Sino-Russian commercial aircraft consortium CRAIC  has received seven proposals for engines for its CR929 widebody airliner, said COMAC, one of the partners. The responses follow a request for proposals issued in December 2017. COMAC has not named the proposers, but only General Electric and Rolls-Royce have been expected to be realistic bidders to provide an initial engine for the aircraft, which is due to go into service no later than 2027. Pratt & ...

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