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The first successful delivery of Chinese-made rudders to Boeing has been made

First Boeing 737 MAX and 787 rudders delivered

On September 9 in Chengdu, AVIC CAC Commercial Aircraft Co., Ltd (CCAC) and Boeing celebrated the first successful delivery of Chinese-made Boeing 737 MAX and 787-10 rudders.

AVIC Executive Vice President Geng Rugang stated in his speech that AVIC has focused on its partnership with Boeing. Tremendous future market demand brings excellent opportunity to both sides. AVIC will continue to enhance its own innovation and R&D capabilities, as well as product competiveness, and work with Boeing to further expand cooperation so as to realize mutual benefits and satisfy market demands.

The first B737 MAX and B787 rudder deliveries mark a new cooperation milestone for CCAC Chengfei and Boeing.

Press release issued by Chengdu Aircraft Industrial (Group) Co. Ltd. on September 13, 2016


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Chengdu Aircraft Industrial (Group) Co. Ltd. Airframer


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Boeing 787 Dreamliner
Boeing 737


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Airframe Assemblies

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