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Aeronautique.ma parle de CRJ-100 Next Gen et non plus de CS100 pour Bombardier. ^^

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Bombardier Aéronautique Maroc accueille un avion CRJ1000 NextGen à l’aéroport Mohammed V​


Les employés de Bombardier Aéronautique au Maroc ont accueilli un avion CRJ1000 NextGen à l’aéroport Mohammed V à Nouaceur à proximité de l'usine de Bombardier Aéronautique, rapporte la page facebook du géant aéronautique Canadien.

L'usine, qui fabrique les commandes de vols des avions de la famille CRJ selon la même source, compte déjà un effectif de plus de 100 personnes. À l’horizon 2020, Bombardier prévoit d'employer 850 travailleurs qualifiés sur son installation marocaine.

Bombardier Aéronautique a commencé la production à son usine de transition au Maroc en Février 2013. Bombardier, qui compte s'installer dans la plateforme industrielle intégrée MIDPARC de Nouaceur, profite de centres de production provisoire mis à sa disposition pour entamer la production en attendant que soit complétée son usine permanente. L'unité de production industrielle de nouvelle génération dans le Royaume nécessitera un investissement de 200 millions de dollars.

La compagnie nationale Royal Air Maroc a annoncé au cours de cette année son intention d’acquérir 12 à 15 appareils d’une capacité de 100 sièges. Des appareils qui devraient permettre à la compagnie d'être concurrentielle sur les liaisons courtes avec l’Europe. Deux avionneurs sont concernés: le brésilien Embraer ERJ-190 et le canadien Bombardier CRJ-1000 NextGen. Royal Air Maroc comprend dans sa flotte aujourd'hui un Embraer et deux Bombardier en location en "période d'essai".

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Mardi 17 Décembre 2013

http://www.aeronautique.ma/Bombardi...00-NextGen-a-l-aeroport-Mohammed-V_a3340.html
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?...57244.196254140406272&type=1&relevant_count=1
 

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Aeronautique.ma parle de CRJ-100 Next Gen et non plus de CS100 pour Bombardier. ^^

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Bombardier Aéronautique Maroc accueille un avion CRJ1000 NextGen à l’aéroport Mohammed V​


Les employés de Bombardier Aéronautique au Maroc ont accueilli un avion CRJ1000 NextGen à l’aéroport Mohammed V à Nouaceur à proximité de l'usine de Bombardier Aéronautique, rapporte la page facebook du géant aéronautique Canadien.

L'usine, qui fabrique les commandes de vols des avions de la famille CRJ selon la même source, compte déjà un effectif de plus de 100 personnes. À l’horizon 2020, Bombardier prévoit d'employer 850 travailleurs qualifiés sur son installation marocaine.

Bombardier Aéronautique a commencé la production à son usine de transition au Maroc en Février 2013. Bombardier, qui compte s'installer dans la plateforme industrielle intégrée MIDPARC de Nouaceur, profite de centres de production provisoire mis à sa disposition pour entamer la production en attendant que soit complétée son usine permanente. L'unité de production industrielle de nouvelle génération dans le Royaume nécessitera un investissement de 200 millions de dollars.

La compagnie nationale Royal Air Maroc a annoncé au cours de cette année son intention d’acquérir 12 à 15 appareils d’une capacité de 100 sièges. Des appareils qui devraient permettre à la compagnie d'être concurrentielle sur les liaisons courtes avec l’Europe. Deux avionneurs sont concernés: le brésilien Embraer ERJ-190 et le canadien Bombardier CRJ-1000 NextGen. Royal Air Maroc comprend dans sa flotte aujourd'hui un Embraer et deux Bombardier en location en "période d'essai".

Aeronautique.ma
Mardi 17 Décembre 2013

http://www.aeronautique.ma/Bombardi...00-NextGen-a-l-aeroport-Mohammed-V_a3340.html
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?...57244.196254140406272&type=1&relevant_count=1
 

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Tu es entrain de faire du clonage Gadiri :)

Je ne pense pas que la RAM va aller avec les CS series. A moins que le prix de cet avion soit abordable contrairement a ce que laisse entendre les premiers chiffres publiés.
 

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Bombardier CS100 seems to be an oddball in this poll, and here is why:

#1. It's not really a 100-seater; capacity-wise it's more or less in the same category as the A318, the smallest B737, and maybe the E195 (CRJ1000 would be a 100-seater, but it does not appear in this poll).

#2. It is priced well above the SSJ100 and the E190, making it - once again - a competitor for the likes of A318 and the B737.

#3. The CS100 is not a serial production aircraft (yet). It has just flown a couple of months ago, and I don't think it will be entering service until 2015. Add another year or two of inevitable teething problems, and we're already in 2016 or 2017. Only then you can make a realistic comparison of the CS100 to other planes.

IMO, the E190 is a widespread, reliable, and a reasonably priced plane. Same applies to the CRJ100. The SSJ100 is a much newer machine with brand-new engines, which probably means it's more fuel efficient. But, there is only a handful of SSJ100s in service, so their long-term reliability and cost of ownership isn't known.
 

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Heu.. ? Bombardier est majoritaire dans les sondages :


Résultat au 18/10/13

Ce n'est pas un peu trop cher ?
Yesterday, it was the 1st vote for SSJ100.

Now 16, in less 24h.

It seems that SSC Russia is a strong lobby group. :lol:

 

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Bombardier CS100 seems to be an oddball in this poll, and here is why:

#1. It's not really a 100-seater; capacity-wise it's more or less in the same category as the A318, the smallest B737, and maybe the E195 (CRJ1000 would be a 100-seater, but it does not appear in this poll).

#2. It is priced well above the SSJ100 and the E190, making it - once again - a competitor for the likes of A318 and the B737.

#3. The CS100 is not a serial production aircraft (yet). It has just flown a couple of months ago, and I don't think it will be entering service until 2015. Add another year or two of inevitable teething problems, and we're already in 2016 or 2017. Only then you can make a realistic comparison of the CS100 to other planes.

IMO, the E190 is a widespread, reliable, and a reasonably priced plane. Same applies to the CRJ100. The SSJ100 is a much newer machine with brand-new engines, which probably means it's more fuel efficient. But, there is only a handful of SSJ100s in service, so their long-term reliability and cost of ownership isn't known.
The last article posted deals about Bombardier CRJ-1000 NextGen and not CS Series. Wait and see. Casablanca new Bombardier factory produce elements for CRJ-1000 NextGen.

I aggree with you for CS Series delay. It should be compared with new Embarer E2 generation : E-175-E2, E-190-E2 and E-195-E ; in 2020, 2018 et 2019. More details.
 

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Yesterday, it was the 1st vote for SSJ100.
Now 16, in less 24h.
It seems that SSC Russia is a strong lobby group. :lol:
This thread was mentioned on russian SSJ related sites.
Like this one: http://superjet.wikidot.com

INFO
- Interjet's SSJ's flight times http://superjet.wikidot.com/wiki:nalet-interjet (you must be logged to your google account to see charts)
- Register and production pipeline http://superjet.wikidot.com/register (light green - in operation, dark green - in final steps of production, light yellow - assembly started)
- Set of SSJ Videos http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZ4aAUKu5JJuZ-6Z1XeLpxIv90u59rX97&feature=view_all
 

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The last article posted deals about Bombardier CRJ-1000 NextGen and not CS Series.
This is true, but the poll shows CS100 for some reason.

The CRJ1000 is surely a great plane, but - as all the Bombardiers I have flown - it has a "little" problem .. they have low ceilings. I am 187-188 cm tall, and I remember having to duck to avoid bumping my head when walking in the aisle.

The E190 has a double-bubble fuselage, so the ceiling is much higher. I have never flown the SSJ100, but I understand its ceiling is also high enough.

Besides, both the Embaer and Sukhoi are much ($10M) cheaper than the Bombardier, so - like you said - we shall wait and see.
 

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This is true, but the poll shows CS100 for some reason.

The CRJ1000 is surely a great plane, but - as all the Bombardiers I have flown - it has a "little" problem .. they have low ceilings. I am 187-188 cm tall, and I remember having to duck to avoid bumping my head when walking in the aisle.

The E190 has a double-bubble fuselage, so the ceiling is much higher. I have never flown the SSJ100, but I understand its ceiling is also high enough.

Besides, both the Embaer and Sukhoi are much ($10M) cheaper than the Bombardier, so - like you said - we shall wait and see.
The poll shows CS 100 because the RAM board dealed about 3 possibilities : Embraer 190/Bombardier CS 100/Sukhoï Supert Jet 100.

2 Embraer 190 have been tested, now it's 1 SSJ100 and we'll see if next plane is CRJ1000 or CS100.



I didn't find figure for cabin maximum tall, but it seems to be a little more than CRJ-1000 actual.

 
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