China is renowned for its long history that stretches back thousands of years and includes the rise and fall of dynasties, the development of a nation, and the emergence of a world power. As China continues to grow and develop, the country is working to expand
Welcome to COMAC America's official blog! Our intent is to share thoughts from people who love aviation (us) with people who love aviation (you). We bring the unique perspective of enthusiasts working to advance the newest member of commercial aviation. We plan to post the first Friday of every month. Please note, the opinions contained in the posts reflect those of the authors and not the company.
From the U.S. to the UAE, Australia to England, China to Germany, and everywhere in between, airshows are an essential artery to the beating heart of the aviation industry. It all began in the summer of 1909, near the city of Rheims when France held the
Flying is perhaps one of the most freeing activities humans can undertake, as it provides us with the ability to experience the furthest reaches of the world in person, in relatively little time. However, while the experience is tremendously liberating, the rules and regulations governing
China has made tremendous strides in their poverty reduction efforts since the implementation of economic reforms under the “gaige kaifang policy” or “reform and opening up” which began in 1978. As a result, over the past four decades more than 800 million people have risen above
As China’s independently developed commercial airliner program continues to progress, so too does the discussion within the aviation community and mainstream media surrounding its products. A common reaction to any industry newcomer is to analyze the situation and figure out how it fits into the current
The Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China was formed 10 years ago, on May 11, 2008. As a company defined by its products, it makes sense to examine the first 10 years of COMAC’s operations through its aircraft, the ARJ21-700, C919, and CR929. By doing so, its