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...
Flight testing of the COMAC C919 is still a long way off being completed anytime soon before the type will be certified. Yet, the Chinese OEM expects the first deliveries of the single-aisle aircraft to happen this year. COMAC C919 still needs some 240 flights until...
IRKUT offered the following PR this morning: MC-21-310 flight-test aircraft after being painted at “Spektr-Avia” arrived from Ulyanovsk in Zhukovsky. The aircraft was operated by the crew of 1st class test pilot Vasily Sevastyanov, 1st class test pilot Andrey...
Embraer’s E2 flight test program has been a rather quiet affair. The OEM announces milestones but there is scant third-party program tracking. Embraer reported that the flight test fleet accumulated more than 650 flight hours after its first flight in May 2016 only...
The CSeries returned to flying yesterday, September 7th, with FTV2 making a short flight at Mirabel with the modified engines from Pratt & Whitney installed. The flight was routine and uneventful. The photo below from Bombardier shows FTV2 flying yesterday. Now...
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