The C919 158-seat airliner will achieve airworthiness certification at the end of 2017, state manufacturer Comac says, setting out a delivery schedule over the next few months for the airframe modules of the first prototype. Comac aims to roll out the first aircraft in mid 2015, fly it four months later and achieve airworthiness certification for the type at the end of 2017. Meanwhile, the manufacturer is sticking by its plan for certification of its first aircraft type, the ARJ21, this ...
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