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Don't be angry, what he said is a fact with too many precedents.
As long as we Chinese people seriously enter a field, it will soon be completely occupied and conquered by us. This is the inevitable direction of history, and even if you get angry, you can't stop it. Now it's cars, followed by semiconductors, space technology, and so on.
The biggest problem for C919 is not the tech or the airplane itself, but the maintenance base.The Chinese are primarily certifying the C919 with the FAA as a "showcase" example.
To fly in China, Chinese airworthiness certificate by Chinese authorities is good enough. FAA certification means jack squat to them.
Everyone knows that the FAA protects its own aviation industry. Google the Mitsubishi Spacejet flap with FAA and the Japanese are American allies!
If the C919 can replace Airbus and Boeing equivalent airplanes in China, that is 90% of the Chinese objective. And how big do you think the Chinese aviation market is? It's larger than the US market. Well played as losers - yeah hold up that big "L" to the forehead.
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China steal Russian tech of what ? China steal US dollar of What ? Lol, nothing but spew out BS lies about China. What shit products can your slum India produce at all then ? Nothing, but shit jealousy.That is an extremely arrogant, ignorant, and stupidest statement! China had the dollar for decades, still nothing. Chinese have stolen Russian tech, and products are still as shitty, if not more than as the Russian originals. But, hey..whatever.. maketh thee gay and cheerful.
Now do you understand why the Chinese government prefers Pakistan over India?LOL, You dirty Indian street shitter.
lol, good one. These Indiots, don't realize that when China becomes the world's largest economy in Nominal GDP. Some predict as early as 2024, no one will give a damn for USA.Lol, you dirty cow shit eater.
He does not understand that when it comes to aviation, most of the world have to import everything, and by that 'everything', it literally mean everything relating to aviation. From people, to information, to materials, to education and training, to standards, to tools...everything. Even people is not native. You have to import other people to train yours, and those non-natives have to remain with you for duration until the next generation of your people entering aviation. As long as your country cannot produce a single airplane, and I do not mean assembly from instructions, you are completely reliant on foreign sources for that 'everything'.The biggest problem for C919 is not the tech or the airplane itself, but the maintenance base.
You can make 10,000 or whatever amount of plane but you need to have enough personnel to be able to maintain those plane, and you aren't talking about a few hundred people, it would have been a few hundred thousand people alone to maintain those planes in China. Then you would have overseas concern even if you don't just limit to local customers.
The thing is, C919 is not on anyway better than both Airbus and Boeing, and unless China force their sales on Chinese Airline, they won't stop buying both Airbus and Boeing, and domestic routes are notoriously unprofitable, which means everybit count. So even if China were able to switch all of their Airbus and Boeing to C919, that won't have any major impact toward those company. In fact, depends on domestic competition, it probably affects more toward Chinese domestic airline.
On the other hand, if you wanted to sell that aircraft internationally, again, unless you are asking those international customers not to fly them into the west (Then it will limit the range of sales) and only fly them to China, you still need to care about western certification.