Bombardier finally flew a CSeries aircraft at a major air show when a CS300 took part in the flying display on the first day of the Paris Air Show Monday, part of a big push by the Canadian manufacturer to reboot the narrowbody airliner program following a string of disappointments. “I’m a happy man today,” CSeries program GM Rob Dewar told reporters at the air show. Bombardier announced at the show that the CSeries will beat a number of performance metrics promised when ...

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