At last, the sales side of Bombardier’s troubled C Series program appears to be on the upswing, with an order for 61 aircraft from an as-yet-unidentified European customer. And in mid-November, after many years, the Canada-based manufacturer was once again able to announce a C Series order at a major air show: Egyptair committed to purchasing up to 24 aircraft for its regional affiliate Egyptair Express. Lack of sales has plagued Bombardier for a long time, and the two orders, ...

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