Bombardier is prepared to offer the full Atmosphère cabin for new-build aircraft of its recently announced CRJ550 regional jet, a senior executive said April 3, but because initial examples of the new model are conversions from existing CRJ700s, most users are likely to shy away for cost reasons. The CRJ550, announced in February, is designed to address the market for replacement aircraft in the aging 50-seat regional jet bracket, primarily in North America. There are around 800-900 ...

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