A £1bn deal for new aircraft is gained by Belfast-based planemaker Bombardier.
At the Bahrain Air Show this week, it was declared that the
Last year, about 54 million passengers moved through Saudi Arabia's 27 airports.
Nevertheless, Bombardier has also now said that the entry into service of the CS100 aircraft is now expected in the second half of 2015. It will be followed about six months afterwards by the CS300 aircraft.
The company mentioned that more time was required for flight testing.
The first flight of the CS100 happened in
"While the process has taken more time than we had expected, our suppliers are aligned with the programme schedule and together, we will continue to work closely to move the program steadily forward."
In the meantime,
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