Bombardier plans to sell the Q400 regional turboprop program to Longview Aviation Capital, parent company of Canada’s Viking Air, which previously acquired the rights to out-of-production de Havilland Canada types. Bombardier will “continue to actively participate in the regional aircraft market with the scope-compliant CRJ while we explore strategic options for the program,” CEO Alain Bellemare said, adding the focus for now is on reducing costs and increasing sales. The ...

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