Is Bombardier winding down its Lear operations?

March 16, 2017 | WIchita, Kan.
Written by The Wichita Eagle
It has been nearly four years since Bombardier Business Aircraft has certified a new Learjet.


In that time, competitors Cessna and Embraer have received Federal Aviation Administration type certification on at least nine clean-sheet or upgraded light and midsize business jets.

That doesn’t include Cirrus, which last fall certified its first business jet, the Vision, and Honda Aircraft’s HondaJet, which was awarded type certification in 2015. | READ MORE

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