CSeries Makes First Flight

Sep 16, 2013 No Comments by

It’s official: the long-delayed Bombardier CS100, the latest product from the world’s third-largest commercial jet manufacturer, took to the air Monday morning from Montreal-Mirabel International Airport in Quebec, Canada. The twin-engined, 125-seat jet gives airlines another choice in the narrow-body category now dominated by Boeing and Airbus.

For additional coverage by Ross Marowits of The Canadian Press via Global News, click here.

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