GOOD THINGS COME TO THOSE WHO wait. Bombardier Aerospace is betting on the truth of that adage as its CSeries development program kicks into high gear after what only can be described as a challenging beginning since the company first proposed the aircraft in early 2004. The thinking back then was simple: Design an aircraft bigger than the largest regional jet but not quite big enough to impinge upon the heart of Airbus's and Boeing's single-aisle franchises. Give it enough range to operate ...

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