In its intended consolidation, Russiaâ€™s commercial sector has far-reaching aspirations for civil aircraft
Russiaâ€™s revamped aerospace sector will submit its commercial aircraft ambitions to the government for approval by year-end, along with plans for further development. The United Aircraft Corp. (UAC), a consolidated group of companies, already has a short- to medium-term strategy. Alexey Fyodorov, UAC chief executive, says this will be presented to the government before the end of December. The most challenging in a considerable array of demanding tasks is UACâ€™s intent to rapidly ...
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