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(Wired)   Bombardier CSeries aircraft, a next gen aircraft competing directly with the Boeing 737 and Airbus 320 had its first flight today. Landing too   (wired.com ) divider line
    More: Cool, Bombardier CSeries, Airbus, Boeing, Air New Zealand, large aircraft, Pratt & Whitney, companies of Canada, bulk box  
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2013-09-18 08:14:04 AM  
Coming in low is part of every textbook approach...
 
2013-09-18 10:09:06 AM  
I know Bombardier has been making planes for a long while, I know they own Learjet, but I still can't help but think of them as the company that made ugly yellow snowmobiles with pop up headlights.
 
2013-09-18 12:45:38 PM  
The new Bombardier jet features propellor noises just like the Dash-8.
 
2013-09-18 01:11:10 PM  

Tom_Slick: I know Bombardier has been making planes for a long while, I know they own Learjet, but I still can't help but think of them as the company that made ugly yellow snowmobiles with pop up headlights.


the recreational vehicle business got spun off a decade or so ago

they are the worlds biggest player in both light rail and business class jets
but they don't make snowmobiles.
 
2013-09-18 01:20:33 PM  
Help the Bombardier!
 
2013-09-18 01:43:18 PM  
Bom-ba-deer!!!!!

/Nice to see their snowmobiles can fly now. ;)
 
2013-09-18 04:30:36 PM  

Arkanaut: Help the Bombardier!


I'm the bombardier!
 
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