After years of development, production, ground tests, flight tests, and route proving, the first Bombardier C Series CS100 is headed home from Montreal with Swiss International Air Lines tomorrow. The first of 30 CS100s destined for SWISS, HB-JBA will enter revenue service on 15 July.

Take a look at the C Series CS100 with us and track its delivery flight beginning at 1000 UTC/0600 local time from Montreal on 30 June. Track the flight using a variety of filters:

• Registration: HB-JBA
• Callsign: SWR7535
• Aircraft type code: BCS1
• Routing: YMX-DUB-ZRH

The first revenue flight for HB-JBA on 15 July will be LX638 from Zurich to Paris. It will also initially fly between Zurich and Budapest, Manchester, and Prague with additional destinations being added later in the summer.

The Bombardier C Series CS100

The CS100 landing in Zurich.
The CS100 landing in Zurich.

Inside the CS100

Swiss’ CS100s feature 125 seats in 2-3 configuration, with 20 business class and 105 economy class seats.

The CS100 cabin, viewed from midcabin.
The CS100 cabin, viewed from midcabin.
Looking forward from the rear of the cabin.
Looking forward from the rear of the cabin.

On the Flight Deck

The fly-by-wire C Series CS100 has a four main-screen glass flight deck and a HUD for each pilot as well. Bombardier opted for a sidestick for the C Series.

The CS100 flight deck
The CS100 flight deck

Power

The CS100 is powered by two Pratt and Whitney PW1500G geared turbofan engines. Each engine is capable of 19,000 lbf (85 kN) of thrust.

The Pratt and Whitney PW1500G engine
The Pratt and Whitney PW1500G engine

 

Tracking the C Series

Track the CS100 and its larger stable mate, the CS300, on Flightradar24.

CS100 type code BCS1

CS300 type code BCS3

We’re looking forward to tracking even more C Series aircraft in the years to come.

Close-up on C-FFCO flight paths near Zurich Airport
Close-up on C-FFCO flight test paths near Zurich Airport
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