Based on the list price of the Bombardier CS300, a firm-order contract with the network carrier (which styles itself airBaltic) will be valued at approximately US$764 million, and could increase to US$1.57 billion should airBaltic convert its 10 purchase rights into firm orders.

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Bombardier Aerospace has announced that a new customer, which has requested to remain unidentified, has placed a conditional order for five CS100 and 10 CS300 jetliners.

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Atlasjet Havacilik A.S. of Istanbul, Turkey has signed a letter of intent to order 10 Bombardier CS300 jetliners and take options on a further five CS300s. Bombardier announced the deal at the Dubai Airshow 2011.

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A full-scale flight deck demonstrator for the all-new Bombardier CSeries aircraft has made its world debut at the Dubai Air Show. Visitors to the CSeries aircraft dome, situated at P1, will experience first-hand the most advanced flight deck demonstrator in the industry.

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Bombardier says the final results of a five-year wind-tunnel test program have validated the CSeries airliner’s aerodynamic design and support the manufacturer’s predictions that the CSeries family will deliver a 20 per cent fuel-burn advantage over comparably sized existing jets.

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Bombardier Commercial Aircraft is teaming with Korean Air to showcase a full-scale cabin demonstrator for the manufacturer’s new CSeries airliner at the Seoul International Aerospace & Defense Exhibition from October 18 to 23.

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The transaction also includes options on 10 CS300s and purchase rights for an additional 10. The firm order makes Korean Air, South Korea’s flagship airline, the launch customer for the Bombardier CSeries in Asia.

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At the Paris Airshow, Korean Air has signed a letter of intent to order 10 Bombardier CS300 aircraft with an additional 10 options and 10 purchase rights on CS300 airliners. Korean Air becomes the Asian launch customer for the Bombardier CSeries program.

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SAS has confirmed it will replace its remaining Boeing 737 Classics and McDonnell Douglas MD-80s with similar numbers of additional 737NGs and Airbus A320-family aircraft. These fleet decisions will preclude any SAS order for Bombardier CSeries jets in the short to medium term, an SAS spokeswoman confirms.

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