Lufthansa last week placed a firm order valued at approximately $317 million for eight 86-seat CRJ900s, exercising eight previously announced purchase rights. "In 1992, Lufthansa was the first airline in the world to begin service with the original CRJ100 regional jet," Bombardier Commercial Aircraft President Gary Scott said. "Bombardier's long relationship with Lufthansa, which is known for its technical excellence, has contributed significantly to the ensuing success ...

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