Bombardier said a "major network carrier" signed an order for 10 CSeries100 aircraft, valued at $616 million, with options for six more. The airline "has requested to remain unidentified at the present time," the Canadian manufacturer stated. Bombardier Commercial Aircraft President Gary Scott said the carrier "will be the first operator in the CSeries aircraft program." He noted the order is the third one announced this month for the narrowbody aircraft (ATW ...

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