An ARJ21 jetliner owned by One Two Three Airlines (OTT Airlines) before its first flight between Shanghai and Beijing. Photo: Xinhua An ARJ21 jetliner owned by One Two Three Airlines (OTT Airlines) before its first flight between Shanghai and Beijing. Photo: Xinhua
An ARJ21 jetliner owned by One Two Three Airlines (OTT Airlines) before its first flight between Shanghai and Beijing. Photo: Xinhua
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China ramps up domestic jet development as OTT Airlines makes maiden flight with home-grown ARJ21 jet

  • One Two Three (OTT) Airlines, a subsidiary of China Eastern Airlines, embarked on its first commercial flight on Monday using a home-grown ARJ21 jet
  • The maiden flight comes as China looks for ways to push domestically made aircraft to more markets and break Boeing-Airbus manufacturing duopoly

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An ARJ21 jetliner owned by One Two Three Airlines (OTT Airlines) before its first flight between Shanghai and Beijing. Photo: Xinhua An ARJ21 jetliner owned by One Two Three Airlines (OTT Airlines) before its first flight between Shanghai and Beijing. Photo: Xinhua
An ARJ21 jetliner owned by One Two Three Airlines (OTT Airlines) before its first flight between Shanghai and Beijing. Photo: Xinhua
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