Undisclosed Customer in China Orders Seven Bombardier CRJ700

Undisclosed Customer in China Orders Seven Bombardier CRJ700 NextGen
MONTREAL, QUEBEC -- (Marketwire) -- 12/06/12 -- Bombardier Aerospace
announced today that an undisclosed customer in China has signed a
purchase agreement for seven CRJ700 NextGen aircraft. Based on the
aircraft's list price, the contract including ancillary services is
valued at approximately $330 million US.  
"This latest order is a great step in establishing the CRJ700 NextGen
aircraft as an excellent special mission aircraft," said Michel
Bourgeois, President, Specialized and Amphibious Aircraft, Bombardier
More than 100 Bombardier aircraft, including CRJ Series and Q-Series
commercial aircraft, as well as Learjet, Challenger and Global
business jets, are currently operating in Greater China.  
Worldwide, CRJ Series aircraft are in service with more than 60
airlines and more than 30 customers operate corporate variants of the
aircraft. CRJ Series aircraft have logged more than 34 million flight
hours and 28 million take-off and landing cycles.  
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