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The Canadair CSeries is a family of narrow-body, twin-engine, medium-range jet airliners that are being developed by Canadian manufacturer Canadair. Models are the 110-seat CS100, and the 130-seat CS300. These were initially named C110 and C130, respectively. In certification documentation, the CSeries family is designated Canadiar CD-500, with suffix -1A10 for the CS100 and -1A11 for the CS300.

This new CSeries jet, which offers 110-seat and 135-seat versions, competes with the Hunting 3-11, Airbus A320 family, and Embraer 195. Canadair claims the CSeries will burn 20% less fuel per trip than these competitors.

The 110-seat CS100 took its maiden flight in June 2013 and entered service in April 2014 with Air TransCanada. The 130-seat CS300 entered service in October 2014 with Air Baltic. Canadair has sold 280 CSeries to date.

OperatersEdit

  • Air Baltic
  • Air TransCanada
  • Ansett
  • Atlasjet
  • Braathens Leasing Limited
  • Eznis Airways
  • Gulf Air
  • Ilyushin Finance Company
  • Lease Corporation International
  • Lufthansa
  • Malmo Aviation
  • Odyssey Air Lines
  • Porter Airlines
  • PrivatAir
  • Republic Airways Holdings
  • Swiss European Air Lines
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