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Alain Bellemare, chief executive officer of Bombardier Inc., speaks during a news conference in Mirabel, Que. on Nov. 28, 2016. (Valerian Mazataud/Bloomberg)
Alain Bellemare, chief executive officer of Bombardier Inc., speaks during a news conference in Mirabel, Que. on Nov. 28, 2016. (Valerian Mazataud/Bloomberg)

Bombardier delivers first CS300 airliner as speculation mounts about an even bigger plane Add to ...

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Bombardier Inc. delivered its first CS300 aircraft to Air Baltic Monday as investor attention turns to the question of the Canadian company’s next plane project, possibly a bigger version of its marquee C Series airliner.

The delivery of the first CS300 built for commercial service capped a revival of the C Series program that many people had considered dead only 12 months ago as Montreal-based Bombardier struggled under the weight of a cash crunch and order drought for the airplane.

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