The top scorer clinks his last commercial plane line


Bombardier sold its shares in C-Series aircraft, which is in the picture of 2013, which corresponds to Airbus, but claims to be planning a Canadair Regional Jets or CRJ

Canadian manufacturer Bombardier said on Tuesday that it will be planning its last commercial airspace – Canadair Regional Jet or CRJ after the last redistribution.


"We want to keep that line," said Ellen Bellemer, executive executive of analysts, and noted that only one other player, embraer, is selling this from 75 to 100 regional aircrafts.

He left the opportunity to join another Aeronautics firm, but as the top scorer tries to upgrade planes and tries to increase sales.

Last week, the aviation firms, which were announced last week, were announced on the future of the Bombardier for the Canadian investment banking turboproprophic line of the cluster zone and its sales were sold at Airbus in Airbus.

At the same time, the company has employed 5,000 engineering jobs, or seven percent of its labor.

"We may look at partnerships if this is the point of view, but the main focus is on now (sales), so that we have a long-term vision on this product," Belle said.

"We're going to try to work and see where it goes," he added.

The Bombardier was sold at 1,900 CRJ, as the program began in the early 1990s, but the demand fell to the last wave with only a few orders.

Last week Bellemare noted that the Bombardier continues to lose money on the production of CRJ, and wanted to see parts suppliers to reduce costs.

Prior to that, the company decided that control of new brand aircraft, known as A220, European Giant Airbus, including Airbus sales and marketing,

Aircraft and train manufacturers are still producing business jets.


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