Faced with lagging aircraft orders, Bombardier is reducing production of its CRJ700/900 line and eliminating some 1,330 jobs, with the cut in the larger regional jet program offset somewhat by an increase in production of Q400 turboprops. Total deliveries for the fiscal year ending Jan. 31 will be similar to last year's 337 but with a different product mix, company officials said. "The restructuring of the airline industry continues, with relatively few orders for regional jets in the ...

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