Prudently, Bombardier lines up suppliers and keeps CSeries development on track
It has been a productive, albeit quiet, 12 months since Bombardier and LuftÂhansa unveiled the first solid intent to purchase the 110-130-seat CSeries family of aircraft. While the public focus remains on the firm order countâ€”which includes the German carrierâ€™s Swiss International Air Lines unit and Dublin-based lessor Lease Corp. Internationalâ€”design features have neared finalization and suppliers have pushed forward with their own research and development programs. Bombardier is ...
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