Inside view of Bombardier CS300

The aircraft spends more time in the air flying and generating more revenue for the airline. It has an exceptional operational flexibility, widebody comfort and an unmatched environmental and noise footprint.

C Series CS300 Exterior

In the global aircraft manufacturing market, a new serious contender has emerged, C Series CS300.

C Series CS300 Exterior

On a world tour, the C-series aircraft also landed at Delhi airport where it was showcased to prospective buyers.

C Series CS300 Exterior

The bombardier C series is a family of narrow-body, twin-engine, medium-range jet airliners originally designed by canadian manufacturer bombardier aerospace.

C Series CS300 Exterior

The C Series aircraft offer over 15 per cent cash operating cost advantage, over 20 pr cent fuel burn advantage.

It consumes two litres of fuel per passenger per 100 km. The aircraft is 6,000 kilograms lighter, translating into lower fuel burn, owing to its design material.

C Series CS300 Interior

The new 160-seater, single-aisle aircraft boasts of an enhanced cabin design with bigger and wider seats, larger over-head cabins and windows as well as a broader aisle.

C Series CS300 Interior

The windows in the aircraft are as big this translates into more natural light inside the aircraft as well as allows an aisle-seat occupant to enjoy the view outside better.

C Series CS300 Interior

The overhead storage cabins are 10 cm lower and are opened upwards unlike most other aircraft where the lid has to be pulled down.

The new design allows passengers easier access to the storage.

C Series CS300 Interior

The aisle is roomier with a width of 20 inches, allowing a passenger to walk past a food trolley.

C Series CS300 Interior

It also offers wide-body comfort in a narrow-body aircraft.

The seats, too, provide more elbow room with the middle seats being 19 inches wide and aisle and window seats being 18.5 inches wide.

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