FARNBOROUGH — Although Russia’s United Aircraft Corp. (UAC) intends to boost its civil business to 40% of the whole within the next two years, military aviation continues to figure strongly in the strategy being followed by President Mikhail Pogosyan. Speaking at the Farnborough air show this week, Pogosyan noted that of 485 aircraft to be built by UAC member companies in 2012-14, some 60% will be combat aircraft, trainers or military transports. Flying in Farnborough’s skies this ...


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