Bombardier Inc.'s CSeries was “clearly a highlight” at the first day of the Paris Air Show, but the company has so far been unable to generate any new orders for the aircraft despite confirming that it's exceeding performance targets.
BombardierBombardier Inc continues to test the CSeries, its biggest jet to date. With seating for as many as 160 passengers, the plane is intended to challenge Airbus and Boeing's single- aisle models.
It's been a long time since Bombardier Inc.'s (TSX:BBD.B) shareholders got some real good news about the CSeries. But Walter Spracklin of RBC Capital Markets thinks there could be some very positive headlines coming soon.
MIAMI - Bombardier Inc.'s CEO appears to be managing expectations for the upcoming Paris Air Show, saying people shouldn't pay too much attention to the number of new CSeries orders the company is able to generate there.