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C919: China seen certifying passenger jet this year, but can the plane claim market share from Boeing and Airbus?

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]While China expects that its home-grown C919 passenger jet will be officially certified to fly this year, analysts say the nation’s aviation industry is far from capable of filling the void left by Boeing, which remains entangled in a political dispute between Beijing and Washington.China’s rapid economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, strong government support, and the country’s continued ban on Boeing’s troubled 737 MAX jet on safety concerns all provide an opportunity for the C919…

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While China expects that its home-grown C919 passenger jet will be officially certified to fly this year, analysts say the nation’s aviation industry is far from capable of filling the void left by Boeing, which remains entangled in a political dispute between Beijing and Washington.China’s rapid economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, strong government support, and the country’s continued ban on Boeing’s troubled 737 MAX jet on safety concerns all provide an opportunity for the C919…

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