(Bloomberg) — Bombardier Inc. is bracing for a drop of at least 30% in sales of private jets — the heart of its business — as the coronavirus pandemic pummels demand.The company’s business-aircraft division already suffered “a significant slowdown in order intake” in March, Bombardier said in a statement Thursday as it reported results. While the order book for the marquee Global 7500 is “largely intact,” the manufacturer is cutting spending and deferring discretionary investments to shore up profitability at lower production levels.The weak demand outlook is raising the pressure on new Chief Executive Officer Eric Martel as the company exits its operations in commercial planes and rail equipment. Bombardier burned through $1.6 billion of free cash flow in the first quarter,