Money Airbus says first results of C Series partnership with Bombardier will be proven at airshow

23:56  04 july  2018
23:56  04 july  2018 Source:   cbc.ca

Airbus CEO says expects results from CSeries deal in time for Farnborough

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· Airbus ’ global industrial footprint expands with the C Series Final Assembly Line in Canada, resulting in a positive impact on operations in Québec and across the country. I have no doubt that our partnership with Bombardier will boost sales and the value of this programme tremendously,” said

A Bombardier CS300 aicraft takes off as an Airbus A380 waits on the taxiway during an air show . “We have received assurances that this will mean that employment associated with the manufacture of C - Series wings will remain in Belfast,” said Davy Thompson, regional officer of Unite.

a man standing in front of a plane: Bombardier CEO Alain Bellemare says the new partnership, which officially took effect on July 1 will ensure the plane's success. © Regis Duvignau/Reuters Bombardier CEO Alain Bellemare says the new partnership, which officially took effect on July 1 will ensure the plane's success.

The CEO of Airbus says it will reveal the first results of its majority stake in Bombardier Inc.'s C Series program at an upcoming international airshow near London.

Tom Enders didn't specifically mention whether new orders will be announced at Farnborough, the premier aerospace show where the world's largest aircraft manufacturers sign important orders.

But he promised 3,000 Bombardier employees who gathered in a C Series assembly hangar that Airbus will fight hard for every C Series deal in every aircraft campaign.

Enders says Airbus needs the C Series to add an aircraft with 100 to 150 seats to its portfolio.

Bombardier CEO Alain Bellemare says the new partnership, which officially took effect on July 1 will ensure the plane's success.

He thanked the federal and Quebec governments for supporting the plane's development and saving 2,000 jobs in Mirabel and Montreal.

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