Despite the unwillingness of engine makers CFM International and IAE to participate in Bombardier's proposed CSeries family, the Canadian manufacturer has won state funding to develop the aircraft. The Canadian government and Quebec regional authorities are to contribute $350 million, while the UK government will provide $334 million. The 110- to 130-seater will most likely be assembled in the Greater Montreal area, with large structures such as the wings, engine nacelles and empennage produced at Bombardier's UK plant in Belfast.

Source: Airline Business