Canadian manufacturer Bombardier is big in transportation. It makes trains, subway cars. monorails, light rail vehicles and airplanes. If you're not lucky enough to have flown in one of its posh business jets, there's a good chance you've flown in one of the company's regional jets that are popular with airlines on shuttle routes.
But the company is stretching its commercial airline business with the medium-range CSeries aircraft. Bombardier showed the latest version in the family, the CS300, at the Paris Air Show. Click on for a peek inside.
A blunter nose is a characteristic of newer aircraft and the CS300 is no exception. With the engines turned off, generators provided power to the cabin and much-needed air conditioning on a blazingly hot summer day.