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MONTREAL/PARIS, May 2 (Reuters) - Bombardier Inc (Toronto: BBD-A.TO - news) and Airbus SE named new leaders for the CSeries jetliner program on Wednesday, in a further step towards finalizing a deal for the European planemaker to take control of the Canadian project, according to memos seen by Reuters. Airbus agreed last year to take control of the program for a symbolic Canadian dollar after the small, lightweight jetliner failed to win enough buyers and ran over-budget. Philippe Balducchi, head of performance management for Airbus Commercial Aircraft, will be chief executive of the joint entity controlled by Airbus with six executives from each side, according to memos to staff of both companies.
PARIS/MONTREAL, April 26 (Reuters) - Airbus is preparing to cross swords with United Technologies over the price of components and services for the Bombardier CSeries in a bid to make it easier to market the jet it agreed to bail out last year, people close to the matter said. Airbus is concerned about an increased share of the Canadian project that would be controlled by United Technologies after it completes its $23 billion acquisition of Rockwell Collins (NYSE: COL - news) , they said, asking not to be named.
Airbus expects to decide this year whether to increase output of the A350 jet, together with plans already under examination to increase single-aisle output to 70 planes a month from the planned rate of ...
British politicians and union leaders welcomed Bombardier (Toronto: BBD-A.TO - news) 's surprise trade victory against U.S. planemaker Boeing Co (NYSE: BA - news) , saying it safeguarded thousands of jobs in Northern Ireland and across British supply chains. Friday's ruling by the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC (BSE: ITC.BO - news) ) was also a boost for British Prime Minister Theresa May, as the Bombardier operation in Northern Ireland is central to the concerns of the province's largest unionist party, the Democratic Unionist Party, which is propping up her government after her poor showing in last June's election. “It's a huge relief, we always knew that (the case) was unjustified," Britain's business minister Greg Clark told BBC radio on Saturday (Shenzhen: 002291.SZ - news) .
The head of Europe's Airbus pledged on Friday to push ahead at "full throttle" with plans for a new assembly line in Alabama for Bombardier (Toronto: BBD-A.TO - news) 's CSeries jet, following what he called a "hands down" legal win for Airbus's Canadian partner against Boeing (NYSE: BA - news) . Speaking to Reuters from Montreal, where he celebrated the result with Bombardier Inc counterpart Alain Bellemare, Airbus Chief Executive Tom Enders said the decision to block U.S. tariffs on the CSeries jet represented a victory for "sober business".
Aircraft manufacturer Bombardier (Toronto: BBD-A.TO - news) has won its case against plans for huge tariffs on its US imports which had put thousands of jobs at risk in Northern Ireland. In a surprise decision, the US International Trade Commission (ITC (BSE: ITC.BO - news) ) ruled in favour of Bombardier over American firm Boeing (NYSE: BA - news) , which claimed its rival received unfair state subsidies from the UK and Canada. The decision blocks US government proposals to slap 292% tariffs on Bombardier C-Series passenger planes , which risked thousands of jobs in Northern Ireland where the jets' wings are made.
British Prime Minister Theresa May on Friday welcomed Bombardier (Toronto: BBD-A.TO - news) 's unexpected trade victory against U.S. planemaker Boeing Co (NYSE: BA - news) as good news for British industry. The dispute between the two companies had put thousands of jobs at risk in Belfast, Northern Ireland, where Bombardier (Swiss: BBDB.SW - news) makes the CSeries CS100 and CS300 carbon wings. Britain's business minister, Greg Clark, also welcomed the news, saying in a statement that the British and Canadian governments had maintained all along that the case was unjustified.
Aircraft manufacturer Bombardier (Toronto: BBD-A.TO - news) has won its case against plans to impose tariffs of nearly 300% on its imports to America. The US International Trade Commission (ITC (BSE: ITC.BO - news) ) ruled that rival manufacturer Boeing (NYSE: BA - news) was not harmed by Delta Airlines' order of Bombardier's C-Series passenger jets. The decision effectively blocks US government proposals to slap 292% tariffs on Bombardier, which risked hundreds of jobs in Northern Ireland where the jets' wings are made.
Aircraft manufacturer Bombardier (Toronto: BBD-A.TO - news) has won its case against US plans to impose tariffs of 300% on its imports to America. The US International Trade Commission (ITC (BSE: ITC.BO - news) ) ruled that rival manufacturer Boeing (NYSE: BA - news) was not harmed by Delta Airlines' order of Bombardier's C-Series passenger jets. US firm Boeing had claimed Bombardier received unfair state subsidies from the UK and Canada, allowing it to sell airliners at below cost prices in the US.
Donald Trump has promised a "tremendous" increase in trade with the UK at a short meeting with Theresa May in Davos. Speaking during a photo opportunity at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland, Mr Trump said the US and UK are "very much joined at the hip". Mr Trump told her: "It's great to see you.
Donald Trump and British Prime Minister Theresa May discussed finalising the details of the first visit by the U.S. president to Britain later this year after a meeting in Davos on Thursday, May's office said. More than a year into his presidency, Trump has yet to visit London and many British voters have promised that if he comes to Britain they would protest against a man they see as opposed to their values on a range of issues. Trump's cancellation of a trip to Britain this month had raised questions in Britain over the relationship between Washington and its traditionally closest ally in Europe.
Canada's Bombardier Inc (BBDb.TO) delivered 17 CSeries jets in 2017, missing its latest target of 20 to 22 planes, but is confident it can achieve its 2018 target of 40 deliveries, a company spokeswoman said on Wednesday, after engine delays hampered its ability to deliver orders last year. More details on Bombardier's 2017 deliveries will be disclosed when the company announces its financial results in February, spokeswoman Nathalie Siphengphet said by phone. The 110-to-130 seat CSeries jets sell for between $79.5 million and $89.5 million based on list prices.
EgyptAir's deal to buy Bombardier's single-aisle C Series aircraft could be worth a total of $2.2 billion if they purchase all 24 planes
Grupo Aeromexico SAB is considering an order of Bombardier Inc. C Series jets, taking aircraft that would be available next year if U.S. tariffs thwart deliveries to Delta Air Lines Inc., people familiar ...
Boeing Co. is considering a “potential combination” with Brazil’s Embraer SA, the companies said, setting the stage for a blockbuster deal that would expand the U.S. aerospace giant’s reach into the highly ...
By Tim Hepher and Brad Haynes PARIS/SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Airbus and Boeing are pairing with smaller regional rivals to add sales at the lower end of their $100 billion-a-year commercial plane duopoly, ...
PARIS/SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Airbus and Boeing are pairing with smaller regional rivals to add sales at the lower end of their $100 billion-a-year commercial plane duopoly, but the two market leaders are also laying the foundation for a longer-term strategic contest against more powerful threats such as China. U.S. planemaker Boeing Co (BA.N) and Brazil's Embraer SA (EMBR3.SA) said on Thursday they were discussing a "potential combination" widely assumed to focus on jetliners, confirming a report in the Wall Street Journal. News of the talks comes just two months after Boeing's European archrival Airbus (AIR.PA) agreed to buy a majority stake in Bombardier Inc's (BBDb.TO) 110 to 130-seat CSeries jet, the Canadian rival of Embraer's biggest E-Jets.