The big news from China today is that the COMAC C919 has been certified for service. It has been a long time coming and follows the deliberate process we saw with the ARJ21. Except the period was slightly shorter as COMAC learned from developing the ARJ. Launched in...
As we approach another month’s end, readers might the following information insightful. The story isn’t how well Airbus is delivering or how Boeing is managing to push MAXs out of Renton. We think the bigger story here is COMAC’s deliveries. First,...
The COMAC C919 is expected to receive its airworthiness certificate next week on September 19 or 9/19, Chinese media have reported today September 13. The news was first announced by the China Times and later by Reuters. COMAC C919 set for a 9/19 certification....
COMAC has completed all flight tests with the C919 and is now waiting for certification of China’s newest commercial airliner, the state-owned company said in a media statement on July 23. COMAC C919 completes all flight tests. The statement says that after the...
The first production aircraft of the COMAC C919 has made its maiden flight on May 14. The aircraft, painted white with China Eastern Airlines on the fuselage, performed a three hour, two minutes test flight from and to Shanghai Pudong, the Chinese airframer reported...
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