Russia is reporting progress with two aircraft programs that are key to its efforts to reduce its dependence on imported products: the Ilyushin-designed Il-112V light military transport and Il-114-300 regional turboprop. The VASO aircraft plant in Voronezh has completed the center wing for the first prototype Il-114-300. The wing is scheduled for shipment to the RAC MiG plant in Lukhovitsy, near Moscow, for final assembly. The Il-114-300 is scheduled to fly in 2020. The -300 is a ...

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