The Weekly Debrief: New Report Revives Old Fears For Boeing In Canada

In 2016, Delta ordered 75 Bombardier CS100 airliners to replace a fleet of McDonnell Douglas MD-88s, spurning rival offers based on the Boeing 737 Max 7 and Airbus A319neo. 
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Nearly five years after a furious meltdown between the Canadian government and a previous Boeing leadership team, a new report hints that the Chicago-based company’s defense business still faces extra scrutiny in Ottawa. According to a Nov. 25 report by The Canadian Press news agency, Canadian...

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