Bombardier Belfast Wins Learjet 85 Composite Work

Aviation International News » February 2011
January 30, 2011, 9:15 AM

Bombardier Aerospace’s facility in Belfast, Northern Ireland, has been selected to develop and produce the composite wing skin panels and spar components for the Learjet 85. Final assembly of the wings will take place at Bombardier’s production plant in Querétaro, Mexico, as previously announced. The Belfast plant will produce the primary wing structures using the same resin transfer infusion process being developed for the composite wings of the Bombardier C Series airliner.

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