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Future of other Bombardier projects uncertain amid C Series deal

MONTREAL – Bombardier’s strategic C Series partnership with Airbus should put it on stronger financial footing but it remains unclear what fate awaits its other commercial aircraft. 127 more words

Canada

AEROCCO is born!

Everyone in his or her childhood has dreamed of becoming an astronaut or a pilot one day. Spacecrafts and Aircrafts have always been a center of interest to everyone. 146 more words

Morocco

An Exceptional 2012 Bombardier Challenger 605 (S/N 5908)

Guardian Jet is pleased to represent the sale of this beautiful, exceedingly well-maintained 9-passenger Bombardier Challenger 605.

Offered at $13,500,000, its sole owner has been a Fortune 500 company that maintained it as a FAR Part 91 aircraft. 691 more words

Business Aviation

BUSINESS REPORT: Once again corporate welfare will end up costing taxpayers

If businesses can’t survive on their own, then government has no right to get involved.

This was proven yet again with the failure of Bombardier’s C-Series jet to succeed. 140 more words

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Airbus not planning to buy out Bombardier's CSeries program, CEO says

Airbus has no plans to buy out minority CSeries partners Bombardier and the Quebec government, Airbus chief executive Tom Enders said Friday.

He said the priority is to close the deal next year that gives Airbus majority control, build a second assembly line in Alabama, sell more aircraft and make the program a huge success. 408 more words

Canada

Airbus and Bombardier sign their new C Series partnership agreement

Airbus SE and Bombardier Inc. are to become partners on the C Series aircraft program. A corresponding agreement was signed on October 19, 2017.  The agreement brings together Airbus’ global reach and scale with Bombardier’s newest, state-of-the-art jet aircraft family, positioning both partners to fully unlock the value of the C Series platform and create significant new value for customers, suppliers, employees and shareholders. 953 more words

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