BEIJING, MOSCOW—Potential U.S. suppliers did not progress beyond the request-for-information (RFI) stage for Craic CR929 landing gear, said United Aircraft Corp. (UAC), explaining why only Chinese, European and Russian companies received a request for proposals (RFP). UTC Aerospace Systems (UTAS) did not express an interest in bidding to provide landing gear for the Sino-Russian program, said an industry source who is not from that U.S. company. UAC and Comac are developing the ...

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