Larger CSeries jet could compete with Boeing, Airbus

01/8/2010 | Aviation Daily

Facing competition from China and Russia, Bombardier could announce this year plans for a larger version of its CSeries jet, according to one analyst. The company has so far unveiled only the 110-seat CS100 and 130-seat CS300, but a 150-seat model could be in the works, potentially representing competition for Boeing and Airbus, said J.P. Morgan's Joseph Nadol.

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