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Volume 14,Issue 3 Autumn 2012

CAAC forms aircraft airworthiness center


The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) has established the Shanghai Aircraft Airworthiness Examination and Authorization Center to undertake technical support work especially for the ARJ21 aircraft project. The center was launched in a ceremony in Shanghai on January 24. Attending the launching were Vice Minister Wang Changshun of the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC); Director Zhang Hongying of the CAAC Airworthiness Department; Vice Director Zhao Yuerang of the CAAC Airworthiness Department; and Vice Director Shen Zejiang of the CAAC East China Administration of CAAC. The ceremony was presided by Director Zhang Hongying. Wang underscored the importance of the airworthiness center for China’s present and future requirements. He asked the East China Administration of the CAAC to prepare the group and establish a work plan so the center can start operating. Shen Zejiang, representing the East China Administration, said the regional administration will strictly follow CAAC’s requirements to establish the center. Zhao Yuerang briefly discussed the airworthiness examination work for the ARJ21 project.

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