Supply Chain Matters calls reader attention to a noteworthy announcement for the commercial aircraft industry and its supply networks, namely the exit of Canadian based Bombardier from the commercial aircraft design and manufacturing segment. We extend our Tip of the Hat recognition to all those that contributed to the C-Series program.
Supply Chain Matters provides an update to readers on Boeing’s prior petition of unfair pricing practices relative to Bombardier C-Series jets sold in the United States, specifically to Delta Airlines. The U.S. International Trade Commission, today ruled against Boeing in the bitter trade case it brought against Bombardier.
Yesterday, a stunning development occurred in the commercial aircraft sector, one that will likely have added geo-political and industry supply chains implications down the road. Airbus and Bombardier jointly announced a new partnership in the C-Series regional aircraft program.
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