The FL-61 large continuous transonic wind tunnel.
Later this year China’s C919 single aisle — a rival to Boeing’s 737 and Airbus’s A320 — is expected to enter commercial service. While its range and fuel efficiency are uncompetitive with the newest from Boeing and Airbus, China’s state-owned airlines have been lined up to guarantee the aircraft’s success with multiple orders.
Both the EU and the US have finally realised that if there is no agreement on what constitutes a level playing field, they can hardly complain about China’s backing for its own aerospace champion. The deal is more about self-preservation than ending a trade dispute.
Europoid snakes. They are for free trade as long there is no competition. They are against subsidies and industrial policy because they want to prevent other countries from developing their own technology and industry and stay in a state of relative backwardness. Vile vile vile bureaucrats in Brussels and Washington D.C.