Bombardier reveals CSeries specs; shows off adaptable interior

Lufthansa finally firmed up its letter of interest for 30 CSeries aircraft today, opting for the newly-designated CS100 in 115-seat configuration. The aircraft is headed to Lufthansa’s Swiss unit.

And what better way to celebrate the event than a new CSeries web site with some nice detail? Bombardier has done just that, erecting http://www.nowisthefuture.com for those of us who just can’t get enough.

If you do a bit of digging in the library section, you’ll find all of the airliner’s latest specs. But for the interiors-minded amongst us, check out the adaptable interior of the 130-seat CS300:

 

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2 Responses to Bombardier reveals CSeries specs; shows off adaptable interior

  1. Anonymous March 12, 2009 at 9:30 am #

    Runway Girl, where have you been? The Bombardier CSeries web site http://www.nowisthefuture.com has been running for at least a year!!!

  2. Mary Kirby March 12, 2009 at 9:39 am #

    How bizarre. And here Bomber told me they just launched it! Thanks for the heads up. A quick skim of the specs – dated 2009 – show the same figures as July 2008. I wonder if another update is forthcoming. Gary Scott said yesterday that Bombardier has tweaked the specs, but the sheet on the site doesn’t suggest that. Ho hum…