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- 1. COMAC C919 Enters Final Design Definition Phase
COMAC C919 Enters Final Design Definition Phase. Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China (COMAC) has completed the preliminary design phase of the C919 large commercial airliner and is now entering into the final design definition phase. The C919 is scheduled for entry into commercial service in 2016. COMAC is displaying models of the new C919 and the ARJ21 regional aircraft at As
- 2. BOC Aviation and COMAC Sign LCA for 20 C919 Aircraft
BOC Aviation and COMAC have signed a Launch Customer Agreement for 20 C919 aircraft. BOC is the 11th launch customer for the C919 which now has a order log of 235 aircraft. This is the latest LCA signed since the C919 entered into the Detailed Design Phase at the end of last year.
- 3. Ryanair and COMAC Sign C919 MOU
Ryanair has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with COMAC to participate in discussions on the development of the COMAC C919 aircraft for Ryanair, which would be designed to carry up to 200 passengers and should be available from 2018 onwards.
- 4. COMAC and Boeing Sign Collaboration Agreement
Commercial Aircraft Corp. of China (COMAC) and Boeing have signed a collaboration agreement to partner in areas that will enable commercial aviation industry growth in China and potentially around the world. This is the first collaboration agreement between COMAC, which is building the new C919 jet and ARJ21 regional jet, and Boeing, which this year celebrates its 40th anniversary
- 5. HD Videos from Asian Aerospace 2011
HD Videos from Asian Aerospace 2011. At the Asian Aerospace 2011 that took place in Hong Kong earlier this month, we took a variety of different videos including interviews with some of the industries top VIPs, a few snapshots of planes to come and some interesting videos showcasing the impressive and luxury interior of some of the best private jets in the world.
- 6. Asian Aerospace 2011 to Take Place in March
Asian Aerospace 2011 to Take Place in March. Asian Aerospace 2011 has decided to change its dates to 8-10 March. Organiser Reed Exhibitions, has said it will also expand and reshape its business aviation content at the adjacent Hong Kong Business Aviation Centre.
- 7. Singapore Airlines to Increase Fuel Surcharge
Singapore Airlines to Increase Fuel Surcharge. Singapore Airlines is to increase its fuel surcharge for tickets issued on or after 17 March 2011, as a result of the continued escalation in the price of jet fuel. The price of jet fuel is now above US$130 per barrel, which is the highest in two years.
- 8. Cathay Pacific Orders 10 Boeing 777-300ERs
Cathay Pacific Orders 10 Boeing 777-300ERs. Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific has ordered 10 Boeing 777-300ER (extended range) airplanes valued at $2.8 billion at list price. Cathay Pacific first announced its selection of the 777-300ER for its fleet requirements in 2005. With this order, Cathay Pacific will increase its Boeing 777-300ER planned fleet from 36 to 46 (including 4 leased
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