Economics of CS300 versus A319neo and 737 MAX 7

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From war to partner: Airbus and the CSeries

Oct. 18, 2017, © Leeham Co.: It was the annual media day in 2010 that Airbus declared war on the Bombardier CSeries. Lufthansa Group in 2009 was the launch customer of the CSeries with an order for 30… Read More

What has Airbus got in the CSeries?

By Bjorn Fehrm October 18, 2017, ©. Leeham Co: Bombardier and Airbus changed the airliner landscape yesterday. Analysts say it’s the largest industry change since Boeing bought McDonnell Douglas in 1997. So, what has Airbus bought for no money?… Read More

Assessing the Airbus-Bombardier deal

Oct. 17, 2017, © Leeham Co.: The Airbus-Bombardier transaction announced yesterday has implications well beyond the United States, which has been much of the focus of analysis post-announcement. The analysis focused on the US is natural, given the… Read More

Airbus-Bombardier CSeries deal means no tariffs on US-assembled aircraft, says CEO

Oct. 16, 2017, © Leeham Co.: The stunning Airbus-Bombardier partnership for the CSeries program guarantees the future of the new airplane, kills off the A319 and thrusts a big stick up Boeing’s tailpipe. Boeing won big victories in… Read More

Airbus buys majority stake in CSeries–details to come

Press Release Airbus and Bombardier Announce C Series Partnership  Airbus to acquire majority stake in the C Series Aircraft Limited Partnership  Partnership brings together two complementary product lines, with 100-150 seat market segment expected to represent… Read More

To Kill a Better Bird

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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.

Next shoe in Bombardier trade complaint to drop tomorrow

Oct. 3, 2017, © Leeham Co.: The other shoe in the Boeing-Bombardier trade complaint is to drop Wednesday when the US Department of Commerce makes its decision whether Boeing suffered harm, or there is a threat of harm,… Read More

Decision was expected, tariff is a shocker in Boeing-Bombardier case

Sept. 26, 2017, © Leeham Co.: The decision was expected, but the tariff was a shocker. The US Department of Commerce levied a 219% tariff on Bombardier’s CS100 sale to Delta Air Lines after Boeing filed a complaint… Read More