Bombardier is confident the CSeries will enter service in 2013 despite a few areas of concern, Bombardier Aerospace President Guy Hachey told analysts yesterday at the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) show in Las Vegas. With entry into service planned for the end of the year 2013, CSeries’ first flight should occur by the end of 2012, says Hachey. “We have used up much of our contingency time,” Hachey says. “We do have pressures in the overall schedule.” There are five ...
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