CS300 in Atlasjet livery. Courtesy, Bombardier
CS300 in Atlasjet livery. Courtesy, Bombardier Istanbul-based Atlasjet Havacilik has signed a letter of intent (LOI) for 10 Bombardier CS300s and will take options on a further five, in an order valued at $776 million. It could increase to $1.18 billion if the options are converted to firm orders. Atlasjet chairman Murat Ersoy said there were several reasons for the order. “The CS300 has the best economics in its class; it is well ...
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