Despite the impact of COVID-19 on our industry, aerospace manufacturers are still planning for the future, looking at potential future models and gaining a competitive edge on their competitors. But the business case, timing, and economics for those aircraft have...
While Airbus and Boeing struggle with negative orders between them in the last three months, China’s COMAC is gaining strength with Chinese airlines. Since every order for a COMAC aircraft is one that Airbus and Boeing will not see, the threat of local production of...
News from China is that the state has formally created the Aero Engine Corp of China. Headquartered in Beijing, the company has a registered capital of 50 billion yuan ($7.5bn), and 96,000 employees. The new company will consist of three current firms being merged. ...
The COMAC ARJ-21, China’s first passenger jet, entered service today with Chengdu Airlines. The 78-90 passenger aircraft, originally scheduled to enter service in 2006, has finally entered revenue service. The Advanced Regional Jet was designed nearly 15 years...
The ARJ21-700 has finally entered service. COMAC celebrated the delivery of the first model of the Chinese regional jet (serial number 106) to Chengdu Airlines. Chengdu Airlines will operate its new aircraft between the main cities of its network (Shanghai, Nanjing,...
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