Russia‚Äôs United Aircraft Corp. (UAC) is conducting an initial study into the possible development of a 130- to 140-seat aircraft. According to UAC CEO Mikhail Pogosyan, such an aircraft would feature a composite wing and other advanced technical features, but he says it is too soon to detail a precise timetable for the project. The aircraft would fill the gap between the 100-seat Superjet 100 and the planned Irkut MS-21, which will offer 150-200 seats Pogosyan, speaking at the ...
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