Bombardier Q Series, CRJ Series and C Series aircraft.
OTTAWA: The 100 to 150-seat segment will represent 70 per cent of aircraft needs during the period 2017-2036 with 6,800 aircraft valued at US$580 billion, according to Bombardier’s new market forecast,.
This will be followed by the 60 to 100-seat segment with 5,750 deliveries worth US$240 billion.
The complete market is seen as 12,550 aircraft worth US$820 billion, based on 2017 list prices.
“The outlook for our markets is strong,” said Fred Cromer, President, Bombardier Commercial Aircraft. “We are the only manufacturer with a solution for any type of business model in the 60- to 150-seat segment, and we are well positioned to capture the value from the exciting opportunities outlined in this Market Forecast.”