Turkey's AtlasJet is buying Bombardier CSeries narrowbodies, providing a much-needed boost to the Canadian manufacturer's flagship commercial airliner program. The deal, not yet firm, is for 10 single-class CS300s and five options, and valued at up to $1.18 billion. It is the first pure low-fare airline order for the CSeries, notes Bombardier Aerospace President Guy Hachey, who notes customers have spoken for 262 CSeries aircraft (133 represent firm orders). AtlasJet deliveries would start ...
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