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  • ANALYSIS: What you will and won't see at 2015 Paris air show


    ​Paris is the undisputed queen of the air shows. The most venerable – the first was staged in 1909 – it is also by far the largest, with over 2,200 exhibitors and almost 140,000 professional visitors turning up to the 2013 event. The week-long bonanza – with four trade days – is not to everyone’s taste. Its sheer scale and location – on a business airfield in a down-at-heel suburb north of the city, often gridlocked during the week – mean getting into and around the show can be difficult. Humidity and frequent downpours can add to the discomfort. However, there is no doubt that the biennial event remains the place to meet and be seen for anyone in the aerospace industry.


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  • PARIS: Ilyushin Finance navigates choppy domestic waters


    ​Only a year ago Ilyushin Finance seemed in a very different position. A longstanding debate about its mixed ownership...


  • PARIS: Bombardier works to boost appeal of CRJ, Q400


    ​Bombardier plans to reinvigorate its marketing efforts on the Q400 turboprop and CRJ regional jet after admitting that...


  • Two CSeries variants going to Paris, CS300 to join flying display


    ​Bombardier confirms both CSeries variants will be featured in the static display at the Paris air show next month,...


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  • PARIS: Ilyushin Finance navigates choppy domestic waters

    News | 17 Jun 2015 06:15 | Stephen Trimble

    ​Only a year ago Ilyushin Finance seemed in a very different position. A longstanding debate about its mixed ownership structure was finally poised for resolution. Negotiations remained active last summer with Bombardier about a proposal to buy 100 locally-built Q400 turboprops, as the Russian lessor waited for CSeries deliveries to begin in mid-2015.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/PARIS-Ilyushin-Finance-navigates-choppy-domestic-waters-413270/
  • PARIS: Bombardier works to boost appeal of CRJ, Q400

    News | 14 Jun 2015 13:11 | Dominic Perry

    ​Bombardier plans to reinvigorate its marketing efforts on the Q400 turboprop and CRJ regional jet after admitting that it has neglected the two aircraft in recent years. In addition, it is evaluating future engine options and other changes for both types in a bid to drive performance improvements.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/PARIS-Bombardier-works-to-boost-appeal-of-CRJ-Q400-413510/
  • ANA Holdings-led consortium to set up new MRO firm

    News | 02 Jun 2015 02:53 | Aaron Chong

    ​A consortium led by All Nippon Airways (ANA) Holdings has launched a new MRO company, MRO Japan, at Naha Airport in Okinawa.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/ANA-Holdings-led-consortium-to-set-up-new-MRO-firm-412969/
  • ​Saab sees subs driving MPA demand in Southeast Asia

    News | 29 May 2015 09:13 | Greg Waldron

    Saab continues to see interest in Southeast Asia for maritime surveillance and patrol aircraft.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Saab-sees-subs-driving-MPA-demand-in-Southeast-Asia-412884/
  • Two CSeries variants going to Paris, CS300 to join flying display

    News | 12 May 2015 18:49 | Stephen Trimble

    ​Bombardier confirms both CSeries variants will be featured in the static display at the Paris air show next month, while one of the aircraft – the first CS300 test vehicle – will participate in the flying display.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Two-CSeries-variants-going-to-Paris-CS300-to-join-flying-display-412232/
  • ANALYSIS: What you will and won't see at 2015 Paris air show

    News | 12 May 2015 08:24 | Murdo Morrison

    ​Paris is the undisputed queen of the air shows. The most venerable – the first was staged in 1909 – it is also by far the largest, with over 2,200 exhibitors and almost 140,000 professional visitors turning up to the 2013 event. The week-long bonanza – with four trade days – is not to everyone’s taste. Its sheer scale and location – on a business airfield in a down-at-heel suburb north of the city, often gridlocked during the week – mean getting into and around the show can be difficult. Humidity and frequent downpours can add to the discomfort. However, there is no doubt that the biennial event remains the place to meet and be seen for anyone in the aerospace industry.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/ANALYSIS-What-you-will-and-wont-see-at-2015-Paris-air-show-412151/