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Is the a220 a regional jet?
Last Updated: 7th May, 2020
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Simply so, what airlines fly the a220?
|First flight||16 September 2013|
|Introduction||15 July 2016 with Swiss International Air Lines|
|Primary users||Swiss International Air Lines Delta Air Lines airBaltic Korean Air|
Additionally, how many seats does a regional jet have? A regional jet is a small aircraft that is used by airlines operating regional flights. Regional jets usually have less than 150 seats and are typically produced by aircraft manufacturers that specialise in making smaller aircraft.
Similarly, is a220 fly by wire?
The Airbus A220 flight deck features a five-panel Collins Pro Line Fusion avionics suite and sidestick fly-by-wire controls.
Where is the a220 made?
Canada's largest airline showcased the new jet, formerly known as the Bombardier CSeries and built at Bombardier's Mirabel facilities, at a hangar ceremony near Montreal-Trudeau International Airport on Wednesday in advance of the plane's inaugural flight from Montreal to Calgary.