Bombardier Could Offer 160-Seat CSeries

Bombardier Commercial Aircraft is considering a high-density version of its largest CSeries, the CS300, to meet growing demand from airlines for an aircraft with 160 seats. The Canadian airframer is hoping to make a decision “in the next few months,” Rob Dewar, VP and general manager for the CSeries...

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