Boeing filed a complaint with the US Commerce Department in April 2017 claiming that its business was harmed when Delta received unnaturally low prices on the Bombardier jets made possible only through Canadian government subsidies.
Along with the acquisition, Airbus also announced that it plans to move production of US-bound C Series jets from Canada to its plant in Mobile, Alabama.
According to Teal Group aviation analyst Richard Aboulafia, Boeing could still appeal the ITC's decision in the US court system or at the World Trade Organization.
Integration planning is going well and we look forward to delivering the C Series to the U.S. market so that U.S. airlines and the U.S. flying public can enjoy the many benefits of this remarkable aircraft."
"We are disappointed that the International Trade Commission did not recognize the harm that Boeing has suffered from the billions of dollars in illegal government subsidies that the Department of Commerce found Bombardier received and used to dump aircraft in the U.S. small single-aisle airplane market.
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