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it's been a long time coming but the new kid is finally on the block nobody a. c. series hoping to rise above its problems as it makes its debut at this year's paris air show a make or break moment , apparently not says the project's vice presidents robert juha lease or long cycle programs , no aircraft in flight thirty forty years , and so it's really about consistently selling and promoting an advance in the aircraft so yeah one individual show is a , single aisle aircraft homebody a is hoping to catch a haul off the global market for one hundred to one hundred fifty seats is , so far though it only has two hundred forty three orders the realities they need a whole lot more , five point four billion dollars the project is more than fifty percent over budget , the company is desperate , cash , i'm reuters reports on other than it's at the paris air show is the controls in here that nobody hopes will help sell lease playing all the technology has been compiled into one system with launches screens things like navigation at the click of a mouse everything designed to make it easier to fly , there's also the fuel economy supposedly twenty percent more efficient than existing ashcroft , the product it seems is not the problem when you're up against boeing and airbus it's all about money lift tons a swiss is the only monkey customer to sign up so far and then it's off to a tee is on the market , still waiting for their first deal here in paris , it seems the c. c. ares may prove too little too late