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Bombardier Korean Air Ceremony

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Script : Bombardier Korean Air Ceremony

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22 December 2017, Mirabel - Delivery of the first Bombardier CS300 commercial aircraft to Korean Air.

22 December 2017, Mirabel - Delivery of the first Bombardier CS300 commercial aircraft to Korean Air.

Tags : AERONAUTICS | BOMBARDIER | KOREAN AIR LINES | C SERIES | CS300

Location : Mirabel, Canada

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