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Old March 10th, 2013, 05:06 AM   #41
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Old March 10th, 2013, 11:13 AM   #42
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how cost this plane per unit ??
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Old March 10th, 2013, 11:15 AM   #43
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Old March 10th, 2013, 01:40 PM   #44
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Old March 10th, 2013, 06:52 PM   #45
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how cost this plane per unit ??
Current CS100 list price is 62 million US $.

The altered specifications:

CS100:
Cabin length stretched from 22,7 m to 23,7 m. Outer length unchanged at 34,9 m
Cabin aisle height lowered from 213 cm to 211 cm. Centerline width unchanged at 328 cm, and so is floorline width at 310 cm.
Floor area increased from 70 to 72 square m
Slight Maximum Take-Off Weight increase, from 58 151 kg to 58 513 kg.
A "Base" version added, with the lower MTOW of 52 617 kg
Range at 110 passengers at 102 kg each (body plus clothes plus baggage) unchanged at 5463 km.
The "Base" version, with the same payload, has range of 2778 km
The takeoff distance, despite increased MTOW, is decreased from 1509 m to 1463 m (in standard conditions - Sea Level, International Standard Atmosphere conditions meaning +15 at sea level).
The "Base" version manages takeoff in 1219 m, at SL, ISA.
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Current CS100 list price is 62 million US $.

The altered specifications:

CS100:
Cabin length stretched from 22,7 m to 23,7 m. Outer length unchanged at 34,9 m
Cabin aisle height lowered from 213 cm to 211 cm. Centerline width unchanged at 328 cm, and so is floorline width at 310 cm.
Floor area increased from 70 to 72 square m
Slight Maximum Take-Off Weight increase, from 58 151 kg to 58 513 kg.
A "Base" version added, with the lower MTOW of 52 617 kg
Range at 110 passengers at 102 kg each (body plus clothes plus baggage) unchanged at 5463 km.
The "Base" version, with the same payload, has range of 2778 km
The takeoff distance, despite increased MTOW, is decreased from 1509 m to 1463 m (in standard conditions - Sea Level, International Standard Atmosphere conditions meaning +15 at sea level).
The "Base" version manages takeoff in 1219 m, at SL, ISA.
Thanks for the information. So CS100 will compete with ERJ190/195 & SSJ100 if we're look to max capacity of the aircraft
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Thanks for the information. So CS100 will compete with ERJ190/195 & SSJ100 if we're look to max capacity of the aircraft
Not with Superjet. SSJ 100-95 is that much smaller - maximum seat capacity Superjet 98 seats, CS100 125 seats.

What is Sky Aviation doing with their Superjets, incidentally? Delivery was 27th of February - what is the entry into service route and date?
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Old March 12th, 2013, 12:23 AM   #48
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CSeries will miss Paris Air Show

Bombardier Inc. will forgo displaying its CSeries at the Paris Air Show in June in order to finish testing before the jetliner's first flight the same month, Chief Executive Officer Pierre Beaudoin said.

The world's third-largest plane maker reiterated its commitment to that timetable in a presentation to investors Thursday in New York. The goal is already six months later than Bombardier originally planned, a delay the company attributed to unspecified issues with suppliers.
Courtesy of the Montreal Gazette


Full article: http://www.montrealgazette.com/busin...973/story.html
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Old April 10th, 2013, 06:55 PM   #50
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The Canadian regional airline Porter Airlines will buy up to 30 CS100s.


https://twitter.com/Bombardier_Aero/...06383950176256

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Porter Airlines Signs Purchase Agreement for up to 30 Bombardier CS100
Aircraft; Becomes CSeries Aircraft’s Canadian Launch Customer


Toronto, April 10, 2013 – Bombardier Aerospace announced today that Porter Airlines has signed a
conditional purchase agreement for 12 CS100 airliners, with options for an additional 18 CS100 aircraft.
The agreement also includes purchase rights on six Q400 NextGen aircraft. The parties also disclosed
that Porter Airlines is the unidentified, Americas-based customer that signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) for
CS100 aircraft as announced by Bombardier in December 2012.
Today’s announcement was made at Porter Airlines’ home base at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport,
where alongside Bombardier, they also unveiled the CSeries aircraft flight deck and cabin demonstrator
that will be on private display at Porter’s facility during the month of April 2013.
https://twitter.com/Bombardier_Aero/...01881251602432


They currently operate a fleet of 26 Bombardier Dash 8 Turboprops from their base the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport. This airport might become a problem for this order since it has strict noise regulations since it located so close to downtown Toronto. Currently only Turboprops are allowed, the CS100 will be the 1st jet. Bombardier and Porter are seeking for permission claiming that the CS100 will be as loud as a Dash 8. Porter is also seeking for a runway extension with 180m extra on both ends.

All in all it's not your average order, maybe that's why it's not officially firmed up yet.
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Old May 17th, 2013, 11:24 PM   #51
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easyJet has hinted a possible order for the CSeries.

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In a teleconference call after quarterly results, easyJet chief executive officer Carolyn McCall said that “our future order will be for Airbus or Boeing, but also for Bombardier (aircraft).”
Read more: http://www.montrealgazette.com/EasyJ...#ixzz2TaDZE7lX


This suggest that their still deliberating a choice between the A320 neo and the 737 MAX, but that they have decided on the CSeries as the plane with less then 150 pax for the smaller routes.

It's going to be interesting to see how this turns out, AirAsia was also about to place an order but went all Airbus instead.
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Bombardier opened a special website for the CSeries.
http://cseries.com/
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The 1st picture of the 1st CS100 outside at the Bombardier factory at Montreal Mirabel Airport.


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I think right now a number of airlines are VERY interested in the CS300, since it will fill the role of 130 seat and smaller mainline airliner but with way lower CASM than the Airbus A318 or Boeing 737-600. Indeed, the CS300 could finally mean Delta Airlines can put the DC-9 "out to pasture."
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New firm order for 32 CS300s.

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Russia's Ilyushin Finance Co. Firms Purchase Agreement for up to 42 Bombardier CSeries Aircraft

Order includes aircraft with the extra capacity seating option for export to international operators

Bombardier Aerospace announced today that its purchase agreement with Moscow-based leasing company Ilyushin Finance Co. (IFC) has been approved by IFC’s shareholders and is now firm. The firm purchase agreement covers the acquisition of 32 CS300 aircraft and options for an additional 10 CS300 aircraft, following a letter of intent signed by IFC in 2011 and a conditional purchase agreement announced by Bombardier on February 20, 2013.

Based on the list price for the CS300 aircraft, the firm order is valued at approximately $2.56 billion US. Should IFC also exercise its 10 options, the contract would have a total value of approximately $3.42 billion US.
Full Bombardier press release:
http://www.bombardier.com/en/aerospa...01260d802c39d1


And one of the orders for an undisclosed customer has been disclosed, Gulf Air is ordering 10 CS100 aircraft.

Bombardier Press Release:
http://www.bombardier.com/en/aerospa...01260d802c3b07
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Gulf Air is customer for 10 unidentified Bombardier CS100s

Bombardier has confirmed that Bahrain carrier Gulf Air is the customer for 10 CSeries 100s, with six options. The firm order was announced at the Paris Air Show in June 2011.

Bombardier and Gulf Air confirmed they are working together to ensure the CSeries aircraft meets the goals of the airline’s ongoing restructuring, in line with its mandate to achieve long-term sustainability.

The Bahraini flag carrier earlier this year embarked on a major restructuring plan to cut heavy losses.
“Over the past four years, Bombardier Commercial Aircraft has tripled its aircraft representation in the Middle East and Africa, and altogether, more than 200 Q-Series turboprops, CRJ Series regional jets and CSeries aircraft are in service with, or have been ordered by, operators in the Middle East and Africa,” Bombardier Commercial Aircraft president Mike Arcamone said.
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I think right now a number of airlines are VERY interested in the CS300, since it will fill the role of 130 seat and smaller mainline airliner but with way lower CASM than the Airbus A318 or Boeing 737-600. Indeed, the CS300 could finally mean Delta Airlines can put the DC-9 "out to pasture."
It could also be a complement to the A319s and to the airlines' smaller commuter aircraft (e.g. ATR propeller, CRJ series, Embraer ERJ). I mean, with a heavier weight of the A318 and B736, the CS300 can help boost commuter services even further, similar to what the Embraer E-Jets (E170 and E190) can do.

And by the way, if any of the US carriers operate this aircraft on its mainline routes, it will then finally help in adding ever more services between secondary destinations, not just hub-and-spoke services, with its smaller passenger size and relative flexibility.
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wow! they are going to have 1 to 2 inches bigger seats than in the other planes. People are getting fat...
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wow! they are going to have 1 to 2 inches bigger seats than in the other planes. People are getting fat...
Not necessarily true. Wider seat widths are made for greater passenger comfort, especially on regional flights where seats can be sometimes so narrow, one really can feel "tight", especially on journeys lasting around 60 to 120 minutes, if not more.
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That is true. I have just quoted Bombardier spokesperson talking about plane in the video above.
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