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  1. Steven
    Steven at |

    I am really excited about this plane entering service in the US. And, honestly, that’s the first time I think I could ever say that about an aircraft from Bombardier. 2-3 is an excellent layout in the back (2-2 is better, but has its limits unless you build an RJ with 737-900 length), the wider seats plus extra wide middle seat, the 2-2 seating up front, the large overheads… everything about it looks like a winner from a passenger perspective.

  2. AdamH
    AdamH at |

    Are the overhead symmetrical or is the left size smaller?

  3. JohnB
    JohnB at |

    Delta has hinted for a long time, about a replacement to the horrible flight of experience of the CRJ and ERJ aircraft. B717 was supposed to help, but those really just replaced aging MD80/80 aircraft. With the CS100, us folks who live in small cities will finally get a decent aircraft.

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