MOSCOW—United Aircraft Corp. (UAC) is delaying the first of its new MC-21 narrowbody aircraft until 2017, it emerged at the model's official roll-out in Irkutsk, Russia. The first prototype of the new commercial aircraft was rolled out June 8 in the Irkut Corp. plant. Irkut is a part of UAC and is responsible, among other things, for final assembly. Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev announced the changed schedule during his speech at the ...

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