Bombardier had been in negotiation with Delta Air Lines and the latter finally placed an order in April 2016 for 75 of the CS100 series models with an option for 50 additional aircraft. At full list price, the deal would total US$5. 6 billion but some sources were convinced that Delta had received a significant discount. Air Canada also firmed up its tentative order for CSeries jets in late June 2016. The company ordered 45 of the CS300s with an option for another 30. Statements by the two companies indicated that the firm sale would be worth $3. 8 billion, and the option would increase that to $6. 3 billion if it were exercised. (However, these figures are based on the full list price of the aircraft. ) Deliveries would not start until late 2019. In the meantime, negotiations were continuing with the Federal government for a subsidy of $1 billion. The next day, Bombardier delivered the first CSeries aircraft to Swiss International Air Lines, which was the first to start flying them.
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