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ANALYSIS: Comac lifts national pride with C919


Qatar commits to up to 100 Boeing aircraft in $18.6 billion order | Norway requests 12 F-35As in proposed block buy
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Qatar commits to up to 100 Boeing aircraft in $18.6 billion order
Norway requests 12 F-35As in proposed block buy
NTSB rejects Spanish findings in 767 tyre-rupture probe
AgustaWestland ramps up AW169 output as teething troubles fade
Royal Navy embarks on Unmanned Warrior exercise
Citation Longitude completes first flight
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