Comac C919 Flies; Said To Meet All Test Objectives

Credit: Andy Wong
BEIJING—The Comac C919 narrowbody aircraft flew for the first time May 5, taking off from Shanghai for a 79-min. flight that took it to an altitude of 3,000 m (10,000 ft.). The flight achieved all test objectives, Comac said. Flying characteristics were normal, Cai Jun, the test pilot who commanded...

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