Russian And Chinese Companies Push Separate Engines For The CR929

Credit: Bradley Perrett/AW&ST
The Russian and Chinese national aero-engine companies have an unusual way of going about a joint venture: Each continues to promote an independent product that a cooperatively developed turbofan is supposed to have superseded. The joint effort to develop an engine for the Craic CR929 widebody...

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