Farnborough Airshow attendees will be among the first to see an example of why Bombardier is confident in its ability to remain a relevant commercial aircraft manufacturer after July 1, when Airbus takes majority control of the C Series program.  The Canadian manufacturer will use the year’s most prestigious aerospace trade show to exhibit the first CRJ outfitted with its Atmosphere cabin—a Delta Air Lines CRJ900. A revamped cabin is not necessarily a needle-mover for a ...

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