Bryan Bedford, chairman and CEO of the airline that is the biggest buyer of the Bombardier CSeries, says he remains concerned about the dearth of orders for the new aircraft and worries it could face the same fate as Boeing’s 717. But Bedford was coy about whether there is any out in Republic Airways’ contract with Bombardier if CSeries orders do not exceed a certain level. Republic, the first North American customer for the CSeries, ordered 40 of the aircraft, with an additional 40 on ...
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