Supplier selection for the Craic CR929 will drag on into 2020, perhaps not reaching a conclusion until three years into the development program of the Russo-Chinese widebody airliner. Difficulty in cooperation between the partners, obvious even before the program’s launch, is still the cause of delays. The key point of disagreement has become whether to put the engineering center in Russia or China, though the Russian side now thinks it has a deal on that point. Its location will ...

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