Bombardier delays CSeries first flight, EIS by six months

CSeries 100. Courtesy, Bombardier Bombardier has postponed entry into service (EIS) of the CSeries, its foray into the narrowbody aircraft sector, from late 2013 to around the end of June 2014. The Canadian manufacturer had hoped to avoid the program delays that have plagued recent Airbus and Boeing...

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