Bombardier

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An Airbus A220-300 passenger jet during the 53rd International Paris Air Show. Photograph: Jason Alden/Bloomberg

Airbus kicked off the biennial Paris air show winning an order for 100 narrow-body aircraft from including 50 of the A220 jetliner for which the wings(...)

Bombardier’s Belfast plant is up for sale. Photograph: PA Wire

Confirmation that Bombardier is in talks to sell its CRJ regional jet business will create fresh uncertainty for up to 300 employees in Belfast. The (...)

Analysts believe Bombardier Belfast would be a good fit for Airbus, as it  manufactures the composite wing for the Airbus A220 aircraft, previously known as the C series. Photograph: Clodagh Kilcoyne/Reuters

The UK’s Department for Business has said it is in “regular conversation with a wide range of companies” in relation to the sale of Bombardier’s North(...)

A Bombardier spokeswoman said the company would “take the time required to find the right buyer” for its Northern Ireland plants. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Canadian aerospace group Bombardier has confirmed that Northern Ireland will continue to be an “important supplier” to it. The group last week announ(...)

Morocco is home to 140 aerospace component manufacturers mostly small and medium sized companies but also giants such Boeing and Airbus subsidiary Stelia.I

Canada’s Bombardier will sell its wing component plant in Morocco to a manufacturer that will continue to supply Bombardier after a sale, Moroccan In(...)

 A Shorts factory in the harbour area of Belfast. Its   owner Bombardier has announced it is to sell its Belfast operation. Photograph: Jonathan Porter/PressEye

Bombardier’s Belfast operation, Short Brothers plc, currently holds the valuable intellectual property (IP) rights to the pioneering technology it dev(...)

Workers inspect a C Series aircraft wing in Bombardier’s Belfast factor. Photograph: Clodagh Kilcoyne/Reuters

The UK government should examine the possibility of nationalising Bombardier in Northern Ireland to protect thousands of jobs which are at risk, union(...)

 A Bombardier  plant in Belfast. The company  was once the largest private sector employer in the North. Photograph: Getty Images

Four thousand. It’s a big number when it comes to jobs. In the Republic, where the announcement of even 100 new jobs attracts the presence of Cabinet (...)

Industry analysts are not ruling out the possibility of global aviation giants Airbus or Boeing making a bid for Bombardier Belfast. Photograph: Getty

A Chinese aviation group which owns a major Northern Ireland manufacturing company has emerged as a potential front runner to buy Bombardier Belfast. (...)

British  prime minister Theresa May  during a visit to the Bombardier plant in Belfast last year. Look at the market for aircraft parts and maintenance and you realise, yet again, the nonsense surrounding the free-trade delusions of the Brexiteers. Photograph: Reuters

Bombardier has put its Belfast plant up for sale, in the process putting a question mark against the 3,600 jobs in the North’s largest private-sector (...)

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