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Bombardier and CityJet Finalize Purchase Agreement for up to 10 CRJ900 Aircraft

Bombardier Commercial Aircraft announced that a firm purchase agreement, consistent with the conditional agreement announced on January 24, 2017, has been finalized with Dublin-based regional carrier, CityJet. The firm agreement includes six CRJ900 aircraft and options for an additional four aircraft. Upon delivery, the aircraft will operate under wet lease in the Scandinavian Airlines (SAS)...

Bombardier and CityJet Sign Conditional Purchase Agreement for up to 10 CRJ900 Aircraft

Bombardier Commercial Aircraft announced that Dublin-based regional carrier, CityJet has signed a conditional purchase agreement for six CRJ900 aircraft and has also taken options on an additional four aircraft. This purchase agreement is expected to go firm on January 31, 2017. Upon delivery, the aircraft will operate wet lease services on behalf of Scandinavian Airlines (SAS). Based on t...

CityJet assures customers that normal services will continue at London City Airport

CityJet has assured its customers and the travelling public that there will be no disruption to its services at London City Airport arising from threatened industrial action by a minority of its London-based cabin crew who are members of the Unite trade union. A CityJet spokesperson said: “Some members of our cabin crew based at London City Airport have threatened strike action later this...

Irish CityJet to option 6 more Russian-made airliners

Irish regional airline CityJet has agreed to option six more Russian-made Sukhoi Superjet 100 (SSJ100) airliners with a $210 million list price, the Irish Independent reported. The airline plans to turn an existing 10-order option for Russian airplanes into orders, according to CityJet founder and executive chairman Pat Byrne. The company also placed an order for up to 14 Bombardier aircraft. T...