CRJ900. Courtesy, Bombardier Bombardier’s first-quarter net profit fell 13.6% to $190 million from $220 million in the corresponding year-earlier period, partly as a consequence of lower commercial aircraft deliveries. Overall revenue declined 24.8% to $3.5 billion and its Aerospace unit saw revenue dip 31.8% to $1.5 billion. President and CEO Pierre Beaudoin cited costs associated with the Canadian manufacturer’s business aviation programs and lower commercial ...

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