SHANGHAI—Comac is looking at supersonic speed and unconventional configurations among the technologies for aircraft to follow the widebody airliner it will develop with UAC. The two companies may register a joint company for the widebody aircraft program this month, Comac Vice President Shi Jianzhong said, referring to the event that would mark the launch of full-scale development. He spoke at a civil aviation conference in Shanghai organized by Galleon. For the future, Comac is ...

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