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MONTREAL — Bombardier Inc. says it has received a firm purchase agreement for 40 CS300 jetliners from an affiliate of Macquarie AirFinance, which has also taken options for 10 more. 116 more words
During the Second World War, the German Luftwaffe nicknamed it der Gabelschwanz-Teufel, or “ the fork-tailed devil.”
In the Pacific theatre, the Japanese referred to it as “two planes, one pilot.” 1,059 more words
Bombardier Inc. said Friday it will lift the lengthy grounding of its CSeries test-flight aircraft, which will resume flying this month.
Marc Duchesne, spokesman for Bombardier Commercial Aircraft, said he could not be more precise — and he could not confirm reports that the airliner in development will fly this weekend for the first time since May 29. 447 more words
Today’s Daily Mirror has pondered the question of whether readers would fly on Malaysian Airlines.
Quite obviously, it’s a question that the paper is posing in light of the two terrible tragedies that the legacy Asian carrier has suffered since January this year. 419 more words