Bombardier’s first CSeries delivery, a CS100 to Lufthansa Group subsidiary Swiss International Air Lines, is on track for the end of June and opens a new gate for the Canadian aircraft manufacturer, Bombardier Commercial Aircraft president Fred Cromer said at the company’s production site in Montreal. “SWISS and Lufthansa have stuck with the program for a long time. Certification, flight testing—that’s one gate in front of us. Entry into service (EIS) is ...

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