Problems with the CSeries’ supply chain have forced Bombardier Aerospace to push the first flight of its baseline CS100 to as late as June 2013, up to six months later than initially planned. The Canadian airframer provided few details on the reason for the delay, offering only broad statements on the need to “harmonize” the flow of parts to the assembly base in Montreal; it also said it previously discussed issues about delays with “major systems.” Bombardier Inc. Chairman and CEO ...
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