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  • Flybe Bombardier Q400’s crash landing in Amsterdam

    A Bombardier Q400 flown by Britain’s low-cost Flybe airline crash landed on 23rd February at Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport (Netherlands). The right landing gear collapsed on impact as the plane violently hit the runway, with the twin turboprop skidding several hundred feet. Watch the video without commentary. Read the article to find out more.

  • First images of test flight by Bombardier’s Global 7000

    The Bombardier Global 7000 successfully competed its first test-flight above Toronto, Canada on 4th November. The new twin-engined business jet is scheduled to enter into service in the second half of 2018. Watch the video without commentary. Read the article.

  • Aboard Swiss’ First CS100 Commercial Flight

    Swiss International Air Lines has just launched the first ever Bombardier CS100 commercial flight. aeronewstv was on board the Zurich – Paris flight to present the aircraft to you.

  • The Bombardier CS100 up against its competitors

    After delivery to the airline Swiss, the Bombardier CS100 will soon enter into service. The perfect opportunity to take a closer look at its direct competitors on the market today: the Airbus A319 and the Boeing B737-700. Here’s a short review.

  • Bombardier CEO: "Our competitors are so scared" of the CS100

    Bombardier delivered their first CS100 on 29 June, to Swiss International Air Lines, at a ceremony, which took place near Montreal, Canada, in the presence of hundreds of guests. In his speech, Bombadier CEO expressed his full determination.

  • First Bombardier CS100: imminent delivery to Swiss

    The Bombardier CS100 will soon enter service. With its civil certification received on 15 June, the Canadian single-aisle will be delivered in a few days to Swiss. Its entry into service is scheduled on July 15 between Zurich and Paris.

  • Bombardier CS300 goes for a dip

    Bombardier CS300 just passed successfully the runway water ingestion test. A mandatory test to obtain certification, which the CS100 will also soon undergo.

  • Paris Air Show, innovations and contracts on the menu

    On the second day of the Paris Air Show, Airbus Helicopters announced the launch of a heavy transport helicopter, the X6, and practically all the aircraft manufacturers have picked up orders.

  • Bombardier obliged to clip their own wings

    Bombardier will lay off 1,750 employees working on their Global 5000 and Global 6000 business jets due to the slowdown in orders.

  • Bombardier CS300’s successful maiden flight

    On 27th February, the Bombardier CS300 prototype made its first flight, which lasted almost five hours over Montreal in Canada. The largest aircraft ever built by Bombardier reached an altitude of 12,500 metres (41,000 feet) and a speed of 470 km/h (292 mph).

  • Bombardier’s Learjet 85 on standby

    On January 15th Canadian aircraft manufacturer Bombardier announced the suspension of its Learjet 85 programme. A ‘‘break’’ motivated by current insufficient opportunities for this type of twin-engined business jet, and also a blow to employees working on the programme.

  • 2014 Retrospective in two minutes flat

    As is customary each year end, it’s time to take stock ! In the aviation world, 2014 was marked by both good and bad news. Here’s an accelerated flashback in two minutes flat…

  • Challenger 650: new Bombardier twin-jet

    Bombardier is expanding its line of Challenger business jets. The Canadian manufacturer presented their Challenger 650 on 19th., October in Orlando, Florida. The presentation ceremony was held on the tarmac of the NBAA show, dedicated to business aviation, which runs from 21st to 23rd October.

  • Bombardier: end of the Black Period ?

    Less than a year after the inaugural flight of its CS100, Bombardier is no longer in a euphoric state, since then, the Canadian manufacturer has undergone a string of setbacks. The following is a reminder of the recent months’ key events.

  • Swiss eagerly await their first CS100...

    With the first successful flight of the CS100, on September 16 at Mirabel in Canada, the future Swiss acquisition is now at hand. The Swiss company has ordered a total of 30 CS-100’s.


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