Daily Memo: The C919 Conundrum: Duopoly To Triopoly?

Credit: ITPS Canada
When China created COMAC in 2008 to develop the C919 narrowbody, it spawned questions about whether the project would put an end to the comfortable Airbus-Boeing duopoly in passenger jets. Those fears subsided as the C919 project faced numerous development setbacks that pushed its service entry far...

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