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A mock-up of the new C-series passenger jet from Bombardier aerospace was on display for the media at their facility in Montreal. September 14, 2008 (John Morstad for The Globe and Mail)
A mock-up of the new C-series passenger jet from Bombardier aerospace was on display for the media at their facility in Montreal. September 14, 2008 (John Morstad for The Globe and Mail)

Bombardier books new order for C-series jets Add to ...

An unidentified airline has ordered three new C series aircraft from Bombardier Inc., and taken options on another three, raising the number of firm orders for the plane to 103.

The order is worth $186-million (U.S.) and could increase to $385-million if three options on the plane are also taken up, Bombardier said in a statement Tuesday.

The C series, which will carry between 100 and 149 passengers, will into service in 2013. Deliveries to the unidentified airline will start in 2014.

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  • Updated December 7 4:16 PM EST. Delayed by at least 15 minutes.

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