In-depth: Bombardier to receive British funds for CSeries exports to Korean | AeroTime

DAILY NEWSLETTER | 13 March 2018
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Bombardier to receive British funds for CSeries exports to Korean

Britain will, for the first time, provide financial support for exports of Bombardier’s CSeries passenger jets to a major Asian airline, weeks after the Canadian plane maker won a trade dispute against its U.S. rival Boeing. The decision, experts say, signifies a power shift in the aerospace industry and is a fresh blow to Boeing in its efforts to stop exports of the aircraft to the U.S.

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It is a rough week for Canadian plane maker Bombardier. Two deadly accidents involving its aircraft took place within a day, on March 11 and 12, 2018. As investigations on both accidents just commenced, the manufacturer released a statement defending the reliability of its Q400.

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