Bombardier has confirmed that Swiss International Air Lines will be the first operator of the CSeries, with service entry slated for the first half of 2016. It also confirmed that the CS100 will be at the Paris Air Show in June and then fly directly to Zurich as part of a demonstration for Swiss stakeholders. The news about the CSeries came as Bombardier reported a first-quarter net profit of $100 million, down 13% from net income of $115 million in the 2014 March quarter. Bombardier ...

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