The Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China, Ltd. (Comac) is a Chinese state-owned aerospace manufacturer established on 11 May 2008 in Shanghai, China. The company has a registered capital of RMB 19 billion ( as of May 2008). The government-owned corporation is a designer and constructor of large passenger aircraft capacities of over 150 passengers, in an effort aimed at reducing China's dependency on Boeing and Airbus.
The first jet to be marketed is the ARJ21 developed by AVIC I, which will be followed by the C919 planned for release in 2016. The company head office is in Pudong, Shanghai.
The C919, which can seat up to 168 passengers, is meant to compete in the market for single-aisle jets dominated by Airbus Industrie's A320 and Boeing Co.'s 737.
COMAC is the Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China.
COMAC or Comac may also refer to:
- Comac (youth movement), a Belgian socialist student movement (Youth of the Workers Party of Belgium)
- Chinese Overseas Movement of Advanced Culture
- Coordinate Modal Assurance Criterion
Comac is the youth wing of the Belgian marxist party, the Workers' Party of Belgium (WPB). The movement is active in six Belgian universities, many colleges and secondary schools, and also has several community organizing projects. Comac is a pan-Belgian youth movement which brings young people from Flanders, Wallonia and Brussels together. People between 14 and 30 years of age are able to join. It is not necessary to be a member of the WPB to join.