Aircraft Cockpits and Aircraft Profiles available as printed posters and digital downloads.
Airliners, Military, Helicopters and Light Aircraft.
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The Airbus A220 was previously known as the Bombardier C Series and is a family of narrow body, medium range, twin engined jet airliners. Although the aircraft is built and was designed by Bombardier of Canada it is marketed by Airbus. In September 1998 Bombardier started a study into a BRJ-X or Bombardier Regional Jet eXpansion a larger regional jet than those already built by Bombardier. The project was launched at the Farnborough Airshow in July 2004 and full design started on 15th March 2005. There were to be two variants, the C110 and the larger C130. After a convoluted development the first flight was on 16th September 2013. During flight testing the aircraft suffered from engine issues which delayed entry into service with Swiss International Air Lines until 15th July 2016. On 8th June 2018 it was confirmed that Airbus would take a majority stake in the C Series program and it would be renamed the A220, with the CS100 being called the A220-100 and the CS300 being named the A220-300.
Available in the following printed formats:
The printed poster is available printed on either:
The digital download is FREE when you purchase the printed poster. The download is available from our site immediately that the order has processed. The digital download is in Adobe pdf format.
We provide high quality, high resolution cockpit posters and aircraft profiles. All our posters are drawn from manufacturers documents, photos of the aircraft and backed up by visits to real aircraft and simulators. Prints are provided on high quality matt paper and digital downloads are available as soon as the order clears.
Cockpit Revolution has been developing cockpit posters for the last 5 years and are drawn by a Flight Engineer using his expertise in aircraft engineering and training.
All the cockpit posters are based upon the manufacturers documentation, visits to the aircraft and simulators and photographs.
These posters are drawn to no specific configuration, phase of flight or switch position. If you require a specific configuration, phase of flight or switch position then please contact us.
My latest drawings are an extension of the images added to the cockpit posters, the profile of the aircraft. These drawings are detailed and accurate.