C Series Begins to Move Bombardier’s Revenue Needle

Credit: Bombardier
Bombardier now expects to deliver 30 C Series aircraft in 2017, at the lower end of the expected 30–35-aircraft range set by availability of Pratt & Whitney PW1500G geared-turbofan engines. “So far, Pratt & Whitney is on the revised schedule provided to us,” Bombardier President and CEO Alain...

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