the last month, Bombardier announced it had completed
all noise performance testing and data confirms it is
the quietest in-production commercial jet in its class.
The aircraft’s noise performance and its outstanding
short-field capability make it ideal for varied types of
operations. Earlier this year, Bombardier announced that
the C Series aircraft's maximum range is confirmed to be
up to 3,300 NM (6,112 km), some 350 NM (648 km) more
than originally targeted. The aircraft is delivering
more than a 20 per cent fuel burn advantage compared to
in-production aircraft, and a greater than 10 per cent
advantage compared to re-engined aircraft.
This means that one C Series aircraft could reduce an
operator’s carbon emissions by up to 6,000 tons each
year. The C Series will also emit 50 per cent fewer NOX
emissions than the CAEP 6* NOX emission standards.
assesses the environmental impact of its aircraft
throughout their life cycles. Based on its design,
manufacturing, operations and recyclability, the C
Series aircraft will be issued an Environmental Product
Declaration (EPD) upon entry-into-service an industry