CAE will design the first full flight simulator for the ARJ21 regional jet being developed in China by AVIC I Commercial Aircraft Co. CAE valued the deal at C$15 million ($13 million). The ARJ21 is a 90-seat RJ expected to enter service in 2009. "The CAE-built ARJ21 simulator will be delivered to the ACAC Customer Service Center that is to be established in Shanghai," said AVIC I VP Qinghong Xu.
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