|Quoting Neromancer (Reply 43):|
Do you have any hard figures on the articles claims? Because based on the numbers quoted in the article C Series is the least expensive of the comparable aircraft and the most advanced.
As AviationAware has stated, list prices are irrelevant when it comes down to negotiations. As the aviation press has reported (it isn't "inside information") Airbus has undercut the CS300 with the A320.
The reality is that AviationAware wrote a solid article with only a few minor inaccuracies. However, overall, the points made in the article are still valid today.
|Quoting YTZ (Reply 46):|
But it's sad that the most customer friendly airplane in recent memory draws such contempt on a.net.
No one... absolutely no one has ever shown contempt for the aircraft, let alone it "drawing such contempt".
|Quoting YTZ (Reply 49):|
But the seats still won't be as wide as the CS100.
There are no middle seats on the E-Jets. No sane pax will choose a middle seat over an aisle or window seat... even when the middle seat is 0.7" wider. As for the window and aisle seat width difference, the CSeries is a whopping 0.2"... yes, 0 point 2 inches wider than the E2.