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Bombardier Forms New Aviation Arm

Bombardier is to consolidate its aerospace divisions into a single entity, named Bombardier Aviation. The move comes after the de Havilland Canada brand – including all aircraft from the 1946 DHC-1 Chipmunk ab-initio trainer to the still in-production Q400 turboprop

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Air Vanuatu Orders Four A220s

Air Vanuatu has become an Airbus customer with the purchase of four A220s. The order, split equally between the 116-seat -100 and larger -300 variants, makes it the type launch customer in the Pacific region. Deliveries are scheduled to begin

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#FIA16: Bombardier CS300 Awarded Type Certification

Bombardier is celebrating Type Certification of its CS300 airliner by Transport Canada. The achievement was announced on day one of the Farnborough International Airshow. The first CS300 for launch operator airBaltic is currently in production at Mirabel, Québec, and is

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European Test for CS100

Bombardier Commercial Aircraft has successfully completed its C Series European route-proving trial.  The programme was conducted in partnership with launch customer Swiss International Air Lines and included more than 30 city-pair flights to European destinations over a three-week period. Peter

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