Airbus deal with Canada's Bombardier set for take-off

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2018/06/08 | 332 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | INDUSTRY / TECHNOLOGY
Airbus deal with Canada's Bombardier set for take-off © Airbus

Aviation giants Airbus and Canada's Bombardier on Friday said they have finalised a partnership deal on the C Series airliner programme, the latest move in a long-running battle for the skies against US behemoth Boeing.The partnership will see European aviation mammoth Airbus acquire a majority stake in the C Series programme in a deal effective July 1, the two companies said in a statement.The C Series is a state-of-the-art narrow-body aircraft largely built from composite materials. It com...(…)

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