Posts Tagged “UAC”

Premium – Aeroflot Fleet Review

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Premium – Aeroflot Fleet Review






Continuing our fleet review series, today we look at Aeroflot.  The company has gone through various iterations, lie so many others.  Its roots go back to 1923.  During the Soviet era, this was the world’s largest airline.  Offering flights across the Soviet Union and abroad. Its domestic service had very low fares and huge traffic. …

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MC-21 production drives engine investment

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United Engine Corporation, part of Russia’s Rostec State Corporation, announced plans to upgrade its production facilities between 2017-2025 to prepare for mass production of PD-14 engine. The company intends to invest 21.9 billion rubles. Rostec reports one of the upgrade program pieces is defined as “re-equipment of production with modern machinery” — essentially universal machining…

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Russia’s aviation industry gets a haircut

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Russia’s aviation industry gets a haircut






[UPDATED] One of the primary reasons the Russia state decided to merge its various aerospace companies was to ensure they did not spread national resources too thin.  After the fall of the Soviet Union, money became real and budgets became serious.  UAC became a joint stock company in 2006 with the state owning just over…

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Premium #318 – Slowing wide-body fleet renewal

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Premium #318 – Slowing wide-body fleet renewal






Wide-body passenger aircraft orders have slowed considerably over the last three years, as the following chart shows. Welcome to AirInsight Premium content. This page is only available to active members. Already a member? LOGIN HERE Interested in becoming a member? GET STARTED TODAY

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CAAC’s latest five year plan and Rule 96 – a boost for regional jet demand?

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China’s Civil Aviation Administration re;eased its latest (13th) five year plan on February 3.   In this plan there are five areas of focus: sustained safety of civil aviation, building a national integrated airport system, comprehensively improving aviation service capability, strengthening support and service quality of air traffic management and speeding up transition through reform and…

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Into the next cycle: Commercial Aerospace 2030

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Into the next cycle:  Commercial Aerospace 2030






AIR (AirInsightResearch) released its new forecast of the commercial aviation market to 2030.  This analysis consists of a 32 page document with 37 charts highlighting the current and forecast market for the major aircraft OEMs (Airbus, ATR, Boeing, Bombardier, COMAC, EMBRAER, Mitsubishi, UAC). Related posts: Global Market Breakdown Premium #300 – Looking out to 2035…

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