Armed with Transport Canada certification of the initial CSeries variant, the CS100, Bombardier is continuing flight testing to certify optional capabilities and build the aircraft’s maturity ahead of its entry into service with Swiss International Air Lines in the second quarter of 2016. Granted type approval Dec. 18, the 108 to 133-seat CS100 has full operational capability as certified, Bombardier CSeries program VP Rob Dewar told ATW sister publication Aviation Week & Space ...

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