Bombardier Aerospace announced Wednesday that its 100-seat CRJ1000 was awarded Aircraft Type Certificates from Transport Canada and EASA clearing the way for deliveries to begin to Air Nostrum and Air France subsidiary BritAir. Bombardier has booked firm orders for 49 CRJ1000s, comprising 35 from Air Nostrum and 14 from BritAir (ATW Daily News, Sept. 30). The program was launched in Feb. 2007 and first flight occurred in Sept. 2008. CRJ1000 flight test aircraft accumulated approximately ...

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