big and small commercial transports. Regional OEMs also experienced a challenging year in which both Bombardier and Embraer announced large workforce reductions and production cutbacks. Interestingly, ...
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