Commercial Aircraft Corp. of China (Comac) now aims to deliver its first ARJ21 regional jet toward the end of next year, representing another one-year delay in the program. It had intended to have first deliveries by the end of this year, but Coma Director-General Airworthiness Management Department Zhao Yuerang says the company aims to finish the flight test program in April and the supplemental ground tests in June. “At the end of next year, we will complete (Civil Aviation ...

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