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Avião sino-russo de carlinga larga desafia Airbus e Boeing

11/07/2018
Graphic News

November 6, 2018 -- Com o desenvolvimento do CR929, a China e a Rússia esperam entrar
no lucrativo mercado dos aviões comerciais de carlinga larga atualmente dominado pelo Boeing 787 e pelo Airbus A350.

The CR929 plane is being developed by China-Russia Commercial Aircraft International Corporation (CRAIC), a joint venture between Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China (COMAC) and Russia's United Aircraft Corp (UAC).

The fuselage will be 63.8m long and 5.92m wide, and the wing span will be of 63.9m. It will have a passenger capacity of 280 seats in a three-class configuration, with a range of 12,000km.

These measurements put the aircraft roughly in-line with the Airbus A330-300, which is widely popular in China. The jet also represents a competitive response to the A350-900 and the Boeing 787-9 and -10.

CRAIC aims to take 10% of the wide-body market. Boeing forecast airlines worldwide would need 9,100 wide-body planes from 2016 to 2035, with a wave of replacement demand around 2021-2028.


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