As Bombardier nears end of CSeries definition phase, pressure mounts on bigger rivals
A verdict is still pending on the eventual commercial success of Bombardier’s CSeries narrowbody. But one thing is already clear—the aircraft has sounded the end of the Airbus-Boeing duopoly that has dominated the market for the past two decades. The CSeries is only one of several emerging rivals to the Airbus A320 and Boeing 737. However, the Canadian contender has already spurred the two European and U.S. airframers to review their product strategies; they plan to decide by year-end if ...
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