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    Predefinito News Bombardier CSeries

    Dopo tanto tempo, finalmente una buona notizia per la CSeries. Come nel caso della Swiss, vanno a sostituire gli Avro

    Bombardier Sells 10 CSeries Jetliners to Sweden's Braathens Aviation

    June 1, 2011 — Toronto
    Aerospace

    Transaction includes options on 10 additional CSeries aircraft
    CSeries aircraft’s performance and environmental features position it for operation from downtown airport
    Bombardier Aerospace announced today that Braathens Leasing Limited, a member of Braathens Aviation of Sweden, has placed a firm order for five Bombardier CS100 and five CS300 mainline jetliners. Braathens also took options on an additional 10 CSeries aircraft.

    Based on list prices for the CS100 and CS300 aircraft, the firm order contract is valued at approximately $665 million US. That could increase to approximately $1.37 billion US if the 10 options are converted to firm orders.

    The CSeries aircraft will be operated by Braathens Aviation member Malmö Aviation from its base at the Bromma-Stockholm City Airport, situated just a few kilometres from downtown Stockholm. Malmö Aviation currently operates 12 jet aircraft and intends to renew its fleet and explore new business opportunities with its CSeries aircraft starting in 2014.

    “The performance and environmental features of Bombardier’s CSeries aircraft will not only strengthen our position as the leading operator at Bromma-Stockholm City Airport, but will allow us to expand our business throughout the region,” said Geir Stormorken, Chairman, Braathens Aviation.

    “Bromma, being a city airport, has very strict noise regulations, as well as a short runway,” said Knut Solberg, Chief Executive Officer, Braathens Aviation. “We have been very focused on noise, emissions, fuel consumption and runway performance in our decision for a new aircraft type. With the CSeries aircraft, we found exactly what we were looking for. The CSeries aircraft promise excellent runway performance, noise levels which are less than half those of any similarly-sized aircraft currently in production, as well as unsurpassed environmental credentials. We think that the CSeries family of aircraft is a ‘game-changer’ in the context of the environment and performance, and we are very excited about introducing the CSeries jetliners to our passengers.”

    “With its order for CSeries aircraft, Braathens Aviation continues to illustrate its deep commitment to its customers and to the community in which it operates,” said Gary R. Scott, President, Bombardier Commercial Aircraft. “Braathens Aviation’s visionary leaders have chosen the CSeries aircraft’s game-changing technologies and 21st century design to help them deliver on their commitments, and we at Bombardier appreciate their confidence.”

    Designed for the growing 100- to 149-seat market, the CSeries aircraft combine advanced materials, leading-edge technology and proven methods to meet commercial airline requirements in 2013 and beyond.

    The CSeries aircraft family will offer a 15* per cent cash operating cost advantage and a 20* per cent fuel burn advantage; greatly reduced noise and emissions; as well as superior operational flexibility, exceptional airfield performance and a range of 2,950 nm (5,463 km). It will also provide passengers with three-plus-two, widebody-style seating in a single-aisle aircraft.

    The CS100 aircraft is scheduled to enter revenue service in 2013, followed by the CS300 aircraft in 2014.

    The transaction announced today increases firm orders for the CSeries family of aircraft to 100, including 38 CS100 and 62 CS300 aircraft, and raises the number of CSeries aircraft customers to four. Other customers that have ordered CSeries aircraft include Republic Airways (40 CS300 aircraft), Deutsche Lufthansa AG (30 CS100 aircraft) and Lease Corporation International Group (17 CS300 and three CS100 aircraft). In addition, the CSeries aircraft program includes options for 100 aircraft.





    About Bombardier
    A world-leading manufacturer of innovative transportation solutions, from commercial aircraft and business jets to rail transportation equipment, systems and services, Bombardier Inc. is a global corporation headquartered in Canada. Its revenues for the fiscal year ended January 31, 2011, were $17.7 billion, and its shares are traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange (BBD). Bombardier is listed as an index component to the Dow Jones Sustainability World and North America indexes. News and information are available at www.bombardier.com or follow us on Twitter @BombardierInc.
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    Predefinito Altro ordine per 3 CSeries + 3 opzioni

    Come da titolo.

    Ordine anonimo per il momento, vediamo se il nome viene svelato a Parigi.

    Bombardier wins order for 3 CS100 planes, options on 3 more
    Tue Jun 7, 2011 9:06am EDT
    * Order for 3 CS100 aircraft, options on 3 more

    * Order from unidentified carrier worth up to $385 mln (Follows alerts)

    (Reuters) - Bombardier Aerospace, a unit of the world's third-largest civil aircraft maker Bombardier Inc (BBDb.TO), said it received an order for up to 6 of its newest single-aisle CS100 aircraft that could be worth a total of $385 million.

    It is Montreal-based Bombardier's second deal in as many weeks. The company said last week its new CSeries jetliner won a small 10-plane deal.

    The latest order, from an unnamed airline, is for 3 CS100 aircraft, with options on 3 more.

    Delivery would start in 2014, Bombardier Aerospace said in a statement, noting the CSeries family of aircraft now has 103 orders from a total of 5 customers. (Reporting by Krishna N Das in Bangalore; Editing by Ian Geoghegan)
    link: http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/...7H728G20110607

    Press Releases

    Airline Places Order for Up to Six Bombardier CSeries Aircraft


    June 7, 2011 — Toronto
    Aerospace
    Well-established airline becomes fifth CSeries aircraft customer
    Bombardier Aerospace announced today that an airline, which has requested to remain unidentified at this time, has placed a firm order for three CS100 aircraft and options on three more. Deliveries of the aircraft will start in 2014.
    Based on the list price for the CS100 aircraft, the firm order placed by the unidentified carrier is valued at $186 million US, which could increase to $385 million US, should all three options be converted to firm orders.
    “As we have been saying for some time now, the CSeries family of aircraft is an unmatched value proposition in its segment,” said Charles (Chet) Fuller, Senior Vice President, Sales, Marketing and Asset Management, Bombardier Commercial Aircraft. “The orders announced last week and today confirm that the CSeries aircraft’s widebody-style comfort, exceptional performance capabilities, low cash operating costs and environmental credentials make it an ideal air transport solution worldwide.”
    Designed for the growing 100- to 149-seat market, the CSeries family of aircraft combines advanced materials, leading-edge technology and proven methods to meet commercial airline requirements in 2013 and beyond.
    The CSeries aircraft family will offer a 15* per cent cash operating cost advantage and a 20* per cent fuel burn advantage; greatly reduced noise and emissions; as well as superior operational flexibility, exceptional airfield performance and a range of 2,950 nm (5,463 km). It will also provide passengers with three-plus-two, widebody-style seating in a single-aisle aircraft.
    The transaction announced today increases firm orders for the CSeries family of aircraft to 103 including 41 CS100 and 62 CS300 aircraft, and raises the number of CSeries aircraft customers to five. Other customers that have ordered CSeries aircraft include Republic Airways (40 CS300 aircraft), Deutsche Lufthansa AG (30 CS100 aircraft), Lease Corporation International Group (17 CS300 and three CS100 aircraft) and Braathens Aviation (five CS100 and five CS300 aircraft). In addition, the CSeries aircraft program has booked options for 103 aircraft.
    About Bombardier
    A world-leading manufacturer of innovative transportation solutions, from commercial aircraft and business jets to rail transportation equipment, systems and services, Bombardier Inc. is a global corporation headquartered in Canada. Its revenues for the fiscal year ended January 31, 2011, were $17.7 billion, and its shares are traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange (BBD). Bombardier is listed as an index component to the Dow Jones Sustainability World and North America indexes. News and information are available at www.bombardier.com or follow us on Twitter @BombardierInc.
    Notes to Editors
    Image: CS100 aircraft
    For additional images, video and product information on the CSeries aircraft, please visit: www.nowisthefuture.com.
    Follow @Bombardier_Aero on Twitter to receive the latest news and updates from Bombardier Aerospace.
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    * The CSeries aircraft are in the design phase. All data and specifications are estimates, subject to change in family strategy, branding, capacity and performance during the design, manufacture and certification process. Performance has been estimated based on a 500-nm North American operating environment.
    Bombardier, CSeries, CS100 and CS300 are trademarks of Bombardier Inc. or its subsidiaries.
    For Information
    John Arnone
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    +1 416 375 3030
    www.bombardier.com
    link: http://www.bombardier.com/en/corpora...01260d8017e164
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    Predefinito News CSeries

    Per non aprire un'altro thread, propongo di mettere tutte le news riguardanti la CSeries qua (amministratori: provvedete alla modifica del titolo?).

    Oltre agli annunci fatti al #PAS11, c'è da segnalare la conferma del LoI da parte di Korean il 29 luglio scorso:

    Korean Air Converts Letter of Intent to Firm Order for Bombardier CSeries Aircraft






    July 29, 2011 — Toronto
    Aerospace
    Bombardier Aerospace announced today that the Letter of Intent (LOI) from Korean Air signed on June 21 at the 2011 Paris Air Show to acquire 10CS300 airliners has now been converted into a firm order. The transaction also includes options on 10 CS300 aircraft and purchase rights for an additional 10 CS300 aircraft.
    The firm order makes Korean Air, South Korea’s flagship airline, the launch customer for the CSeries aircraft in Asia. The airline currently operates a fleet of 137 passenger and cargo jet aircraft to 115 cities in 39 countries.
    “Korean Air’s selection of the CSeries aircraft to meet its route expansion requirements in the Asia-Pacific market, and our growing list of customers in the European and North American markets are testaments to the high value and operational flexibility of the CSeries aircraft program,” said Gary R. Scott, President, Bombardier Commercial Aircraft.
    Korean Air’s CS300 aircraft will be powered by Pratt & Whitney geared turbofan PW1521G engines. Designed for the growing 100- to 149-seat market, the CSeries family of aircraft combines advanced materials, leading-edge technology and proven methods to meet commercial airline requirements in 2013 and beyond.
    The CSeries aircraft family will offer a 15* per cent cash operating cost advantage and a 20* per cent fuel burn advantage, greatly reduced noise and emissions as well as superior operational flexibility, exceptional airfield performance and a range of 2,950 nm (5,463 km). It will also provide passengers with widebody-style seating in a single-aisle aircraft.
    The Korean Air transaction increases firm orders for the CSeries family of airliners to 133 aircraft. Other customers that have firm orders for CSeries aircraft include Republic Airways (40 CS300 aircraft), Deutsche Lufthansa AG (30 CS100 aircraft), Lease Corporation International Group (17 CS300 and three CS100 aircraft), Braathens Aviation (five CS100 and five CS300 aircraft), a well-established, unidentified airline (three CS100 aircraft), an unidentified major network carrier (10 CS100 aircraft) and an unidentified European customer (10 CS100 aircraft). These customers have also taken 119 options and 10 purchase rights on CSeries jetliners.
    About Bombardier
    A world-leading manufacturer of innovative transportation solutions, from commercial aircraft and business jets to rail transportation equipment, systems and services, Bombardier Inc. is a global corporation headquartered in Canada. Its revenues for the fiscal year ended January 31, 2011, were $17.7 billion, and its shares are traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange (BBD). Bombardier is listed as an index component to the Dow Jones Sustainability World and North America indexes. News and information are available at www.bombardier.com or follow us on Twitter @Bombardier.

    Notes to Editors
    • Image 1: In front of the CSeries mock-up at the Paris airshow, following the signing of a LOI for up to 30 aircraft between Bombardier Aerospace and Korean Air: (sitting) Gary R. Scott, President, Bombardier Commercial Aircraft and Walter Cho, Senior Vice President, Korean Air; (standing) the Honourable Christian Paradis, Minister, Industry Canada, and Guy Hachey, President and Chief Operating Officer, Bombardier Aerospace
    • Image 2: Korean Air CS300 aircraft
    • For additional images, video and product information on the CSeries aircraft, please visit: www.cseries.com.
    • Follow @Bombardier_Aero on Twitter to receive the latest news and updates from Bombardier Aerospace.
    • To receive our press releases, please visit the Email Subscription and RSS Feed section.
    * The CSeries aircraft are in the design phase. All data and specifications are estimates, subject to change in family strategy, branding, capacity and performance during the design, manufacture and certification process. Performance has been estimated based on a 500-nm North American operating environment.
    Bombardier, CS100, CS300 and CSeries are trademarks of Bombardier Inc. or its subsidiaries.
    For Information
    John Arnone
    Bombardier Aerospace
    +1 416 375 3662
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    Quote Originariamente inviato da pieterde Visualizza il messaggio
    Per non aprire un'altro thread, propongo di mettere tutte le news riguardanti la CSeries qua (amministratori: provvedete alla modifica del titolo?).
    Proposta accolta con ringraziamento da parte dell'amministrazione per il lavoro.
    Fa quel che può. Quel che non può, non fa.

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    Proposta accolta con ringraziamento da parte dell'amministrazione per il lavoro.
    Grazie, con piacere.
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    Predefinito Ilyushin Finance firma LoI per 7 x CS300 + 3 x CS100 + 20 options/purchase rights

    Ancora niente di ufficiale sul sito della Bombardier, ma la notizia si trova su flightglobal.com:

    MAKS: Ilyushin Finance plans to take up to 30 CSeries

    By David Kaminski-Morrow

    Russian lessor Ilyushin Finance has signed a tentative agreement to take up to 30 Bombardier CSeries twinjets, a potential landmark deal for the type.
    Ilyushin Finance is to acquire seven CS300s and three CS100s under a pact - so far amounting to a letter of intent - which includes options and purchase rights on another 20 aircraft.
    "The aircraft leasing world is changing rapidly," said Ilyushin Finance director general Alexander Rubtsov, speaking during the MAKS Moscow air show.
    He said older, less fuel-efficient aircraft were presenting "ongoing challenges" to the country's fleets.
    Ilyushin Finance told Flightglobal its agreement marked the first time it had opted for such a large deal from a Western airframer, and that the 110- to 130-seat CSeries would be a candidate to replace mainline types, notably the Tupolev Tu-154.
    "We have interest [from airlines]," the company added. "We think it will be really popular in Russian airline companies. They are interested in 130 seats, so it's very easy to sell it - we think it will be really popular.
    "If the aircraft is as [Bombardier] says, it will be great and have a great future."
    Ilyushin Finance is aiming to build a range of capacity to offer carriers, from the regional sector - the Antonov An-148 and An-158 - up to the United Aircraft MS-21 family. The lessor said the CSeries fits a segment between these types.
    e qua:

    MAKS: Ilyushin aims to firm order for up to 30 CSeries this year

    By David Kaminski-Morrow

    Lessor Ilyushin Finance intends to slot the Bombardier CSeries into the centre of its portfolio, to give it a broad family of aircraft with a degree of commonality.
    IFC is intending to firm a letter of intent for up to 30 CSeries aircraft - as early as this year, the Canadian airframer said - and will use the time until then to negotiate with possible Russian customers.
    The lessor handed a potential breakthrough deal to Bombardier, with a tentative order for seven CS300s and three CS100s - an entirely new agreement which was originally set to be outlined at Paris in June.
    Deliveries of the CS100s would start in mid-2015 and the CS300s the following year. IFC has options and purchase rights on another 20.
    IFC general director Alexander Rubtsov told Flightglobal, at the MAKS Moscow air show, that he was confident about taking a risk with the new Pratt & Whitney geared turbofan-powered aircraft.
    "One may say we're gamblers by definition, we've been working with Russian aircraft since day one," he said.
    Rubtsov pointed out that IFC is building a portfolio of aircraft up to 200 seats, with smaller regional jets, such as the Antonov An-158, up to the Irkut MS-21.
    The CSeries, he said, fitted the 110- to 130-seat segment and also had "lots of commonality" with the other types, such as its powerplant and avionics.
    "It makes sense to offer a family - even though it's not really a family," said Rubtsov.
    IFC is also keen to be involved in after-sales support for the twinjet type, he added.
    Bombardier sees room to co-operate with IFC in this area. "We're looking at various partners," said the airframer's commercial aircraft senior vice-president of sales, Chet Fuller. "IFC is potentially one of them."
    IFC is the second leasing customer for the CSeries. Fuller said IFC is "the best lessor in Russia", and added: "They're a very sophisticated group, very aware of what they're trying to accomplish.
    "Most lessors, while having sufficient technical capability, don't have the depth of capability that IFC has. They're going to be a great partner for CSeries."
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    Predefinito Nuovo LoI di Atlasjet

    Al Dubai Airshow Bombardier ha annunciato un nuovo LoI per la CSeries: Atlasjet 10 + 5 options - da finalizzare entro fine anno.

    Turkey's Atlasjet Signs for up to 15 Bombardier CS300 Airliners



    November 15, 2011 — Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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    First low-fare carrier is tenth customer to order CSeries aircraft

    Bombardier Aerospace announced today that Atlasjet Havacilik A.S. of Istanbul, Turkey has signed a letter of intent (LOI) to acquire 10 CS300 jetliners and take options on a further five CS300 aircraft.

    Based on the list price of the CS300 airliner, a firm-order contract would be valued at $776 million US, and could increase to $1.18 billion US if the five options were converted to firm orders.

    “There are several reasons why we selected Bombardier’s all-new CS300 aircraft,” said Murat Ersoy, Chairman, Atlasjet. “The CS300 aircraft has the best economics in its class; it is well suited for our unique operations in hot temperature environments; and, based on its performance and economics, it will return the highest profitability in strategic markets. With its offering of widebody comfort in a single-aisle aircraft, it is the right-sized platform for us.”

    “We consider airlines operating in Turkey and the Middle East to be prime candidates for CSeries aircraft,” said Guy C. Hachey, President and Chief Operating Officer, Bombardier Aerospace. “Airlines in the region face revenue and performance challenges as their current fleets are composed mainly of jet aircraft larger than the CSeries aircraft. The CSeries aircraft gives airlines a right-sized solution optimized for their environment and operation.”

    Founded in 2001, Atlasjet operates 17 aircraft on domestic and international routes with scheduled and charter services. Atlasjet is operated and managed by Ersoy Turistik Servisleri (ETS), a conglomerate of travel companies with tourism offices across Turkey. Atlasjet operates domestic scheduled passenger services and regular charter flights to cities across Europe, Kazakhstan, Iraq and Saudi Arabia. Operating from its main base at Atatürk International Airport, Istanbul, the airline also has hubs at Adnan Menderes Airport, Izmir and Antalya Airport.

    “The CSeries aircraft has the range and payload capability that meet our mission requirement,” said Orhan Coskun, Chief Executive Officer, Atlasjet. “The CSeries aircraft has excellent operational flexibility and that’s what we need.”

    Bombardier forecasts that Turkey will play a key role in the transformation of the aviation industry in the Middle East and Eastern Europe. Carriers in the region, especially in Turkey and the Middle East, have consistently reported increased annual revenues and capacity growth.

    Designed for the growing 100- to 149-seat market, the 100 per cent new CSeries family of aircraft combines advanced materials, leading-edge technology and proven methods to meet commercial airline requirements in 2013 and beyond. Powered by Pratt & Whitney PurePower PW1500G engines, the CSeries aircraft family will offer a 15* per cent cash operating cost advantage and a 20* per cent fuel burn advantage. The CSeries family of aircraft’s clean-sheet design is ensuring that it will achieve greatly reduced noise and emissions, as well as superior operational flexibility, exceptional airfield performance and a range of 2,950 nm (5,463 km)*. The CSeries aircraft will be up to 12,000 lbs (5,443 kg) lighter than other aircraft in the same seat category and will provide passengers with a best-in-class, widebody cabin environment in a single-aisle aircraft.

    Bombardier has booked firm orders for 133 CSeries airliners from Republic Airways (40 CS300 aircraft), Deutsche Lufthansa AG (30 CS100 aircraft), Lease Corporation International Group (17 CS300 and three CS100 aircraft), Korean Air (10 CS300 aircraft), Braathens Aviation (five CS100 and five CS300 aircraft), an unidentified major network carrier (10 CS100 aircraft), an unidentified European customer (10 CS100 aircraft) and a well-established, unidentified airline (three CS100 aircraft). The CSeries aircraft program has also booked options for 119 aircraft and purchase rights for 10 aircraft from these customers, as well as an LOI for up to 30 CSeries aircraft from Ilyushin Finance Co.
    Fonte: http://www.bombardier.ca/en/corporat...01260d801b2329
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    Predefinito Possibile ritardo per la CSeries

    Secondo la Montreal Gazzette, il 6 dicembre, durante la investor's call, Bombardier potrebbe annunciare un ritardo che fa slittare l'entrata in servizio da fine 2013 al 2014.


    CSeries won't meet target: analysts
    Bombardier may announce postponement at Dec. 6 investor day, expert predicts


    By FRANÇOIS SHALOM, The Gazette November 16, 2011 4:13 AM


    They took a month to wend their way to the fore, but comments by Bombardier Aerospace president Guy Hachey last month have convinced a growing number of analysts that Bombardier Inc.'s CSeries will not make its 2013 entry-into-service target.

    As The Gazette reported on Oct. 12, Hachey surprised analysts and reporters at a meeting in Las Vegas, saying "we're up against the wall in terms of schedule."

    The buffer time the company had built in to develop the all-new aircraft incorporating advanced-composite materials and a new-generation engine by Pratt & Whitney had practically evaporated, Hachey said.

    "We used up a lot of the contingency time we built in" the 64-month program. "I don't see a miss (for 2013), but we are under pressure."

    In effect, the Montreal aircraft manufacturer must do everything right and on schedule from here on in - with no unforeseen technical issues cropping up in the next two years in the development of an exceedingly complex machine.

    The markets, analysts say, have factored in a delay for the CSeries in the wake of delays measured in years for Boeing Co.'s 787 Dreamliner and Airbus SAS' A380 and A350-1000.

    Walter Spracklin of RBC Capital Markets is the latest analyst to forecast a possible delay for the CSeries. He said in a report that Bombardier may announce a postponement at a Dec. 6 investor day.

    Cameron Doerksen of National Bank Financial said "I don't think a six-or ninemonth delay would be that big a deal because Bombardier didn't give exact (delivery) dates to their customers."

    But a debate about the length of a delay "is kind of a meaningless exercise now. It entirely depends on what the issue is," Doerksen added.

    Bombardier Aerospace spokesperson John Arnone said from the Dubai air show Tuesday that "we continue to march towards an (entry into service) in late 2013."

    "However, we acknowledge that there are challenges as there are with any new aircraft program. Thus far, we've been able to deal with these challenges."

    One factor mitigating Bombardier's no-room-for-error straitjacket, said Raymond Jaworowski, is the recent announcement by Brazil's Embraer that it was almost certain not to develop its own plane in that category, but will re-engine its ERJ-170 and ERJ-190 regional jets instead.

    "That does give them some breathing space," said Jaworowski, a consultant with Forecast International of Newtown, Conn. A brand new plane "would have been added pressure."

    Arnone said the Embraer decision "really clarifies once and for all the competitive landscape. It also confirms that we are the only company building an all-new aircraft for that (100-to 149-seat) segment."

    Doubts about the 2013 delivery date began to seep in early this year after a report mentioned a possible threemonth delay.

    But in an April teleconference call, Bombardier president Pierre Beaudoin and Hachey noted that while some developmental steps had moved around sequentially, the overall time frame remained unaffected.

    Richard Aboulafia, a consultant with Teal Group of Fairfax, Va., and an early skeptic on the CSeries timeline, said in an email that he considers Shenyang Aircraft Corp., the Chinese supplier contracted to provide the centre fuselage for the aircraft, the biggest probable cause for a delay.
    Read more: http://www.montrealgazette.com/CSeri...7118/story.htm
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    Predefinito Bombardier annuncia ordine per 5 CS100 + 5 options per PrivatAir

    Interessanti le speculazioni su eventuali rotte in configurazione all-biz da LCY.

    Bombardier Signs PrivatAir for up to 10 CSeries Aircraft


    January 19, 2012 — Toronto
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    Full-service provider to airline partners to receive all-business class CSeries aircraft

    Bombardier Aerospace announced today that Geneva-based PrivatAir has placed a firm order for five CS100 airliners and has taken options on an additional five CS100 aircraft.
    Based on the list price for the CS100 aircraft, the firm order contract is valued at approximately $309 million US, and could increase to $636 million US if the five options are exercised.
    PrivatAir was founded more than 30 years ago and operates a large fleet of commercial and business aircraft to provide private charter and private airline services. Its specialized services include exclusively business class flights on behalf of several major network airlines. As a superb example of the versatility of the world’s only all-new aircraft in its segment, the
    CSeries aircraft acquired by PrivatAir will be delivered in an all-business class configuration.
    “The CSeries aircraft represent cutting-edge technology and are true 21st century jetliners,” said Greg Thomas, President and Chief Executive Officer, PrivatAir. “The CS100 jetliner is very well suited for our route expansion plans and we look forward to introducing this very modern aircraft into our fleet.”
    “The CSeries aircraft program keeps growing and we have now announced our 11th customer,” said Guy C. Hachey, President and Chief Operating Officer, Bombardier Aerospace. “The CSeries family of aircraft is designed for operational flexibility and many airlines around the world, like PrivatAir, are very much aware of how the aircraft can meet their future plans. Our global push, as well as the superior performance benefits of the CSeries aircraft, will ensure that Bombardier will capture a significant portion of the 100- to 149-seat market segment over the next twenty years.”
    “Included among the 11 customers that have selected the CSeries aircraft are major network carriers, national carriers, premium airlines serving city centre airports, a low-cost airline, leasing companies and now, with the order from PrivatAir announced today, a full service provider to airline partners,” said Philippe Poutissou, Vice President, Marketing, Bombardier Commercial Aircraft. “This diversity of customers speaks volumes about the flexibility of the CSeries aircraft family to meet air transport requirements worldwide.”
    Designed for the growing 100- to 149-seat market, the 100 per cent new CSeries family of aircraft combines advanced materials, leading-edge technology and proven methods to meet commercial airline requirements in 2013 and beyond.
    Powered by Pratt & Whitney PurePower PW1500G engines, the CSeries aircraft family will offer a 15* per cent cash operating cost advantage and a 20* per cent fuel burn advantage. The CSeries family of aircraft’s clean-sheet design will enable the aircraft to achieve greatly reduced noise and emissions, as well as superior operational flexibility, exceptional airfield performance and a range of 2,950 nm (5,463 km). The CSeries aircraft will be up to 12,000 lbs (5,443 kg) lighter than other aircraft in the same seat category and will provide passengers with a best-in-class, widebody cabin environment in a single-aisle aircraft.
    Including the order from PrivatAir announced today, Bombardier has booked firm orders for 138 CSeries airliners. Other customers include Republic Airways (40 CS300 aircraft), Deutsche Lufthansa AG (30 CS100 aircraft), Lease Corporation International Group(17 CS300 and three CS100 aircraft), Korean Air (10 CS300 aircraft), Braathens Aviation(five CS100 and five CS300 aircraft), an unidentified major network carrier (10 CS100 aircraft),an unidentified European customer (10 CS100 aircraft) and a well-established, unidentifiedairline (three CS100 aircraft).
    The CSeries aircraft program has also booked options for124 aircraft and purchase rights for 10 aircraft from these customers, as well as Letters of Intent for up to30 CSeries aircraft from Ilyushin Finance Co, and for up to 15 CS300 aircraft from Atlasjet.
    Fonte: Bombardier
    Ultima modifica di pieterde; 20th January 2012 a 13: 02 Motivo: spelling
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    Esteticamente un bell'aereo .. praticamente un 787 in miniatura
    Scommetto se cominciassero a parlare di una capacita' attorno ai 200 passeggeri ryanair si interesserebbe !!

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    Scommetto se cominciassero a parlare di una capacita' attorno ai 200 passeggeri ryanair si interesserebbe !!
    Per quello c'è il C919 della Comac.
    "Si bene quid memini, causae sunt quinque bibendi;
    Hospitis adventus, praesens sitis atque futura,
    Aut vini bonitas, aut quaelibet altera causa." - Henry Aldrich

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    A me sebra u superjet 100
    http://cockpit.airlines-manager.com/...estion/649.jpg

    Forse un bacio di rose,in fondo ad un bicchier di vino.

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    Predefinito Bombardier CSeries: a che punto siamo?

    Per il fatto che SWISS (per il tramite dell'ufficio acquisti aerei della holding LH) ha ordinato trenta Bombardier CS100, si leggono vari articoli, di questi tempi, su riviste, settimanali o quotidiani della Confederazione. In pratica si tratta di informazioni su un aereo che non c'è ancora...ma che deve entrare in servizio con SWISS fra poco più di due anni e che, tutto sommato, non ha ancora "sfondato". Il carnet di ordini del costruttore canadese comprende solo 138 apparecchi, gli ultimi ordinati oltre sei mesi fa dalla svizzera Privat Air.
    Nelle officine di Bombardier continuano i test strutturali. Si vogliono evitare le esperienze negative di Boeing con il suo Dreamliner che hanno causato importanti ritardi. Proseguono pure i test del motore: PW1524G del costo unitario di 8 milioni di USD. Gli otto motori costruiti finora hanno volato per 1'800 ore, di cui 300 sul Boeing 747SP dell'azienda. Il propulsore dovrebbe dare un rumore inferiore di 10-15 decibel rispetto al già "silenzioso" AVRO100, in pratica, all'orecchio, un dimezzamento del rumore. In evidenza anche il minore inquinamento e il risparmio di carburante... ma si dovranno attendere i voli di prova (a partire da fine anno). Quanto a SWISS: i primi sette esemplari consegnati saranno immessi su linee tipiche degli AVRO100. Inoltre le caratteristiche del nuovo apparecchio consentiranno di atterrare/decollare a London/City e, magari, a Lugano.

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    Un interessante articolo sul rumore (limitato) del nuovo aviogetto canadese è pubblicato sulla Basler Zeitung di oggi...

    www.baz.ch

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    Hanno detto che i ritardi del prototipo li recuperano con la riduzione dei tempi di produzione.
    la prima consegna e' ancora prevista per fine 2013
    quando vedo credo, soprattutto perche ' un giocattolo da 130 posti e 63 tons di mtow non ho capito bene come fa ad essere il futurom del regional....mah
    V.

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    \soprattutto perche ' un giocattolo da 130 posti e 63 tons di mtow non ho capito bene come fa ad essere il futurom del regional....mah
    V.
    Da non tecnico ti chiedo: Mi puoi tecnicamente spiegare quale e' il problema in questi parametri?
    Grazie

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    Effettivamente in ogni articolo o commento che ho letto sull' aereo vi sono un mix di interesse per le novità e perplessità varie. La ditta canadese insiste poi nel dire che si tratta di un aereo assolutamente nuovo:... un riferimento alle lunghe serie di modelli di Airbus e di Boeing. Per quanto riguarda SWISS: è un aereo che dev'essere così: che consuma meno (-20%) e fa meno rumore... Uso: breve e medio raggio europeo. Vedremo!

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    Grazie

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    Quote Originariamente inviato da mo-mo Visualizza il messaggio
    Effettivamente in ogni articolo o commento che ho letto sull' aereo vi sono un mix di interesse per le novità e perplessità varie. La ditta canadese insiste poi nel dire che si tratta di un aereo assolutamente nuovo:... un riferimento alle lunghe serie di modelli di Airbus e di Boeing. Per quanto riguarda SWISS: è un aereo che dev'essere così: che consuma meno (-20%) e fa meno rumore... Uso: breve e medio raggio europeo. Vedremo!
    Ma 20% in meno rispetto a CRJ e ERJ, pur avendo un bel po' di posti in più?

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    Gli ibridi difficilmente diventano successi proprio perchè non sono nè carne nè pesce.

    In questo momento i segmenti sono abbastanza fissi da tempo, solamente che i segmenti regional e quello dei turboprop si sono ridotti per via dell'aumento dei posti richiesti per essere operati convenientemente e questo sta portando i produttori di Regional a cercare spazio in alto.

    Per adesso l'operazione non sta avendo successo, vedremo in futuro...

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    Ma 20% in meno rispetto a CRJ e ERJ, pur avendo un bel po' di posti in più?
    Cento posti e non ... un bel po' in più. SWISS (evidentemente anche l'intero gruppo DHL) richiedono il minor consumo di carburante. Si tratta di avere certezze e non dubbi. I costi del kerosene, infatti, sono aumentati in modo importante e impediscono guadagni adeguati alle compagnie. Il breve raggio è un po' un lato debole di alcune compagnie europee. C'è la ferrovia efficace in alcuni Paesi europei.

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    Questo credo sia un video interessante per quanto riguarda alcune novità del C-Series, soprattutto per il cockpit:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C9Kxd...em-subs_digest
    TRIJETS LOVER


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    Per quanto riguarda il CSeries (che è a tutti gli effetti un "mainline" e non un Regional) i vantaggi rispetto agli attuali (e rimotorizzati) NarrowBody in circolazione sono:
    Rispetto ai NB attuali: -20% di costi operativi e -15% di consumo di carburtante con -75% di rumore
    Rispetto ai NBre (reEngined): -12% di costi e -12% di consumi
    vi sono anche minori emissioni inquinanti (-20% di CO2 e -50% di NOx) e una riduzione del peso strutturale rispetto agli attuali aeromobili nella categoria 100-150 posti.

    Ricordando che la CSeries è composta dai due modelli CS100 (da 100 a 125 posti) e CS300 (da 120 a 150 posti) ecco gli ultimi update sullo stato di produzione:
    - BBD sta ultimando in questi giorni la completa attivazione del "Aircraft 0" installando fly-by-wire e carrelli di atterraggio, sul primo vi sono alcuni problemi con la Parker Hannfin con la quale BBD sta lavorando attivamente per risolvere le tempistiche di consegna. Il Aircraft Zero (nel complesso CIASTA di Mirabel, Montreal, Canada) ha già iniziato il processo di test del velivolo nel marzo 2012 (4800 ore di test, 20 ore al giorno, 7 giorni su 7) che servono già per la certificazione del velivolo.
    - I test in volo verranno effettuati con 7 FTV "Flight Test Vehicle" dei quali 5 CS100 e 2 CS300. Le parti strutturali per i primi 3 velivoli sono già prodotte e parzialmente consegnate a Mirabel, intanto sono in produzione quelle per i velivoli 4 e 5 (6 e 7 verranno nel 2013). Del complesso di componenti per i primi FTV gli ultimi ad essere consegnati saranno gli impeggaggi prodotti da Alenia che raggiungeranno Mirabel "nel corso dell'estate" per cominciare la fase di assemblaggio finale del primo velivolo che spiccherà il volo (FTV1) a fine settembre 2012. L'FTV1 dovrebbe essere completato per fine Novembre e librarsi in volo dalla pista di Mirabel (YMX / CYMX) entro il 31 dicembre 2012.
    - L'entrata in servizio è prevista per la fine del 2013 con una compagnia al momento anonima.

    Status degli ordini:
    la pagina http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of...CSeries_orders di Wiki è ben strutturata ad illustrare il tutto, in sunto ci sono:
    - 138 ordini con 124 opzioni e 10 diritti di acquisto già firmati e "definitivi" da 9 compagnie
    - altre 2 compagnie che hanno firmato per 20 + 15 opzioni in lettere d'intenti
    - una compagnia che ha firmato (ieri) un ordine condizionale per 15 aerei
    Dei 12 clienti per il CSeries, 4 rimangono "unidentified".
    Magari durante Farnborough, che è appena cominciato, si vedranno altri ordini e alcuni dei "unidentified customers" si faranno avanti! Vedremo...

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    Grazie per le puntuali informazioni!

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    Ci mancherebbe, sto seguendo questo aereo da vicino e condividere info mi sembra il minimo!

    Inoltre Swiss ha dichiarato oggi di aver scelto il dual-HUD per i suoi CS100:
    http://www.flightglobal.com/news/art...series-373915/

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