Bombardier may find it's not as simple as A-B-CSeries to capture a share of the 90-150-seat market segment
Bombardier Aerospace is highlighting its planned commercial aircraft offering, the CSeries, at the Paris air show--where it also hopes to challenge naysayers and announce customer commitments, an engine maker and possibly the program launch date. The Canadian manufacturer's stab at the 90-150-seat market--its first venture into this commercial realm--has met harsh industry skepticism since the company floated the idea in 2004 at Farnborough. The argument: Bombardier's experience lies in ...
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