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Allison Lampert

NJ Transit to decide on Bombardier order worth up to $3.6 billion

Dec 11 2018

MONTREAL/NEW YORK New Jersey Transit's board will decide on Wednesday whether to award the first part of an order for up to 999 cars worth as much as $3.6 billion to Canada-based Bombardier Inc , a copy of the agency's Dec. 12 agenda shows.

NJ Transit to decide on Bombardier order worth up to $3.6 bln

Dec 11 2018

MONTREAL, Dec 11 New Jersey Transit's board will decide on Wednesday whether to award the first part of an order for up to 999 cars worth as much as $3.6 billion to Bombardier , a copy of the agency's Dec. 12 agenda shows.

Bombardier expects increased business jet deliveries to fuel turnaround

Dec 06 2018

NEW YORK Bombardier Inc said on Thursday it expects to deliver 150 to 155 business aircraft next year, helping the Canadian maker of planes and trains meet an $18 billion revenue target for 2019.

WestJet eyes growing market share from high-paying passengers

Dec 04 2018

Canada's second-largest carrier WestJet Airlines Ltd aims to grow its share of higher-paying passengers to a similar level as its 37 percent overall market share, Chief Executive Officer Ed Sims said on Tuesday.

Quebec projects C$1.7 billion surplus, accelerates debt repayment in 2018-2019

Dec 03 2018

QUEBEC CITY Quebec's new center-right government is projecting a C$1.7 billion ($1.3 billion) surplus in 2018-19 on higher revenues, compared with a balanced budget expected by the previous Liberal government in March, a fiscal update on Monday showed.

U.S. wants new aviation standard to expand passenger data collection

Nov 30 2018

MONTREAL The United States is pushing for a new global aviation standard by late 2019 that would expand the collection of passenger records from airlines, a high-ranking state department official said on Friday, in a move that would help combat terrorism while raising privacy concerns.

Canada blindsided by GM closure, workers walk out in protest

Nov 26 2018

TORONTO/MONTREAL Hundreds of workers walked off the job and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau expressed "deep disappointment" after General Motors Co on Monday announced the closure of its Oshawa plant, catching governments and employees by surprise.

Canada blindsided by GM closure, workers walk out in protest

Nov 26 2018

TORONTO/MONTREAL Hundreds of workers walked off the job and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau expressed "deep disappointment" after General Motors Co on Monday announced the closure of its Oshawa plant, catching governments and employees by surprise.

Canada blindsided by GM closure, workers walk out in protest

Nov 26 2018

TORONTO/MONTREAL Hundreds of workers walked off the job and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau expressed "deep disappointment" after General Motors Co on Monday announced the closure of its Oshawa plant, catching governments and employees by surprise.

UPDATE 3-Canada blindsided by GM closure, workers walk out in protest

Nov 26 2018

TORONTO/MONTREAL, Nov 26 Hundreds of workers walked off the job and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau expressed "deep disappointment" after General Motors Co on Monday announced the closure of its Oshawa plant, catching governments and employees by surprise.

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