Monday, 16 July 2018

Bombardier exhibit the CRJ Atmosphere cabin at Farnborough

At Farnborough International Air Show the Canadian manufacturer Bombardier, free of the shackles of its CSeries jet that is now rising to new heights under the auspices of Airbus, had to make do with showing off a new cabin for its CRJ aircraft.

Bombardier showcased the new ATMOSPHÈRE cabin alongside launch operator Delta Air Lines and supplier Zodiac Aerospace during the first day of the show. “Our product is evolving, and this signature cabin design represents the latest innovation to our very successful regional jet program. This cabin design will add value to airlines, the feedback has already been very positive as demonstrated with the recent momentum we have gained in the market.” said Fred Cromer, President, Bombardier Commercial Aircraft.

The CRJ900 aircraft with the ATMOSPHÈRE cabin is on display all week and the company will also be exhibiting a Q400 aircraft in the colours of Ethiopian Airlines.  They are also showing off the sweet and powerful Global 6000 business jet.