"We selected the C Series aircraft because of its range which will allow us to better serve domestic and regional destinations, including neighbouring Arab cities, the Middle East as well as several European destinations".
Canadian commercial aircraft manufacturer Bombardier on Tuesday announced a deal for 12 CS300 aircraft with EgyptAir at an estimated cost of $1.1 billion (Dh4 billion). The total list-price value of the deal rises to $2.2 billion if all options are exercised.
The announcement of the deal was made at the Dubai Air Show. Earlier in the month, Bombardier announced a separate CSeries agreement for up to 31 firm orders with an undisclosed European customer.
Hundreds of puppies illegally smuggled into United Kingdom to cope with Christmas demand
Seven cane corso pups reportedly had their ears and tails illegally cropped and docked with scissors and vodka. Miss Boyden added: 'We continue to be astounded at the lengths these deceptive breeders and dealers will go'.
The US trade department imposed tariffs of 300% on the C Series as it upheld a complaint from Boeing over subsidies the aircraft received from the Canadian and United Kingdom governments.
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