ZHUHAI, China—Chinese and Russian engine companies have agreed to jointly develop a turbofan for the CRAIC CR929, even though Aero Engine Corp. of China (AECC) displayed its own CR929 engine concept— the AEF3500—at Airshow China here Nov. 6–11. Yuri Slyusar, president of CRAIC partner United Aircraft Corp. (UAC), disclosed the agreement to Aviation Week in an interview during the show. UAC and its CRAIC partner Comac intend to first integrate a foreign ...

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