Bombardier expects its commercial aircraft unit to become profitable in 2020 relying solely on CRJ production after the sale of the Q400 program next year. Revenue at Bombardier Commercial Aircraft will continue to shrink in 2019, to a forecast $1.4 billion, the manufacturer said Dec. 6 in its 2019 business unit guidance, down from $1.7 billion in earlier guidance. The losses are expected to halve, however, to around $125 million—including the company’s share of Airbus A220 ...

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