TAKE A LOOK-Airbus, Bombardier CSeries deal reverberates in global aviation market


TORONTO, Oct 17 (Reuters) - Airbus SE has agreed to take a majority stake in Bombardier Inc's CSeries jetliner program, a deal that could allow the Canadian planemaker to sidestep U.S. tariffs threatened in a trade dispute with Boeing. To read the latest Reuters coverage, please click on the links below.

> Airbus takes control of Bombardier CSeries in rebuff to U.S. threat

> ANALYSIS-Midnight in Toulouse: How CSeries deal shook status quo

> Airbus deal may quash Bombardier dispute, challenge Boeing: analysts

> Delta says Bombardier CSeries delivery schedule unclear

> Air Baltic says hopes Bombardier-Airbus deal does not affect pricing

> Lufthansa CEO expects to benefit from Airbus, Bombardier deal

> Brazil's Embraer says CSeries deal underscores huge opportunities

> Bombardier confident Airbus deal can resolve U.S. tariff issue

> Airbus-Bombardier deal expected to jumpstart CSeries jet sales in Asia

> Boeing calls CSeries deal a bid to escape U.S. import fees

> Airbus, Bombardier deal "incredibly significant news" - N.Ireland's DUP

> Airbus shares rally after company's Bombardier CSeries deal

> Bombardier soars after CSeries deal with Airbus

> BREAKINGVIEWS-Even a distressed sale may not revive Bombardier FACTBOXES

> Winners and losers in Bombardier/Airbus CSeries deal

> Airbus-Bombardier CSeries deal details in a nutshell REUTERS INSIDER

> Airbus saves Bombardier in rebuff to U.S. threat (Compiled by Denny Thomas; Editing by Nick Zieminski)