Last week Flightglobal jetted off to Zhuhai to bring you all the coverage from the air show in China where the Commercial Aircraft Corp of China (Comac) announced a launch order of up to 100 aircraft for its C919 narrowbody.
Comac also released the aircraft's specifications to seat 168 in an all-economy configuration or 156 in a mixed configuration and said it aims to conduct first flight in 2014, followed by entry into service in 2016.
Read FlightBlogger's post about Boeing "examining a host of incremental improvements to the 737", and see a gallery of superb images from the show including this one of a Gulfstream G450.
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Over the last four years you've entered exceptional images for the competition and Flightglobal is looking forward to having even more aircraft images to choose from.