Three Points: Boeing’s new airplane steps, C919 to Canada, the Airchive
Issue No. 37
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- Boeing product development is showing its first signs of a thaw, but an all-new aircraft program to take on Airbus’s A321XLR has little clear definition.
- Comac has finally begun the last long leg to certifying the C919. The jet is headed to Canada later this year for evaluations. The follow-on CR929 long-range twin-aisle creeping along, but remains under the dark shadow of geopolitical tensions with the U.S.
- If you really want to understand the evolution of aircraft and airline marketing, The Airchive — aviation’s virtual museum — is a valuable historical resource.
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