News: COMAC has received the type inspection authorization for its C919 aircraft, enabling final flight testing and certification. Typically, issuance of a TIA means that the program is nearing completion, the design is finalized and verified, and issuance of a type...
Michel Merluzeau, Director Market Analysis at AIR, and Ernie Arvai, President of AirInsight Group will discuss COMAC and UAC and the scenarios likely to unfold for the two companies in changing trade and geopolitical environments. With COMAC working on completing the...
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...
David Yu, Ph.D., CFA, Finance Professor at NYU and Chairman of China Aviation Valuation Advisors discusses the China air travel market in terms of traffic, airlines, and lessors. We also cover the ARJ21, C9191 and CR929. [yourchannel...
News Airbus and China agreed to a massive order for 300 aircraft earlier this week, culminating negotiations underway for some time. The deal was announced at a summit of the French President Macron and Chinese Chairman Xi Jinping. With China having been the first to...
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