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February 23, 2024
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Reviewing flight operations, using data from Flightradar24, we discovered that both aircraft are doing very well.  The flights tracked were through March 30.

Since we know our readers like CSeries related information, here you are.

The bottom line is that as we reported in great detail earlier, the A320neo is doing well.  There are hot spots but these appear to be airline-related issues, not the aircraft.  The CSeries has entered service with really good numbers. The program delays were annoying, but once in service, it is delivering what Bombardier promised.

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2 thoughts on “CSeries and A320neo Flight Ops

  1. This is very interesting information. Can you break this information regarding the A320neo down further by engine and region I.e. Europe versus North America versus India?

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