Pratt & Whitney Chief: Russian-Chinese Airliner Could Be Formidable

Credit: Bradley Perrett
WEST PALM BEACH, Florida—A new widebody aircraft being jointly developed by United Aircraft Corp. (UAC) of Russia and China’s Comac will not be delivered for at least another decade, but could be a strong competitor when it hits the market, the president of aircraft engine manufacturer Pratt &...
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