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Porter Airlines Signs Purchase Agreement for up to 30 Bombardier CS100 Aircraft; Becomes CSeries Aircraft’s Canadian Launch Customer.

Porter Airlines revealed as the “unidentified Americas-based” CSeries aircraft customer CSeries flight deck and cabin demonstrator on display at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Transaction includes purchase rights on six Q400 NextGen aircraf. Bombardier Aerospace announced today that Porter Airlines has signed a conditional purchase agreement for 12 CS100airliners, with options for an additional 18 CS100 aircraft. The… Read More ›

Bombardier Appoints New Leader at its Amsterdam Service Centre.

Ian Ludlow joins Bombardier Aerospace and brings 30 years of industry experience to the post of General Manager. Bombardier Aerospace today strengthened its position as the maintenance and repair service provider of choice for its European customers with the appointment of industry veteran Ian Ludlow as General Manager of its Amsterdam Service Centre. Mr. Ludlow… Read More ›

Hydraulic System Now Ready to Power Bombardier CSeries Aircraft Systems Integration Test Rig.

Collaborative approach to global supply chain management delivering positive results in development of the CSeries aircraft Bombardier Aerospace announced today that the hydraulic system for its all-new CSeries aircraft has been commissioned on “Aircraft 0”* – the company’s on-the-ground systems test rig. Along with the electrical system, which was commissioned earlier this year, the hydraulic… Read More ›

Exciting and Productive Week for Bombardier Aerospace at the Singapore Airshow.

Confirms two previously unidentified airlines: Garuda Indonesia and Ethiopian Airlines Announces OEM-owned service centre in Singapore for business aircraft; and Singapore-based commercial aircraft sales office Also announces order for two Q400 NextGen by Horizon Air Attracts significant interest with its business aircraft on static  Bombardier Aerospace wrapped up its participation at the Singapore Airshow after… Read More ›

Bombardier Adds Five Challenger 850 Jets to Its Order Book.

Bombardier Aerospace today announced that it received a firm order for five Challenger 850 jets from an undisclosed customer. The total value of the order is approximately $156 million US, based on the 2011 list price for typically equipped aircraft. The Challenger 850 jet combines outstanding dependability with an executive cabin and the superior level… Read More ›

Turkey’s Atlasjet Signs for up to 15 Bombardier CS300 Airliners.

First low-fare carrier is tenth customer to order CSeries aircraft. Bombardier Aerospace announced today that Atlasjet Havacilik A.S. of Istanbul, Turkey has signed a letter of intent (LOI) to acquire 10 CS300 jetliners and take options on a further five CS300 aircraft. Based on the list price of the CS300 airliner, a firm-order contract would… Read More ›

Wind Tunnel Tests Further Validate Aerodynamic Design and Support Fuel Efficiency Projections of the CSeries Aircraft

Today, Bombardier Aerospace confirmed that final results of a three-phase wind tunnel test program provided further validation of the CSeries aircraft’s aerodynamic design. They also support design predictions that the CSeries aircraft, optimized specifically for the growing 100- to 149-seat market, will deliver a step-change in fuel efficiency. The wind tunnel tests also contributed to… Read More ›

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