We had the opportunity to speak with Rob Dewar, Vice President and General Manager, CSeries Program, Bombardier Commercial Aircraft after the initial CSeries operations at London City Airport earlier today. AirInsight: Thanks for being with us today. Rob, the approach...
SWISS today completed its first flight from Zurich to London City Airport with the Bombardier CS100 aircraft, which is now the largest and longest-range aircraft to serve this aircraft close to London’s financial district. The following infographic from Bombardier...
This week Bombardier sent their CS100 to London City Airport for certification testing. This airport has unique requirements because of a steep glideslope going into the airport. Based out of Stansted for tests, Bombardier took their aircraft in and out of LCY. ...
Bombardier announced that its 2016 C Series deliver schedule will be delayed, while citing the statistics from the first two aircraft in service with Swiss. The good news is that the two CS100 aircraft in service with SWISS have collectively flown nearly...
Embraer recently announced another E2 program milestone with their third E2 prototype making its first flight. The company is generally out of the public eye, being based in a quiet city in Brazil. But the firm develops world-class products. Its current E-jets are...
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