The deal is valued at about $5.6 billion, making it Bombardier's largest CSeries order so far. That's is a big relief for the company, since the plane had many delays during development.
Delta (DAL), the world's second largest airline, is expected to use the jets to help replace its aging fleet of MD-88 and MD-90 aircraft.
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