Friday, October 06, 2017

Bombardier's CS300 aircraft stops in Delhi during world tour

New Delhi: Canadian aerospace manufacturer Bombardier's CS300 aircraft arrived at Indira Gandhi International airport here on Thursday as part of its world tour.
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.
Therefore, "it offers wide-body comfort in a narrow-body aircraft," asserts Bombardier's Product Marketing Manager Raymond Manougian.
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.
The windows in the aircraft are as big as those on the Boeing 777, 50 per cent larger than an Airbus 320 and 26 per cent larger than a Boeing 737, claims Bombardier. This translates into more natural light inside the aircraft as well as allows an aisle-seat occupant to enjoy the view outside better.
05/10/17 PTI/Times of India

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