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Russia will allocate more than $700 million for the production of domestic aircraft engines

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The Government of the Russian Federation allocates more than 40 billion rubles for the production of aircraft engines for civil aviation.

Russia will allocate more than $700 million for the production of domestic aircraft engines

Russia will allocate more than $700 million to develop the production of domestic aircraft engines for the entire line of Russian civil and military transport aircraft.

According to Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin, the United Engine Corporation is for these purposes will be able to use over 44 billion rubles from the federal budget.

According to Mishustin, the Russian industry has been given very clear tasks in this area. Within two years, it is necessary to ensure the production of:

  1. about 50 PD-8 engines for equipping Superjets;
  2. 20 PS-90A engines for medium-range Tu-214s;
  3. 14 PD-14 engines for the future flagship of Russian aviation MS-21.

In addition, the Russian government expects that all planned research work on the creation of a large engine will be completed thrust PD-35. According to Mishustin, it is important to complete the development and creation of a prototype of this unique power plant by the end of 2024.

“In the context of external sanctions and restrictions, it is necessary to minimize the dependence of air transport on foreign materials, components and equipment,” said prime minister of the Russian Federation.

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