Bombardier is now expecting to certify the CSeries 100 for London City Airport’s steep approach 60 days later than its most recently revised turn-of-the-year estimate. The combination of London City’s short runway and the presence of several high buildings in the nearby Docklands financial area mean that aircraft landing from the west have to adopt an approach of 5.5 degrees, almost double the standard 3-degree glideslope. In October, Bombardier VP sales-Europe, Russia and CIS ...

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