First Flight Of CR929 Slips To 2030, Seven Years Behind Schedule

CR929
A model of the CR929 on display at MAKS 2019.
Credit: Fifg / Alamy Stock Photo
Development of the Sino-Russian CRAIC CR929 widebody aircraft has fallen even further behind schedule, Russian Industry Minister Denis Manturov has confirmed. “We are doing everything now to start the [aircraft] trials by 2030,” he tells Moscow-based daily Moskovsky Komsomolets in an interview. That...

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