CS100. Courtesy, Bombardier Bombardier projected global demand for 12,800 commercial aircraft with between 20 and 149 seats over the next 20 years, down 2.3% from its year-ago prediction (ATW Daily News, May 19, 2011). It cited forecasts for lower gross domestic product (GDP) growth than previously anticipated as well higher oil prices. Nevertheless, the market for regional and low-end mainline passenger aircraft will be worth $630 billion over the next two decades, the Canadian ...

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