US finds “dumping,” adds 80% tariff to CSeries

Here it is, the press release from the US. The tariff is what Boeing originally asked for, 79.82%. A far higher one was expected, following last week’s subsidy determination.

Mitsubishi Regional Jet, MRJ, compared with second generation regional jets, Part 2.

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Countdown to first flights for A350, CSeries

Lots of news stories as we countdown to first flight of the Airbus A350 and Bombardier CSeries. Airbus Eyes on A350: Wired A350 nears first flight: Wall Street Journal Taking on Boeing: AFP via Industry Week A350 flight… Read More

Farnborough underway with CFM press conference

Tweets from Saturday’s CFM press conference: Bernie Baldwin ‏@BernieBaldwin #FARN12 #FIA12 @CFM_engines Part commonality between LEAP-1A and LEAP-1B very little. Jon Ostrower ‏@jonostrower CFM: 737 Max Leap-1B engine core has 10-stage 22:1 pressure ratio in the HPC. 1st… Read More

Odds and Ends: CFM progress on LEAP-1B; advancing 737 MAX EIS, Bombardier and more

CFM on LEAP-1B: Aviation Week has this snippet about progress being made on the LEAP-1B. Contained within is a small reference to Boeing advancing EIS of the 737 MAX, which Boeing said was its desire from the get-go…. Read More