Bombardier also argued that the commission should reject the petition in part due to its new partnership with Airbus SE, which will see the European planemaker take control of the CSeries program and assemble USA -bound jets in a facility in Alabama.
"I have worked with the company and union representatives over the past year to resist the economic threat posed to jobs at the Bombardier Belfast operation, and by extension to our local economy". "It also removes any concerns about potential future orders in the U.S". Even one government official said it wouldn't be surprised by a loss.
"This is not the behavior we expect from Boeing and it could indeed jeopardize our future relationship with them", British Defense Secretary Michael Fallon said past year.
Global trade lawyer Lawrence Herman expects the quasi-judicial body will support the American manufacturer and that Ottawa will appeal to the World Trade Organization and through NAFTA under Chapter 19.
"The decision by the International Trade Commission confirms what the United Kingdom and Canadian Governments working hand in hand has maintained from the outset, that this case is unjustified".
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The carrier was one of at least three US operators - the others were Spirit Airlines Inc. and Sun Country Airlines - that wrote to the Commerce Department and the International Trade Commission a year ago to express support for Bombardier.
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"When you look at it as an industry analyst, this seems to be the right decision - that Boeing was not hurt by the C Series and Delta's decision to buy it, particularly in light of Airbus's taking over the ownership of C Series and building it in Alabama".
"But we believe the odds are somewhat stacked against Bombardier", he wrote in a report. The new assembly line, with an estimated cost of $300 million, would complement Bombardier's factory in Mirabel, Quebec. Boeing contends that Bombardier's C Series competes with its own 737 Max 7, something Bombardier disputes. However, it noted that Boeing went to great lengths to have Embraer SA's E190-E2 jets excluded from consideration in the petition while keeping its negotiations to acquire the Brazilian manufacturer secret.
"Boeing remains confident in the facts of our case and will continue to document any harm to Boeing and our extensive USA supply chain that results from illegal subsidies and dumped pricing". This was initially upheld by the US Department of Commerce but yesterday's decision reverses that.
The CSeries is an all-new, small single-aisle jet family with a five-abreast passenger cabin that's offered in two models: the CS100, seating 100 to 135 passengers, and the larger CS300, seating up to 160 passengers.