Lagging regional aircraft deliveries and sales drove down Bombardier Aerospace's earnings and revenues in the fiscal second quarter ended July 31. The aviation unit of the Canadian transportation manufacturer reported earnings before interest and taxes of $66 million for the quarter, down 13.2% from EBIT of $76 million in the year-ago period, on a 3.6% drop in revenues to $1.89 billon. Bombardier Aerospace President and COO Pierre Beaudoin attributed the falloff to fewer CRJ deliveries and ...

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