keesje wrote:It seems at this stage BBD engineers / supply chain did a pretty good job on the A220.
Drones are going revolutionize how the many isolated villages in the north are connected to the developed south. The cost and time savings possible for smaller deliveries will be huge. Reducing the cost of living for those villages will only help those there who are often poor.Jump to post
Shipments could go by rail or truck to Halifax which is a year round ice free port. And then by boat from Halifax to Mobile. Or even much closer still ship to Boston and go by boat from there. Montreal - Boston isn't that far. As mentioned in a comment above, from the port of Montreal to the Atlant...Jump to post
The BBD sales staff must be in a somewhat interesting position at this point. ... snipped ... Does anyone know what's going to happen to Bombardier commercial aircraft business? Does the CRJ have enough volume to warrant the continuation of the program beyond 2021? The current CRJ final assembly li...Jump to post
I think the commercial OEM's should start something like Bomardier does with biz jets and their safety shutdown seminars. Open discussions about safety are always a good thing.
Seeing as Montreal, Belfast, and Mobile are all port cities, they can send fuselages and wings by cargo ship. There's no need to fly green aircraft, or to use Belugas. Partially complete aircraft, without wings, could leave Montreal for Mobile, and wings could arrive direct to Mobile from Belfast. ...Jump to post