aeromexico757
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Russian Aircrafts In Production

Sat Jul 13, 2002 8:10 am

Which russian aircrafts are still in production?
Does Antonov and Yakovlev still alive?

Thanks

 
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RE: Russian Aircrafts In Production

Sat Jul 13, 2002 8:18 am

Antonov is actually Ukrainian.
 
Aviastar
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RE: Russian Aircrafts In Production

Sat Jul 13, 2002 9:37 pm

The Yak-42D is still in production, a few should be delivered soon to Gazprom Avia. Yakovlev also produces the Yak-130 (military).

The Tu-204 is being produced in Ulyanovsk and the long range version in Kazan (1 for Dalavia and 2 for Rossia this year).
The Tu-334 should enter service in 2004.
The Tu-154M: around 30 might be produced (but I'm not sure)

The Il-96-300 is produced (in small numbers) in Voronezh as will the longer version 96-400.
TAPO (in Tashkent) produces Il-76MF and Il-114 but they have financial problems (that's an euphemism...). The Il-76MF didn't entered service yet.

2 or 3 An-124 were also recently produced in the Aviastar factory in Ulyanovsk, for Volga-Dniepr.
Finally, the An-74 is still in production; Aeroflot placed an order for 30 An-74-300, will they finally buy them, it's another history...

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conair
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RE: Russian Aircrafts In Production

Sat Jul 13, 2002 9:56 pm

There were 10 TU154M in various stages of completion in the factory in Samara a fortnight ago with RA85204 which I am told is an ex Cubana aircraft which has recently returned for rework. The rate of progress on the 154's appears to be fairly slow at the moment with only c/n1017 positively identified (It had been qouted with a delivery date of 1998!) There were also the major component's of the first 3 Antonov AN140's. I think most of the Russian Aircraft Industry is suffering from severe financial problem's at the moment.

Conair
 
slawko
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RE: Russian Aircrafts In Production

Sun Jul 14, 2002 9:49 am

Thanks for setting them right PARRA, some people never learn
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duggan
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RE: Russian Aircrafts In Production

Mon Jul 15, 2002 5:50 pm

The brand new Antonov 140 is in production @ Kharkov. Good ATR-42 look alike plane. Almost as good but a lot cheaper.
Antonov is also trying to sell the An-70 which is a good military cargo
 
Aviastar
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RE: Russian Aircrafts In Production

Mon Jul 15, 2002 6:18 pm

and I also forgot the Beriev BE-200, built in Irkutsk, which should enter service with the Russian Ministry for Emergency Situations this or next year.
 
ra-85154
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RE: Russian Aircrafts In Production

Mon Jul 15, 2002 6:34 pm

IL-96, Tu-334 and TU-204 and variants remain in production and development. I believe the Tupolev 154M is to be taken out of production this year or so. Unfortunately Sad, I just love the 154


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Alessandro
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RE: Russian Aircrafts In Production

Mon Jul 15, 2002 6:40 pm

Kamov seem to do produce a few helicopters, both military and civilian.
Also add kit-plane manufacturer Che-22 (amphibian dual engine plane to a low
cost)...
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backfire
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RE: Russian Aircrafts In Production

Mon Jul 15, 2002 6:48 pm

Volga-Dnepr has just secured the funding for a new An-124, so expect the Aviastar machinery to start churning out at least one more of these birds...
 
Wasilenko
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RE: Russian Aircrafts In Production

Mon Jul 15, 2002 8:48 pm

Does anyone if the second Rossia Il-96-300 RA-96014 has been completed or is it still at Voronezh?

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