Bombardier said it will deliver seven CSeries aircraft in 2016 instead of 15 as planned, citing Pratt & Whitney PW1500G geared turbofan (GTF) engine delivery delays. Both Bombardier and Pratt emphasized that the PW1500G-powered CS100, which entered service with Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) in July, is performing well. But ramping up production of the GTF, another variant of which also went into service on the Airbus A320neo earlier this year, is proving to be a challenge for ...

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