Bombardier's proposed CSeries "is our entry into the mainline commercial aircraft business," Gary Scott, president-aircraft services and new commercial aircraft program, said at the SpeedNews Commercial Aviation Suppliers Conference yesterday in Los Angeles. Noting that Airbus and Boeing "are focused on the end of the next decade" for EIS for a successor to the A320 and 737 families (see story above), Scott claimed the CSeries will provide up to 15% better cash operating costs and 20% fuel ...

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