Bombardier pursuing new range of orders with C Series

August 11, 2017 | Montreal
Written by Bloomberg News
Bombardier Inc. is pitching its CSeries jetliner for trans-Atlantic operations as the Canadian planemaker pursues a new wave of orders, buoyed by the start of flights from London City airport.


The European routes operated by Deutsche Lufthansa AG’s Swiss arm should demonstrate the plane’s abilities to potential buyers and open up the possibility of service to the U.S. that would establish its long-haul credentials, CSeries program head Rob Dewar said in a telephone interview. | READ MORE

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