Coordination Challenge Slows Craic CR929 Engine Choice

Credit: Comac

BEIJING—Challenges in multinational cooperation are slowing progress in Sino-Russian CR29 development, industry sources close to the program said. The Craic consortium of Comac and United Aircraft Corp. (UAC) now expects to take almost two years to choose an engine for the widebody airliner, one of...

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