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In by a nose – Bombardier’s first CSeries takes shape

Bombardier has released the first photo of the forward fuselage structure of FTV1 (Flight Test Vehicle), its first CSeries CS100, currently under fabrication at its facilities in Mirabel, Quebec. The aircraft is expected to fly in late 2012 or early 2013. Credit: Bombardier

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Talk of 150-seat CSeries in the fray following analyst report

Bombardier is calling a report it is working on a 150-seat version of the 110/130-seat CSeries airliner “speculative”, but some analysts believe the airframer would be wise to move forward with a larger-capacity variant of the Pratt & Whitney PurePower PW1000G geared turbofan-powered aircraft. JP Morgan’s Joseph Nadol said the firm believes a 150-seat variant is […]

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Flight International cover 20-26 October: Lear comes to the future

This week Flight International examines how Bombardier met the challenge of its first all-new design in a decade.Also in the issue:A special report on military engines examining the real reason behind thrust vectoringGive it Some Gas: Shell works to optimise GTL blend after historic Qatar Airways A340-600 commercial flight Chinese Buyouts: More to come as […]

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Pic of the week (17 April) Lufthansa Regional CRJ700

This image is this week’s Pic of the Week and will appear on page 3 of this week’s Flight International. This picture of a Lufthansa Regional CRJ700, registered D-ACPF, was taken “on short finals to London Heathrow’s 27R, Sunday 29 March from the perimeter road at the East Church Road roundabout, shortly before the sun […]

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Bombardier CL415

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Bombardier Global 5000 Cutaway

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Bombardier Global 5000

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Artists impression of Bombardier C-Series in Lufthansa colours

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Learjet 60XR

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Bombardier CRJ200

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