Bombardier Commercial Aircraft president Gary Scott announced Wednesday he will retire Oct. 1.
Bombardier Commercial Aircraft president Gary Scott announced Wednesday he will retire Oct. 1. Bombardier Aerospace president and COO Guy Hachey will lead the company's commercial aircraft unit until a replacement is named, the Canadian manufacturer stated. Scott said in a statement that he plans to "devote more time to my family." He cited the development of the CSeries program as a particular achievement and said the company's foray into the narrowbody aircraft ...
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