|Quoting Quantos (Reply 4):|
I have this Google spreadsheet, but it's also missing a bunch of aircraft in assembly, I'm sure. It also has a bunch of columns for information which I just cannot get without insider informatio
|Quoting JetBlueGuy2006 (Reply 2):|
will the certification of the CS-300 go smoother and faster as it is a derivative of a current model?
|Quoting JetBlueGuy2006 (Reply 2):|
So now that the CS-100 has been certified by Transport Canada, will the certification of the CS-300 go smoother and faster as it is a derivative of a current model?
|Quoting r2rho (Thread starter):|
no information on the destinations can be found
Air Canada's decision to purchase Bombardier's struggling CSeries was not politically motivated and followed several years of study by the Montreal-based airline, says chief executive Calin Rovinescu.
"Absolutely not," he says when asked if politics played a roll in Air Canada's signing of a letter of intent to purchase up to 75 CS300s powered by Pratt & Whitney PW1500G turbofans.
The first CSeries CS300 for launch operator airBaltic is on the final assembly line at Bombardier Commercial Aircraft’s plant in Mirabel, near Montreal.
At the same time, the first aircraft for CS100 launch operator Swiss International Air Lines is complete and has been powered up at Mirabel ahead of first flight.
|Quoting r2rho (Reply 7):|
Is there a date for CS300 TC and EIS?
|Quoting Starbucks (Reply 8):|
As for EIS, they also said within 6 months after CS100
|Quoting KarelXWB (Reply 6):|
First CS300 for AirBaltic is now in final assembly.
Bombardier confirmed today that the first CS300 aircraft dedicated to passenger travel with Latvia’s airBaltic is now moving down the production line with the fuselage and wings ready to mate. As the CS300 aircraft’s first operator, airBaltic’s leadership team, which included Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board, Martin Gauss, got a sneak-peak.
The first six SWISS CS100s are now in the final assembly line. Our first aircraft – HB-JBA – is already structurally complete. It’s currently having its systems installed, after which it will receive its cabin interior. So the delivery programme is still well on track, and we’re now all in the final straight leading up to the aircraft’s delivery.
|Quoting Paolo92 (Reply 20):|
While first airBaltic frames are being built in Montreal, the airline ups its order to 20x CS300, converting all outstanding options:
SWISS today opened reservation for planned Bombardier CSeries CS100 operations, operated by SWISS Global Air Lines, scheduled to commence on 15JUL16. Initial operation in July includes Paris, Budapest, Manchester and Prague, and quickly expands to others by late-August, mid-September, early-October and late-October 2016. As of 21APR16, planned regular CS100 operations as follow. CS100 may be operated on a number of routes as one-off flight, but is excluded from this route.
Planned operational routes subject to change.
eff 15JUL16 Zurich – Paris CDG Inaugural flight LX638
eff 15JUL16 Zurich – Budapest
eff 16JUL16 Zurich – Manchester Operating until 28OCT16, CS100 resumes service from 27MAR17
eff 16JUL16 Zurich – Prague
eff 20AUG16 Zurich – Warsaw
eff 21AUG16 Zurich – Brussels
eff 07SEP16 Zurich – Stuttgart
eff 11SEP16 Zurich – Bucharest Operating until 23OCT16
* eff 11SEP16 Zurich – Venice Operating until 28OCT16
eff 16SEP16 Zurich – Milan Malpensa
eff 01OCT16 Zurich – Florence
eff 01OCT16 Zurich – Hanover Operating until 23OCT16, CS100 resumes service from 26MAR17
eff 02OCT16 Zurich – Nice Operating until 25MAR17
* eff 30OCT16 Zurich – Birmingham Operating until 25MAR17
* eff 30OCT16 Zurich – Geneva Operating until 25MAR17
* eff 30OCT16 Zurich – Luxembourg
* represents CS100 operation not mentioned in the airline’s press release.
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