Bombardier Commercial Aircraft resumed flight testing of its CSeries aircraft Sept. 7 with flight test vehicle two (FTV2) taking to the air at the manufacturer’s facility in Mirabel, Quebec. The flight followed an “in-depth review and analysis” of the Pratt & Whitney geared turbofan (GTF) engine-related incident that occurred during stationary ground maintenance testing involving CSeries aircraft FTV1 May 29 at the Mirabel facility. “Pratt & Whitney alongside ...

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