Bombardier has announced plans to divest its aerostructures businesses in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and Morocco and to form an integrated Bombardier Aviation unit with manufacturing operations in Canada, Mexico and the US. The new unit will combine Bombardier Business Aircraft with what remains of the company’s Commercial Aircraft and Aerostructures & Engineering Services businesses after the divestitures, transfer of the CSeries program to Airbus and sale of the QSeries regional ...

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