MOSCOW—Russian engine manufacturer Aviadvigatel is pushing its PD-35 as the preferred engine choice for the Craic CR929 widebody airliner, despite an existing agreement for a jointly developed turbofan for the Russo-Chinese aircraft. “We plan to participate in the Russo-Chinese CR929 project with the PD-35 [engine],” Aviadvigatel managing director and chief designer Alexander Inozemtsev told journalists Aug. 9. Aviadvigatel is part of Russia’s consolidated, ...

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