Bombardier announced that the Iraqi government placed firm orders for six CRJ900 NextGens with options for an additional four. The aircraft will be used for civilian air service. The firm contract is valued at $239 million and would increase to an estimated $400 million with all options exercised. "We are pleased that the government of Iraq has selected the CRJ900 NextGen aircraft to rebuild the domestic and regional airline services in Iraq," Bombardier Regional Aircraft President Steve ...

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