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CS300, A220-300 or BD-500-1A11?

Wed Nov 07, 2018 3:11 pm

So what is the correct designation for the bird, is it CS300, A220-300 or BD500-1A11? Are CS300/A220-300 just marketing names, and the BD500 designation the official one on certificates?

Just not sure how to log this bird as I flew on one yesterday!
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Re: CS300, A220-300 or BD-500-1A11?

Wed Nov 07, 2018 3:14 pm

Your logbook. Log it however you like
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Re: CS300, A220-300 or BD-500-1A11?

Wed Nov 07, 2018 3:16 pm

Woodreau wrote:
Your logbook. Log it however you like


Of course, I can log it as an A380 if I want to...


Anyway, for those that might be more helpful, what is the official designation, and this is not just for my logbook, but generally speaking?
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Re: CS300, A220-300 or BD-500-1A11?

Wed Nov 07, 2018 3:42 pm

BD-500-1A10 or 11; depending on 100 or 300. The rest is marketing BS.

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Re: CS300, A220-300 or BD-500-1A11?

Wed Nov 07, 2018 4:05 pm

GalaxyFlyer wrote:
BD-500-1A10 or 11; depending on 100 or 300. The rest is marketing BS.

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Thanks. That is the answer I was looking for.

So officially it is still a Bombardier airplane, as it starts with BD?
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Re: CS300, A220-300 or BD-500-1A11?

Wed Nov 07, 2018 5:57 pm

Not that’s it BBD plane, that’s what the Type Certificate states.

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Re: CS300, A220-300 or BD-500-1A11?

Thu Nov 08, 2018 11:59 am

B747forever wrote:
So what is the correct designation for the bird, is it CS300, A220-300 or BD500-1A11? Are CS300/A220-300 just marketing names, and the BD500 designation the official one on certificates?

Just not sure how to log this bird as I flew on one yesterday!


Pilot type rating is BD500 in the US and Canada.

A flight plan, the CS100 has the designation BCS1, CS300 BCS3.

An itinerary will have the IATA code of CS1 for the CS100A220-100 and CS300/A220-300 it is CS3.
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Re: CS300, A220-300 or BD-500-1A11?

Thu Nov 08, 2018 5:12 pm

zeke wrote:
B747forever wrote:
So what is the correct designation for the bird, is it CS300, A220-300 or BD500-1A11? Are CS300/A220-300 just marketing names, and the BD500 designation the official one on certificates?

Just not sure how to log this bird as I flew on one yesterday!


Pilot type rating is BD500 in the US and Canada.

A flight plan, the CS100 has the designation BCS1, CS300 BCS3.

An itinerary will have the IATA code of CS1 for the CS100A220-100 and CS300/A220-300 it is CS3.


Thanks for the reply!
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