Bombardier C-Series aircraft are not "RJs." They are 110-130 seat mainline aircraft with a 3x2 configuration.Typical Section 6 playbook.
"We've got these aircraft on order, but we can't take delivery until we get this pilot contract nailed down. So, again, the most we can give you is a 3% pay raise."
And UAL mainline ordering CRJ's? I doubt it.
not saying this rumor is true at all, but i am waiting on the first mainline carrier to order the C-Series so we can officially pin that aircraft onto the mainline tickets. That should be a great airplane when it comes.