Delta CEO: We will not pay the 300% tariffs on new Bombardier CSeries jets (DAL)

Wednesday, 11 October 2017  (1 week ago)
Delta Air Lines will not pay the tariffs levied on its order of next-generation Bombardier CSeries airliners.

"We believe we will get the planes at our agreed contract price," Delta CEO Ed Bastian told reporters and analysts during the airline's earnings call on Wednesday.

Bastian added that his airline fully intends on...

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