Bombardier CSeries will sell both the Government of Tanzania, which represents its first order in seven months for its new commercial aircraft.
In total, the transaction includes two CS300 and a Q400 aircraft. According to list prices, the order is valued at 203 million US.
The aircraft will be operated by Air Tanzania, the national airline of the United Republic of Tanzania.
The last order of CSeries was in April, when the US carrier Delta Air Lines has confirmed the purchase of 75 CS100 aircraft, a firm order valued according to catalog prices, is estimated at US $ 5.6 billion .
Monday, Bombardier had delivered its first CS300 – the largest device family CSeries aircraft – the Latvian carrier airBaltic, its launch customer.
This aircraft, which can carry up to 160 passengers, must make its first commercial link between Riga and Amsterdam on 14 December.
Overall, airBaltic ordered 20 Bombardier CS300 devices.
So far, the aircraft manufacturer and rolling stock received 360 firm orders for its new aircraft, including 235 for the CS300.
Source: The Quebec Telegram