Bombardier said it will stay with the proposed CSeries program at least through this year, with a scaled-back team of engineers working on technology development issues for the 110/130-seat jet and a concerted effort to boost interest in the aircraft from international customers. But the future after 2006 is unclear. When asked about the status of the CSeries in 2007 last week in Montreal, Director-Marketing and Program Management Ben Boehm said he had "no comment on future funding." ...

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