Airbus and Bombardier are forming a partnership that will see both manufacturers build and market the CSeries narrowbody, with plans to create a second final assembly line in the US. The stunning announcement, made Oct. 16, will see Airbus own a 50.01% share in the CSeries Aircraft Limited Partnership (CSALP), which manufactures and sells the CSeries, while Bombardier will own 31% and Investissement Quebec will own 19%. Airbus said it will provide procurement, sales and marketing, and ...

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