COMAC and China Eastern Airlines ticked an important box on May 28 with the entry into service of the C919. Some 5.5 months after the delivery of the first and so far only C919 available to China Eastern, the carrier operated the first commercial service from Shanghai...
Important news for Boeing: two of China’s Big Three airlines have confirmed that they are resuming deliveries of the MAX. Both China Eastern Airlines and China Southern Airlines have included the type in their near-term fleet delivery plans, they said in their 2022...
It was a ceremony that was supposed to have happened exactly twelve months ago, but today, COMAC finally delivered the first C919 to China Eastern Airlines. It marks a new chapter in the history of Chinese aviation, which will be closely followed by Western OEMs....
Yesterday the CAAC issued COMAC with its production certificate for the C919. The type certification was issued in September. COMAC now has permission to accelerate from making test aircraft to full production. COMAC likely delivers its first customer C919 to...
China Eastern, China Southern, and Air China all reported Q3 losses, the effect of China’s continued strict Covid policy that reduced air travel while at the same time expenses were rising. The carriers already reported losses for the first half year. China’s...
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