Bombardier CS100 C-FBCS, which the manufacturer calls CSeries Flight Test Vehicle One, landed at Mirabel Airport some 30 miles north of Montreal at 12:22 p.m. local time, following a 2 hour 29 minute first flight.

Read more

Bombardier Aerospace says it will confirm more precise timing approximately 24 hours prior to the actual date and time of the first flight of FTV1.

Read more

Pratt & Whitney’s PW1524G engine for the Bombardier CSeries commercial-jet family flew its maiden flight on the engine manufacturer’s Boeing 747SP flying test-bed at Pratt & Whitney Canada’s Mirabel Aerospace Centre, in Mirabel, Quebec, on June 20.

Read more