Bombardier's new 100-seat CRJ1000, which was unveiled Monday, will not affect the company's decision on the proposed CSeries of mainline aircraft. "There is no relation. . .We expected [the CRJ1000] before the CSeries," Bombardier President and CEO Pierre Beaudoin said. "The difference is it's a regional that complements the products we have. The CSeries will replace MD-80s and DC-9s. It's a very different, much larger market." He said the company plans to provide an update on the CSeries ...

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