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China’s Home-Built Passenger Jet Makes Debut

“China’s goal at this point is to prove to the world that its homegrown aircraft is reliable, competitive and safe.”

China’s first home-built passenger jet entered commercial service in a debut that underscores problems in Beijing’s bid to become a global aviation player.
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2015.11.12
China's first large passenger aircraft to be made in the country was rolled out of the final assembly line in Shanghai on Monday.
The C919 aircraft was developed by Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China, Ltd.
It is expected to make its maiden flight in 2016 and begin test flights for three years before commercial use.


The ‪#‎C919‬ is expected to make its maiden flight in 2016





China rolls out first large passenger jet, the single-aisle C919, after years of delays.




China’s first large passenger jet, the single-aisle C919 airliner, rolled off the assembly line Monday after years of delays, bringing Beijing’s dream of developing a rival to Boeing Co. and Airbus Group SE closer to reality.
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