Long acknowledged as essential to the success of Bombardier’s C Series, a smooth entry into service for the Canadian manufacturer’s first narrowbody airliner has become an underpinning of Airbus’s change of heart on backing the aircraft. Announcing on Oct. 16 that the European giant is to take a controlling 50.01% stake in the C Series joint venture formed in 2015 by Bombardier and the Quebec government, Airbus CEO Tom Enders cited the “good feedback” from the ...

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