Viktor Kladov, Director for International Cooperation and Regional Policy of the State Corporation Rostec recently shared details of his firm’s plans to have domestic operations only with Russian aircraft by the end of this decade.
As if on cue, soon after Kladov’s statement, Azimuth Airlines confirmed that it will take delivery of Russia’s first Airbus A220. the airline has also signed a memorandum of understanding for 10 Superjet (SSJ-100), aircraft. Red Wings and Aurora also signed agreements outlining the delivery of 25 and 8 DJs, respectively. Meanwhile, Rossiya Airlines agreed on a deal for 15 units of the type.
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Europe's Energy Crisis Is Coming for The Rest of Us
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Who Comes Next?
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RUSSIA FINES GOOGLE FOR VIOLATING DATA STORAGE LAW
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