Bombardier C-Series | CS100
From 2007 to 2010 Oliver Schmidt worked successfully as a Senior Manager Projects & Engineering at RUAG Aerospace in Emmen (Switzerland).
His projects included drawing up quotations for the development of structural assembly groups such as winglets, fuselage frames, pax and cargo floor structure and door frames, pylon fairings, ailerons, spoilers, landing flaps, fixed leading edges for different customers and manufacturers of long-range, medium-range, regional and business-travel aircrafts such as Airbus, Boeing, Dassault, Bombardier, Saab, Stork Fokker.
Excerpt from wikipedia:
The Bombardier CSeries is a family of narrow-body, twin-engine, medium-range jet airliners that are being developed by Canadian manufacturer Bombardier Aerospace. Models are the 110-seat CS100, and the 135-seat CS300. These were initially named C110 and C130, respectively. In certification documentation, the CSeries family is designated Bombardier BD-500, with suffix -1A10 for the CS100 and -1A11 for the CS300.
This new CSeries jet, which offers 110-seat and 135-seat versions, competes with the Boeing 737 Next Generation 737-600, 737-700, Airbus A318, Airbus A319, and Embraer 195. Bombardier claims the CSeries will burn 20% less fuel per trip than these competitors.
In November 2012, Bombardier announced that the 110-seat CS100 would take its maiden flight in June 2013 and enter service in the second quarter of 2014. The 135-seat CS300 is to follow six months later.
On 16 September 2013, the CS100 took the first flight for the model and the CSeries.