Airbus’ decision to re-engine most of its narrowbody family boosts Bombardier’s CSeries program rather than hindering sales, says the Canadian manufacturer’s top aerospace executive. The European airframer claims its plan to offer two new engines on its A320, A321 and A319 starting in late 2012 makes the CSeries’ business case redundant. But Guy Hachey, president and chief operating officer for Bombardier Aerospace, not only dismisses such claims, he also counters that Airbus’ ...
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