Bombardier has conducted more than 120 hours of CSeries flight testing since the test program resumed Sept. 7 after a 100-day grounding, and is holding to a second half of 2015 entry-into-service target. It remains uncertain with which carrier the aircraft will enter service. Lufthansa, which was the first airline to order the CSeries, has previously said dual-class 121-seat CS100s will be delivered to its Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) subsidiary in 2015. But Lufthansa said Thursday ...

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