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Delta to take Canadian made C Series jets until U.S. facility opens

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Delta Air Lines said Thursday it will take delivery of Canadian-made C Series jets this year after Bombardier Inc. scored a big trade victory in the United States against Boeing. The U.S. airline said it will accept the first of the 75 CS100s it ordered later this year until the Airbus/Bombardier facility in Alabama is up and running. (www.canadianbusiness.com) More...

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canuck44
canuck44 2
No real surprise. Montreal has limited capacity and with Air Canada has enough orders to keep them busy. Delta has low numbers it doesn't want to lose and await two years for their first aircraft.

Incidentally, Bombardier stock price has already recovered from the market correction and added 5%. I would expect when the market opens Tuesday we will see another 5% premium.
yr2012
matt jensen 0
I really hope so

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