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    Latest recruitment tool/talking point for the Towne Criers/Company Tea Baggers
    https://www.bbc.com/news/business-44726100

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    This has alot to do with Boeing trying to stonewall Bombardier from importing airplanes into the US to fill the 100 seat market that so many have asked for, that Boeing refused to answer after they aquired the MD 85, rebranded it the 717 and discontinued it. They petitioned the government to levy heavy import tariffs on the C series, effectively screwing Delta (who ordered a ton of C series) and Bombairdier. Airbus saved the day and agreed to import the C series under the Airbus certificate since they're grandfathered out of the new tariffs. As part of the deal, Delta dropped thier 787 options and replaced them with A350 options. The 787 options get dumped on the market and AA picks them up for cheap.

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    “Boering”

    Boeing is studying plans for what industry sources describe as a hybrid jet combining a wide cabin and a restricted cargo space, moulded to fly efficiently in a space between the industry's single-aisle jets and wide-body long-haul aircraft.

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