A version of this article appears in the June 16 edition of Aviation Week & Space Technology. Finding an unaddressed market is key for anyone entering an industry. Comac, looking for exactly such an opportunity, has noticed that Western makers of commercial aircraft have left a rather large gap in their product lines. Since the Airbus A300 and Boeing 757 left production last decade, no one has made a medium-capacity airliner with moderate range. As the Chinese manufacturer and its ...

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