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Messagepar thomas » Mer 8 Juin 2011, 19:40

Après Malmö Aviation dernièrement, une nouvelle commande pour les CSeries :

Bombardier Aéronautique a annoncé aujourd’hui qu’une société aérienne, qui préfère garder l’anonymat pour le moment, a passé une commande ferme de trois avions CS100 et pris des options sur trois autres. Les livraisons commenceront en 2014.
Au prix courant de l’avion CS100, la commande ferme passée par ce transporteur anonyme est estimée à 186 millions $ US, ce qui pourrait augmenter à 385 millions $ US si toutes les trois options étaient converties en commandes fermes.
« Comme nous l’affirmons depuis quelque temps déjà, la gamme d’avions CSeries constitue une proposition de valeur inégalée pour son segment de marché », a déclaré Charles (Chet) Fuller, vice-président principal, Ventes, marketing et gestion des actifs, Bombardier Avions commerciaux. « Les commandes annoncées la semaine dernière et aujourd’hui confirment que le confort digne d’un gros-porteur, les capacités exceptionnelles en matière de performances, les faibles décaissements d’exploitation et la fiche environnementale des avions CSeries en font une solution de transport aérien idéale dans le monde entier. »
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Re: Bombardier CSeries

Messagepar Flyzen » Jeu 16 Juin 2011, 14:26

Tony Fernades de AirAsia a été lors de son dernier passage a Montreal ( GP de F1) tres impressionné par ces machines et visiblement pourrait "y penser" pour un autre concept en marge de AirAsia
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http://lapresseaffaires.cyberpresse.ca/ ... irasia.php
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Messagepar sxbrf » Mar 8 Nov 2011, 14:31

Bombardier dévoile la cabine du CS300 de Korean Air



http://www.aerobuzz.fr/spip.php?article2220
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Messagepar Beflightman » Ven 20 Jan 2012, 10:59

Commande de 10 CS100 par la compagnie suisse PrivatAir.

A lire sur le lien de flightglobal.com:
http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articl ... 0s-367155/
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Messagepar Flyzen » Jeu 6 Déc 2012, 09:49

AirAsia n'aurait plus Bombardier ds sa "short list" pour expansion flotte ... resterait visiblement fidèle Airbus
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Messagepar AVION » Jeu 20 Déc 2012, 18:25

airBaltic Signs Firm Order for up to 20 CSeries Airliners

Bombardier Aerospace announced today that airBaltic has signed a firm purchase agreement to acquire 10 all-new Bombardier CS300 airliners. The Riga, Latvia-based airline also has purchase rights on a further 10 CS300 aircraft. The purchase agreement represents the conversion to firm orders of a Letter of Intent (LOI), announced at the Farnborough Air Show on July 10, 2012. The LOI also included the purchase rights on the 10 additional CS300 aircraft.

Based on the list price of the CS300 airliner, the firm-order contract is valued at approximately $764 million US and could increase to $1.57 billion US should the 10 purchase rights be converted to firm orders.

"A modern and efficient fleet is one of the fundamentals of the airline business, and this order is a progressive and exciting move forward for us. Following an in-depth analysis of existing and re-engined aircraft, as well as the new technologies offered by Bombardier's all-new CSeries aircraft, the results were clear and we selected the CSeries airliner," said Martin Gauss, Chief Executive Officer, airBaltic. "Earlier this year we launched our "ReShape" business plan that calls for the replacement of older aircraft and the transition to "greener flying" with an exclusive all-Bombardier fleet that will eventually involve taking on more Q400 NextGen aircraft together with the new CSeries aircraft. The C300 airliner and the Q400 NextGen turboprop - each being the most efficient aircraft in its class - will optimize airBaltic's network and fit perfectly in our "ReShape" business plan due to their performance, economics, environmental benefits and passenger comfort."
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Porter Airlines se jette à l'eau

Messagepar UY707 » Jeu 11 Avr 2013, 23:03

Porter Airlines (Toronto) has signed a conditional purchase agreement for 12 CS100 airliners, with options for an additional 18 CS100 aircraft. The agreement also includes purchase rights on six Q400 NextGen aircraft. The parties also disclosed that Porter Airlines is the unidentified, Americas-based customer that signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) for CS100 aircraft as announced by Bombardier in December 2012.

The announcement was made at Porter Airlines’ home base at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, where alongside Bombardier, they also unveiled the CSeries aircraft flight deck and cabin demonstrator that will be on private display at Porter’s facility during the month of April 2013.

Meanwhile the Toronto Port Authority released the following statement:

The Toronto Port Authority (TPA) is aware of the announcement made earlier by Porter Airlines. As an independent operation, it is up to Porter to pursue its own business plan for the benefit of its customers, shareholders and employees. The TPA takes no position on Porter’s business aspirations.

For the past 30 years, the TPA has operated the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (BBTCA) based upon the terms of the 1983 Tripartite Agreement, and will continue to do so. The TPA will not consider any change of use to the airport until a determination is first made by the elected representatives on Toronto City Council regarding Porter’s proposed changes to the 1983 Tripartite Agreement.

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Messagepar Flyzen » Jeu 19 Sep 2013, 09:23

video du 1er vol
belle machine, a savoir si elle va faire son trou parmi Airbus Boeing Embraer et +++


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Messagepar AVION » Mer 22 Jan 2014, 16:42

Bombardier cuts 1,700 jobs to save cash after jet delays

(Reuters) - Canada's Bombardier Inc said on Tuesday it will cut 1,700 aerospace jobs, or more than 4 percent of the unit's staff, as it pushes to preserve cash after costly setbacks in the development of two new jets.

Montreal-based Bombardier, which plans to eliminate 1,100 jobs in Canada and 600 in the United States, said it needs to reduce expenses while making major investments in its new CSeries commercial and Learjet 85 business jets.

Shares of the company, which has delayed the launch of its $3.9 billion CSeries four times and last year pushed back the delivery of the Learjet 85 to mid-2014, were down about 3 percent to C$3.98 on Tuesday.

"It's hard to believe that they'd be laying off this level of people without the financial necessity of doing it," said Richard Aboulafia, vice president of aviation consultancy Teal Group. "In other words, this speaks to a real issue in terms of raising more money to complete the (CSeries) program."

Bombardier, which had approximately C$4 billion ($3.64 billion) in cash and equivalents in October, will announce its fourth-quarter results and outlook on Feb. 13.

In a copy of the memo to staff, seen by Reuters, the company warned stricter spending controls were needed to ensure it can "consistently meet our budget throughout 2014."

"Cash has once again risen to the top of investor concern," RBC Capital Markets analyst Walter Spracklin said in a note, citing the CSeries delay and C$1.7 billion in debt maturing in 2016. Cash concerns were confirmed last week, he added, when rating agency Fitch downgraded Bombardier.

"You can look good to people who provide you with cash by bringing in orders. And if you can't do that, you desperately cut costs," Aboulafia said. "That's not a happy picture."

Orders for Bombardier's commercial and business jets fell 19 percent in 2013, in what the company called a "challenging year for aviation," while business jet deliveries lagged forecasts due to Learjet delays.

"There's definitely reason to be concerned," said Stonecap Securities analyst Scott Rattee. "The layoffs confirm ... they are very concerned about their cash position."

Bombardier said there is no specific cost-savings target associated with the job cuts, which Bombardier spokeswoman Haley Dunne said will affect both permanent and contract employees and both union and non-union staff.

Cormark Securities analyst David Newman estimated annual savings from the job cuts at about C$125 million.

The company, which notified employees about the cuts in an internal memo on Tuesday morning, said aerospace jobs will be eliminated in sectors including manufacturing, engineering, sales and support.

"This is all with the goal of assuring our long-term success," Dunne told Reuters. "It's just part of the overall continued focus we're putting on managing our costs prudently so that we can support our investments."

Of the 1,700 jobs, 300 had already been cut in December, Dunne said, adding that Bombardier would try to match employees whose jobs were being eliminated with a "few hundred" positions it is currently trying to fill.

Bombardier's aerospace unit has 22,200 of its 38,350 global aerospace employees in Canada and 5,700 in the United States. Operations in Montreal will see the bulk of the 1,100 job cuts, Dunne said. A Wichita, Kansas newspaper reported that 550 jobs were being cut at Bombardier's Learjet plant there.

"The cuts come as an absolute surprise, we were shocked in fact, cause things are going pretty good at the workplace," said Roland Kiehne, president of the Unifor local that represents some 2,000 unionized workers at Bombardier's aerospace manufacturing site in Toronto.
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Messagepar Flyzen » Mer 17 Juin 2015, 07:36

Pas fait pour faire plaisir a Airbus et Boeing
Les avions de la CSeries sont plus performants que prévu, dit Bombardier
a lire
http://quebec.huffingtonpost.ca/2015/06 ... 82036.html

...et le Gvt provincial du Québec pourrait supporter Bombardier par une entrée au capital pour supporter la gamme CSerie
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http://affaires.lapresse.ca/economie/tr ... ardier.php
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Messagepar AVION » Jeu 28 Avr 2016, 11:36

Une grosse commande d'une major qui redonne vie au programme

Delta has placed a firm order for 75 CS100 aircraft with options for an additional 50 units, Bombardier announced Thursday.


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Messagepar Flyzen » Jeu 28 Avr 2016, 12:56

AVION a écrit:Une grosse commande d'une major qui redonne vie au programme
Delta has placed a firm order for 75 CS100 aircraft with options for an additional 50 units, Bombardier announced Thursday.

Ouah
Belle commande, Delta n'est pas n'importe qui donc belle référence et si Delta satisfait ... un successeur des B717 tout trouvé
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Messagepar Flyzen » Mar 17 Oct 2017, 07:42

Airbus va prendre une participation majoritaire dans le programme d'avions de ligne CSeries de Bombardier.
a lire
http://www.latribune.fr/entreprises-fin ... 54403.html
une bonne initiative qui va permettre a Airbus de renforcer sa place sur le marché , sans être un coup de tonnerre comme le dit l'article en lien ça ne doit pas trop réjouir Boeing
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Messagepar Rwandair Express » Mar 17 Oct 2017, 09:49

En effet, l' A318 est un échec et le A319 (qui reste quand même un succès) n'a pas l'air d'exploser les ventes ces dernières années (4 livraisons en 2016, 3 pour le moment en 2017), alors que l'on dépasse le millier de commandes pour les A320NEO et A321NEO, le A319NEO n'est qu'à 51 commandes.
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Messagepar AVION » Mar 7 Nov 2017, 19:37

Analyst predicts Airbus will eventually terminate CSeries program

https://leehamnews.com/2017/11/07/analy ... s-program/
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Messagepar Flyzen » Mer 2 Mai 2018, 07:28

les C series deviendraient des Airbus A200
A210 pour le CS100
A230 pour le CS300

https://www.businessinsider.my/airbus-t ... ?r=US&IR=T
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