Bombardier's first CSeries airliner landed around 12:20 p.m. Montreal local time after capping a successful first flight with a slow flyby over Mirabel Airport runway. The aircraft conducted a two hour, 29 minute first flight Monday, Sept.16. During the flight the first flight-test aircraft, FTV1, cycled the landing gear and flaps and checked the maneuverability of the fly-by-wire aircraft, CSeries program manager Rob Dewar said. Takeoff of the Pratt & Whitney PW1500G ...

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