Bombardier has postponed the first flight of the larger version of its CSeries aircraft, citing weather. The Canadian manufacturer had planned to fly the first CS300 flight test vehicle (FTV) Feb. 26, but “due to weather conditions in Mirabel, Québec,” the flight could not proceed, Bombardier said in a brief statement, adding, “We expect it will take place very soon.”  Cold, windy and cloudy conditions were reported in Mirabel. The delayed CSeries program ...

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