Bombardier kicks off the 2015 International Paris Air Show with the arrival of its all-new CSeries Family of aircraft

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Bombardier Commercial Aircraft announced today its presence at the 51st International Paris Air Show by confirming that it will provide an exciting display in-flight and on the ground of its entire family of commercial aircraft. The line-up will be led by CS100 and CS300 airliners, both models in the all-new CSeries family of aircraft.

“Bombardier arrives at the Paris Air Show at a very exciting time as we debut our CSeries family of aircraft,” said Fred Cromer, President, Bombardier Commercial Aircraft. “We are proud to present the first all-new designed, single-aisle aircraft that the industry has seen in over 25 years. Bombardier’s ingenuity and investment in both our business and customer relationships will be available for everyone to witness at this air show.”

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The CS300 aircraft will visit Bombardier’s Belfast facility in Northern Ireland on June 19, where Bombardier’s employees and partners eagerly await the arrival of the first CS300 aircraft – it will be the first time the CSeries aircraft and its Belfast-produced wing will fly on site. Following its appearance at the show, Bombardier will demonstrate the CS100 aircraft in Zurich to launch customer, SWISS, with whom it is working very closely to ensure a successful entry into service.

Static Display

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The four aircraft from Bombardier Commercial Aircraft’s portfolio of industry-leading products being featured on static display include the technologically advanced Q400 NextGen turboprop and the CRJ1000 NextGen jet, the most recent addition to the world’s most successful regional aircraft program. In addition, guests will have the opportunity to witness and experience first-hand the all-new CS100 and CS300 commercial aircraft. All four aircraft will be co-located on static display and the CS300 aircraft will be the highlight of the Paris Air Show flight display.

The International Paris Air Show runs from Monday, June 15, to Thursday, June 18, for trade visitors and Friday, June 19, to Sunday, June 21, for public visitors. The Bombardier chalet, adjacent to the aircraft static display and pavilion is located at #284.

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Bombardier and Luxair sign firm purchase agreement for up to five Q400 NextGen aircraft

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Bombardier Commercial Aircraft announced today that LUXAIR Société Luxembourgeoise de Navigation Aérienne S.A. (“Luxair”), the national airline of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, signed a firm purchase agreement for three Q400 NextGen aircraft and options on an additional two Q400 NextGen aircraft.

Based on the list price of the Q400 NextGen aircraft, the firm order is valued at approximately $100.3 million US and could increase to $169.5 million US should Luxair exercise all its options.

“Our Q400 NextGen aircraft have proven to be a winning formula for us at Luxair as we continue to replenish our fleet with the newest, most modern turboprops that are providing maximum flexibility to our business clients; and quality travel at affordable prices to our leisure customers,” said Adrien Ney, President and Chief Executive Officer, Luxair. “The addition of more Q400 NextGen aircraft – with their excellent economics, environmental credentials and passenger comfort – is an ideal solution as we open more regional routes and expand frequencies.”

“We are thrilled that Luxair continues to look to the Q400 NextGen turboprop to realize its growth strategy and enhance its operations,” said Ryan DeBrusk, Vice President, Sales, Europe, Middle East, Africa, Russia & CIS, Bombardier Commercial Aircraft. “Luxair’s latest acquisition highlights the Q400 NextGen aircraft’s ability to deliver turboprop economics, along with jet-like operations, while servicing some of the most environmentally-sensitive airports across the globe.”

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Alaska Air Group purchases two more Bombardier Q400 NextGen aircraft

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Bombardier Commercial Aircraft announced today that Seattle-based Horizon Air Industries, Inc. (“Horizon Air”) has converted two of seven previously acquired Q400 NextGen aircraft options to firm orders. The airline retains its options on another five Q400 NextGen aircraft. Horizon Air and its sister carrier, Alaska Airlines are subsidiaries of Alaska Air Group.

Based on the list price of the Q400 NextGen aircraft, the purchase agreement is valued at approximately $70.1 million US.

“As we grow our operations, we continue to rely on the Q400 aircraft’s versatility, speed and comfort to provide a satisfying experience for our customers,” said David Campbell, President and Chief Operations Officer, Horizon Air. “In 2014, Horizon Air ventured into the Alaskan frontier, successfully launching the Q400 NextGen aircraft on new routes between Anchorage and Fairbanks, and Anchorage and Kodiak.”

“Horizon Air is one of the most successful North American regional carriers and a marquee customer that continues to showcase the operational flexibility and performance capability of the Q400 aircraft,” said Steve Young, Regional Vice President, Sales, North America, Bombardier Commercial Aircraft. “The Q400 aircraft has long been the backbone of Horizon Air’s network success and continues to be the airline’s choice as it increases its fleet to 54 aircraft. We are delighted that the Q400 aircraft retains its status as North America’s preferred turboprop.”

Horizon Air’s Q400 aircraft are equipped with Head-up Guidance Systems (HGS) for all-weather operations, Wide Area Augmentation Systems (WAAS) with approach guidance (LPV) for ILS-like landing minima at remote runways and RNP AR 0.1 to fly curved approaches to airports in difficult terrain. The unmatched capability to land and take off on challenging runways in unsettled weather is another benefit of the Q400 aircraft.

Established in 1981, Horizon Air was acquired in 1986 by Alaska Air Group, Inc., the parent company of Alaska Airlines. At its start, the airline operated two aircraft and served three destinations in Washington state. Today, Horizon flies its 76-seat Q400 aircraft on behalf of Alaska Airlines and serves 43 cities in the western United States, Canada and Mexico. Horizon Air, which is also a codeshare partner of American Airlines and Delta Air Lines, operates both the longest (Seattle to Fresno, 748 miles/1,204 km) and shortest (Pullman to Lewiston, 26 miles/42 km) turboprop routes currently being served by regional carriers in the U.S.

In 2014, Bombardier and Horizon Air signed a five-year heavy maintenance agreement whereby Bombardier will perform heavy maintenance tasks for the airline’s fleet of Q400 aircraft at Bombardier’s service centre in Tuscon, Arizona.

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Bombardier and Nok Air Showcase the Carrier’s 86-seat Extra Capacity Q400 NextGen Aircraft

Nok Air showcases Bombardier's 86-seat extra capacity Q400 NextGen aircraft. / Courtesy: Bombardier.

Nok Air showcases Bombardier’s 86-seat extra capacity Q400 NextGen aircraft. / Courtesy: Bombardier.

Bombardier Commercial Aircraft and Thailand’s premium low cost airline, Nok Air, showcased today the carrier’s second Q400 NextGen turboprop at Bombardier’s facility in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The extra capacity aircraft, the only commercial turboprop capable of comfortably accommodating 86 passengers, will join Nok Air’s fleet as part of a purchase agreement for up to eight Q400 NextGen airliners, six of which are firm.

During a celebratory event surrounding the colorfully-painted Q400 NextGen turboprop and opened with a cheerful dance performance, Bombardier executives and employees hosted Nok Air representatives as well as local and Thai media.

 The song “Happy” provided a wonderful soundtrack for dancers during the celebration. / Courtesy: Bombardier.

The song “Happy” provided a wonderful soundtrack for dancers during the celebration. / Courtesy: Bombardier.

“While our 86-seat Q400 NextGen turboprops are positioning us to offer increased capacity on already popular routes, they will also allow us to grow into new destinations while increasing our profitability,” said Patee Sarasin, Chief Executive, Nok Air. “We are eager for the Q400 NextGen aircraft to enter service and to offer our passengers an improved, more comfortable cabin environment.”

“As it makes regional air service more convenient and accessible to travelers in South East Asia, Nok Air will certainly showcase beautifully the flexibility and productivity of the extra capacity Q400 NextGen turboprop – always with the fun and friendly hospitality for which Thais, and particularly Nok Air, are known,” said Frank Baistrocchi, Regional Vice President, Sales, Asia-Pacific, Bombardier Commercial Aircraft. “We are confident that the aircraft’s unbeatably low seat-mile costs and superior performance will be key assets to Nok Air’s bold growth strategy and we couldn’t be prouder to be associated with such a forward-thinking airline.”

“We again extend our appreciation to Nok Air for introducing the Q400 NextGen airliner to the region and launching the 86-seat version, and we look forward to a long future of strong friendship and collaboration,” he added.

Bombardier presented the airline with a sculpture of a Canadian bird. / Courtesy: Bombardier.

Bombardier presented the airline with a sculpture of a Canadian bird. / Courtesy: Bombardier.

About Q400 NextGen aircraft

With the introduction of the Q400 NextGen aircraft, Bombardier invented the modern turboprop. Optimized for short-haul operations and seating up to 86 passengers, the aircraft is a large, fast, quiet and fuel-efficient turboprop that provides the perfect balance of passenger comfort, performance and operational flexibility with the lowest seat-mile costs in the short-haul regional market. With the flexibility to fly at both turboprop and jet-like speeds, the Q400 NextGen aircraft can be profitably deployed over short-range turboprop missions and in medium-haul jet markets. Now available in optional dual class, extra capacity and passenger-cargo combi configurations, the Q400 NextGen aircraft’s versatility positions it to again reshape the turboprop market through profitable growth.

The Q400 NextGen aircraft features an enhanced cabin environment with the introduction of LED lighting, new ceiling panels, dished window sidewalls and larger overhead luggage bins. These features, combined with the aircraft’s Active Noise and Vibration Suppression (ANVS) system, provide an excellent cabin experience for passengers.

Bombardier has recorded firm orders for a total of 511 Q400 and Q400 NextGen aircraft. Worldwide, Q400 and Q400 NextGen aircraft have transported more than 295 million passengers and have logged over 4.7 million flight hours and more than 5 million take-offs and landings. The Q400 and Q400 NextGen aircraft program includes over 50 customers and operators in approximately 40 countries on five continents.

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Bombardier Delivers its First 86-Seat Q400 NextGen Aircraft to Bangkok-Based Nok Air

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Bombardier Commercial Aircraft and Nok Air of Bangkok, Thailand announced today the delivery of the carrier’s first Q400 NextGen turboprop at Bombardier’s facility in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, where the aircraft is manufactured. The milestone aircraft, the first Q400 NextGen airliner to be delivered in the new extra capacity seating configuration, is part of Nok Air’s purchase agreement for up to eight Q400 NextGen airliners that was announced on November 19, 2013. Following the exercise of options and purchase rights, Nok Air has firm orders for six Q400 NextGen aircraft and retains two purchase rights from the original contract.

The extra capacity Q400 NextGen aircraft, the only commercial turboprop available today to offer 86 seats, provides an overall operating seat cost advantage of up to 17 per cent compared to its closest turboprop competitor.

“We are very excited to not only be the first to operate the Q400 NextGen turboprop in Thailand, but also the launch operator for the extra capacity seating configuration,” said Patee Sarasin, Chief Executive Officer, Nok Air. “We always aim to lead through continuous innovation to offer our passengers an unsurpassed experience, and our new Q400 NextGen aircraft will enable us to serve more passengers comfortably and conveniently, as well as expand to new destinations profitably.”

“With the lowest seat-mile costs in the short-haul regional market and unmatched operational flexibility, the Q400 NextGen turboprop is the ideal complement to Nok Air’s growth strategy,” said Frank Baistrocchi, Regional Vice President, Sales, Asia-Pacific, Bombardier Commercial Aircraft. “We are confident that Nok Air will successfully showcase the flexibility and adaptability of the extra capacity Q400 NextGen aircraft as it makes point-to-point regional air service more accessible to an increased number of travelers in the region.”

“The technologically advanced Q400 NextGen turboprop and its all-new extra capacity configuration will increase the carrier’s competiveness in a bullish local market; we are very pleased to welcome Nok Air to the family,” added Ray Jones, Senior Vice President, Sales, Marketing and Asset Management, Bombardier Commercial Aircraft.

About Q400 NextGen aircraft

Optimized for short-haul operations and capable of seating up to 86 passengers, the Q400 NextGen aircraft is a large, fast, quiet and fuel-efficient turboprop. It provides the perfect balance of passenger comfort and operating economics with a reduced environmental footprint.

The Q400 NextGen aircraft is the fastest new-technology turboprop, providing both jet speed and turboprop fuel efficiency. The aircraft’s economics and operational flexibility allow airlines to profitably deploy it in a variety of ways to serve typical short-haul turboprop routes, as well as medium-haul jet markets.

Bombardier has recorded firm orders for a total of 511 Q400 and Q400 NextGen aircraft. Worldwide, Q400 and Q400 NextGen aircraft have transported more than 295 million passengers and have logged over 4.7 million flight hours and more than 5 million take-offs and landings. The Q400 and Q400 NextGen aircraft program includes over 50 customers and operators in approximately 40 countries on five continents.

About Bombardier

Bombardier is the world’s only manufacturer of both planes and trains. Looking far ahead while delivering today, Bombardier is evolving mobility worldwide by answering the call for more efficient, sustainable and enjoyable transportation everywhere. Our vehicles, services and, most of all, our employees are what make us a global leader in transportation.

Bombardier is headquartered in Montréal, Canada. Our shares are traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange (BBD) and we are listed on the Dow Jones Sustainability World and North America Indexes. In the fiscal year ended December 31, 2013, we posted revenues of $18.2 billion. News and information are available at bombardier.com or follow us on Twitter @Bombardier.

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Bombardier Wraps Up a Successful Week at the 2014 Farnborough International Airshow

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Bombardier Aerospace today completed a successful week at the 2014 Farnborough International Airshow having announced firm orders, conditional purchase agreements and letters of intent for a total of 74 aircraft, valued at more than $4.25 billion US should all commitments be converted to firm orders.

“It has been a great week for Bombardier at the Farnborough Airshow, and I’m very pleased with the momentum we’re building across our entire product portfolio. Our discussions with customers have progressed, and we were very pleased to make a number of announcements,” said Guy C. Hachey, President and Chief Operating Officer, Bombardier Aerospace. “Throughout the week, our customers have repeatedly demonstrated their confidence in our products, and our presence at the show has given us an opportunity to further our relationships with many of our key stakeholders.”

Bombardier Commercial Aircraft kicked off the airshow by announcing the signing of two letters of intent (LOIs) for up to 24 CS100 aircraft by Falko Regional Aircraft Limited. Throughout the week, Loong Air, Petra Airlines and an undisclosed African airline joined Falko in growing the list of CSeries aircraft customers to 20. In addition, an existing customer signed a conditional purchase agreement for up to 13 CS300 aircraft, and airBaltic and Falcon Aviation revealed themselves as previously undisclosed customers that contributed to bringing the number of firm orders and commitments to 513. Finally, in conjunction with Bombardier’s opening press conference, Export Development Canada, UK Export Finance, and Investissement Québec announced that they have jointly developed a working model for partnered financing of CSeries aircraft customers.

Bombardier demonstrated its path toward the entry-into-service of the CSeries aircraft by launching the Smart Parts program for CSeries aircraft customers and announcing the approval of the all-new jetliner’s maintenance, both geared toward maximizing utilization and providing more competitive maintenance costs to operators of CSeries aircraft. Bombardier also announced that it has appointed Flight Training Alliance, a newly formed joint venture between CAE and Lufthansa Flight Training, as its exclusive Authorized Training Provider for CSeries aircraft pilot and cabin crew training worldwide, and Lufthansa Technical Training as its exclusive Authorized Training Provider for CSeries aircraft maintenance training.

On the Q400 NextGen aircraft program, Bombardier celebrated surpassing the milestone of 500firm orders with the latest order from Horizon Air and Nok Air. In addition, Bombardier signed an LOI for five Q400 NextGen turboprops with Falcon Aviation, Abu Dhabi Aviation disclosed that it was a previously unidentified Q400 NextGen customer, and Bombardier officially announced a cargo-passenger combi configuration of the turboprop. The Q400 NextGen aircraft on static display was joined by a CRJ900 NextGen aircraft in American Airlines’ livery, and Bombardier showcased the enhancements that it has brought to its regional jet program, including up to 5.5 per cent lower fuel consumption than earlier-generation CRJ900 aircraft. Bombardier also shared its vision of double-digit fuel burn reduction by 2020.

On the heels of its strong showing at the European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition (EBACE) in May, Bombardier Business Aircraft had a full range of its industry leading aircraft on static display, including the Learjet 75, Challenger 350, Challenger 605 and Global 6000 jets, at the Farnborough Airshow. The event marked the European debut and first public appearance for the Challenger 350 aircraft, which received its Transport Canada and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certification, and entered into service, in June. Guests also had an opportunity to visit the Global 7000 aircraft mock-up, which has attracted significant attention from key prospects in the region during its three-week residence at the TAG Farnborough hangar.

During the show, Bombardier released its market forecasts for 2014-2033, which call for industry deliveries of 22,000 business jets worth approximately $617 billion US* in the segments in which Bombardier competes** and 13,100 commercial aircraft in the 20- to 149-seat segment, valued at approximately $658 billion US*. Bombardier also recognized six supplier sites for their remarkable performance last year, supporting the Company’s strategy of delivering an exceptional customer experience through superior performance, and three suppliers for their focus on corporate social responsibility.

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Bombardier showcases its aircraft and services at Farnborough Airshow

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Bombardier looks forward to its arrival at the 49th edition of the Farnborough International Airshow where it will showcase its iconic and sustainable aircraft and share the latest progress on its new programs with customers, suppliers, government officials and media representatives.

Reflecting the important role the Farnborough Airshow fulfills within the aviation industry, six of Bombardier’s industry-leading aircraft will be on static display. They include the Learjet 75, the Challenger 350, the Challenger 605 and the Global 6000 business jets, as well as the Q400 NextGen turboprop and CRJ900 NextGen regional jet.

In addition, guests will have the opportunity to experience first-hand the future of commercial flight by visiting the Commercial Aircraft Hospitality Lounge, which will house the mock-up of the CSeries airliner’s flight deck and cabin demonstrator. The Global 7000 aircraft mock-up, the largest mock-up built in business aviation, will be open for private viewings during the show at the TAG Farnborough fixed-based operator (FBO) hangar.

Bombardier Business Aircraft:

Bombardier Business Aircraft enjoys a strong leadership position in Europe with an installed base of over 500 business jets, representing one third of the overall business aviation market. Bombardier offers the industry’s largest product portfolio covering the light to ultra long-range segments, including new aircraft such as the Learjet 70, Learjet 75, Learjet 85, Challenger 350, Global 7000 and Global 8000 aircraft. Since last year, Bombardier has seen the entrance into service of three platforms, the Learjet 70, Learjet 75 and Challenger 350 aircraft, along with the successful unveiling of the Global 7000 aircraft mock-up at EBACE in May this year. With such a product lineup, and focus on innovation, Bombardier is best positioned to respond to the growing travel requirements of its customer base in Europe and worldwide.

Commercial Aircraft:

Bombardier leads the way in the short- and medium-haul markets, creating aircraft that others seek to emulate. The company’s portfolio of aircraft includes the Q400 NextGen aircraft – the most versatile and profitable turboprop available today; the CRJ NextGen regional jets – the most recent models in the world’s most successful family of regional aircraft; and the CSeries aircraft – the only 100 per cent-new, single-aisle aircraft for the 100- to 149-seat market segment. As the only manufacturer that offers three distinct families of optimized turboprop and jet aircraft, Bombardier is well positioned to provide air transport solutions to a diverse array of markets.

As the global demand for air travel and new aircraft continues to shift towards growth markets, representatives from all sales regions will be at the air show to meet with customers and prospects. To date, more than 2,700 Bombardier Dash 8/Q-Series turboprops, CRJ regional jets and CSeries aircraft are in service with, or have been ordered by, over 200 customers and operators around the world.

Dedicated to our customers’ success:

Bombardier always finds more ways to put its customers first. With the grand opening of the Singapore Service Centre this past February and the addition of a Parts Depot and Regional Support Offices for Business and Commercial Aircraft in Johannesburg, Africa, Bombardier is providing its operators with a competitive edge through a steadily growing worldwide aftermarket service network.

Bombardier’s local support networks around the world consist of more than 60 maintenance facilities, 10 wholly owned service centres in Europe, Singapore and the United States, 22 Regional Support Office locations in 13 countries and superior aircraft parts availability sustained by 13 parts facilities on five continents. Bombardier’s team of field service representatives are also available to provide customers with on-site technical support and AOG coordination when required. Bombardier’s unique OEM knowledge is at the heart of its pilot and technical training, which includes real world experienced instructors, sophisticated flight simulators, Flight Training Devices and more.

Aircraft on static display

Learjet 75 aircraft:

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With a maximum range greater than 2,000 nautical miles at cruise speeds up to Mach 0.81, the Learjet 75 aircraft will be able to fly four passengers and two crew members non-stop from Los Angeles to Toronto and Mumbai to Bangkok.* Additionally, it will be able to handle a range close to 1,950 nautical miles with eight passengers.*

Challenger 350 aircraft:

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The Challenger 350 jet boasts class-defining performance, a true seats full, tanks full, 3,200 nm (5,926 km) range and will connect Paris with Lagos*. Building upon the legendary segment defining Challenger 300 jet, it features a state-of-the-art cabin that maximizes natural light and redefines the man-machine interface, all the while maintaining the performance attributes that have become synonymous with the Challenger aircraft family.

Challenger 605 aircraft:

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The revered Challenger 605 jet builds upon the legacy of productivity, quality and reliability of its predecessor, the peerless Challenger 604jet, leading its market share segment throughout the world. Featuring one of the widest stand-up cabins of any large category business jet available today, it can soar six passengers 4,000 nm (7,408 km) from London to Delhi*.

Global 6000 aircraft :

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The Global 6000 jet’s large cabin size and levels of comfort combined with an optional stand-up shower and the Bombardier Vision Flight Deck means it offers a perfect blend of high-speed, range capability and traveler comfort. Offering the latest in technology, this intrepid jet can link Paris with Tokyo, non-stop, with eight passengers and three to four crew.*

Q400 NextGen aircraft:

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Optimized for short-haul operations and seating up to 86 passengers, the aircraft is a large, fast, quiet and fuel-efficient turboprop that provides the perfect balance of passenger comfort, performance and operational flexibility with the lowest seat-mile costs in the short-haul regional market. With the flexibility to fly at both turboprop and jet-like speeds, the Q400 NextGen aircraft can be profitably deployed over short-range turboprop missions and in medium-haul jet markets. Now available in optional dual class, extra capacity and passenger-cargo combi configurations, the Q400 NextGen aircraft’s versatility positions it to again reshape the turboprop market through profitable growth.

CRJ900 NextGen aircraft:

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As the world’s most successful family of regional aircraft, a CRJ regional jet departs every 10 seconds, linking people and communities together. Optimized for medium-haul regional routes, CRJ NextGen aircraft deliver best-in-class economics and set the benchmark for lowest fuel burn and operating costs. Designed for hub expansion and point-to-point services, the CRJ900 NextGen aircraft can seat up to 90 passengers or be configured with 76 seats in a typical North American layout, featuring extra legroom and comfort. Now delivering up to 5.5 per cent lower fuel burn compared to earlier-generation CRJ900 aircraft, the CRJ900 NextGen aircraft is the perfect tool for operators to develop new markets and increase frequencies.

Commercial Aircraft Hospitality Lounge:

Equipped to support state-of-the-art multimedia entertainment and to keep guests informed about Bombardier’s activities at the air show, the Hospitality Lounge will also house the CSeries aircraft’s flight deck and cabin demonstrator. The flight deck features a number of technologically advanced communication and navigation aids and benefits from the latest avionics. The cabin demonstrator, representing the latest look and feel of the CSeries aircraft interior configuration, features a business class section, an array of economy seats at various seat pitches and optional in-flight video displays.

The Farnborough International Airshow runs from Monday, July 14 to Thursday, July 17 for trade guests and Friday, July 18 to Sunday, July 20 for public visitors. The Bombardier chalet, which will be located at C1-3, and the Commercial Aircraft Hospitality Lounge will be closed on Saturday, July 19 and Sunday, July 20.

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