New Bombardier CSeries revealed
- Canada: Monday, March 11 - 2013 at 06:32
Canadian plane maker Bombardier Inc. has unveiled its largest plane to date, announcing "solid progress" on the $3.4bn development programme, Reuters has reported. The company's single-aisle CSeries aircraft, with seating capacity for up to 160 passengers, represent the company's attempt to break into the lower end of a 100-to-200-seat market heavily defended by Boeing and Airbus. Bombardier is aiming to capture 50% of the estimated $430bn market of 100-to-149 seat aircraft sub-category over the next 20 years, said Mike Arcamone, president of Bombardier Commercial Aircraft.
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