Bombardier Aerospace’s president and COO believes the company will soon have a better understanding of the possible cause of the engine failure that occurred May 29 on the CSeries flight test aircraft FTV1 during ground testing at Bombardier’s Mirabel, Quebec, facility. Speaking to ATW Sunday on the sidelines of the 70th IATA AGM in Doha, Guy Hachey said the Pratt & Whitney PW1500G geared turbofan (GTF) engine was delivered to Pratt’s Connecticut factory Sunday, with ...

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