Q400. Courtesy, Bombardier Bombardier Aerospace executives said the Q400 market has improved since the start of the year and they remain positive on the prospects of the C-Series. By end July, the manufacturer had a backlog of 40 Q400s and 133 C-Series aircraft, comprising 61 CS100s and 72 CS300s. The manufacturer said in August it would cut production rates of its CRJ Series starting in January in line with market demand (ATW Daily News Sept. 22, 2011). “The Q400 market has ...

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