Behind the public debate over the future of Bombardier and government support for its CSeries airliner, the company is hard at work ramping up production and preparing the all-new narrowbody for entry into service. Following Transport Canada certification of the initial 100- to 130-seat CS100 in December, the first aircraft for launch operator Swiss International Air Lines is completed and set to enter service in June. The 130- to 160-seat CS300 is on track for certification by mid-year and ...

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