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FIDAE: KC-390 regains flight-test momentum

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22 March 2016
GE finishes assembly of first GE9X test engine
Lockheed's 30-aircraft TR-X plan priced at $3.8 billion
AAIB issues raft of safety changes in wake of Sumburgh crash report
Crashed CRJ flight data points to anomalous pitch trace
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