Bombardier has made a last-ditch attempt to reopen the U.S. investigation into pricing of the C Series, but may have been misled by reporting on the increased range Embraer is now quoting for the E190-E2. The Canadian manufacturer on Jan. 23 filed a request with the International Trade Commission (ITC) to reopen the record, citing a press report that the E190-E2’s range is now 2,900 nm—the minimum set as the scope for the ITC’s investigation of the 100–150-seat large ...

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