C Series Will Replace Air Canada’s Embraer 190s

Credit: Bombardier
Air Canada’s first 25 Bombardier C Series CS300s will replace the airline’s Embraer E190s, and are expected to yield a reduction in cost per available seat-mile of around 10% through fuel-burn and maintenance savings. The Canadian carrier has signed a letter of intent for 45 firm CS300 orders, plus...

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