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Bombardier shifts focus away from commercial aircraft

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Though the CRJ programme remains under Bombardier's wing, company executives made clear on 8 November that Bombardier's focus has shifted away from commercial aviation. "Bombardier is well positioned with our rail, business aircraft and aero-structures business," says chief executive Alain Bellemare during Bombardier's third quarter earnings call. "In the future, this will be where we will deploy our capital to [ensure] strong return on investment." (www.flightglobal.com) さらに...

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bettiem
bettiem 2
@Tyler Emtage: I see your point. Thank you. But with Porter being a private company and, by its recent setting up in Thunder Bay because of shortage of range of the Q400 to serve Western destinations, I hold my breath until word comes from Porter itself. The arithmetic and the shift of relationship to Viking, just might cause a major, dramatic decision. - like becoming a public company? Using raised funds to buy other aircraft? Or leaving CYTZ to make its base elsewhere? or just liquidating? It seems significant for them, - and thus for Viking. - and thus for Toronto.
tyleremtage
Tyler Emtage 1
Bombardier is selling their Q400 programme to Viking Air so the Q400 programme will not go to waste.
rapidwolve
rapidwolve 2
Not just that, but I can see Viking making modifications to it, something Bombardier seemed less willing to carry out..and this is probably the reason why.
tyleremtage
Tyler Emtage 1
You're probably right there... I would like to see some modification made to it or new features.
bettiem
bettiem 1
Have there been any comments on this from Porter Airlines? I think that their fleet consists solely of Q400s.
tyleremtage
Tyler Emtage 1
My first comment was supposed to be a reply right here.
Cansojr
Cansojr 0
Who is going to receive the CRJ? You can only go so far with a new design. I think Bombardier is and has been pragmatic about its products demand in a tough market. I think that you can only go do far with one model, the 737 is a good model. Bombardier is also playing from its strength. Smart move while other competitors flog the same old product new airaft smell.
rapidwolve
rapidwolve 1
Receive the CRJ? Noone as far as can be told, at least for right now..CRJ incorporates beautifully with the Global lineup.

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