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Re: Delta buys a fleet of Bombardier CS100s

Travel Rob ·
We've been following Bombardier closely and this is good news for them. And the upgrade is good for Delta too.
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Delta buys a fleet of Bombardier CS100s

PHeymont ·
Delta has committed itself to 75, and possibly 50 more, Bombardier CS100s, the model's biggest order and a lifeline for the financially struggling company.
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Canadian Start-Up ZiNG Airlines Plans on Using Bombardier Jets to Compete

Travel Rob ·
  ZiNG Airlines, a start-up airline out of Moncton, Canada, plans on using the locally manufactured Bombardier CS100 jets to compete with Air Canada and WestJet.   ZiNG Founders, Wayne Fernandes and Ben de Mendonca, are planning to...
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Delta looking at buying Bombardier CS100

DrFumblefinger ·
A huge sale would greatly help Canadian aircraft manufacturer, Bombardier. Might Delta provide its big break?
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Re: Canadian Start-Up ZiNG Airlines Plans on Using Bombardier Jets to Compete

DrFumblefinger ·
I wish them success. Canada could use another airline, especially true if ZiNG plans on running as a discounter. I agree with their sentiment that WestJet has lost its way. I've no problem with what planes are used by either company, but their focus on customer service has dropped greatly in the past decade.
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Re: Canadian Start-Up ZiNG Airlines Plans on Using Bombardier Jets to Compete

Travel Rob ·
It's very hard to start an airline today and ZiNG has got a tough road ahead to launch their airline. But they do raise some interesting arguments for using the Bombardier CS100 and not using hub cities. Watch their You Tube Video:
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