Russian engine program for Irkut MC-21 delayed

Plans to begin flying testbed flights of the Russian engine option for the Irkut MC-21 narrowbody jetliner have been pushed back a month or two, although no reason was given for the delay. The delay announcement was made Aug. 26 at the MAKS Air Show in Moscow. The PD-14 engine is being developed by...

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