EADS and Russia's United Aircraft Corp. signed four cooperation agreements last week in conjunction with Aeroflot's order for 22 A350 XWBs (ATWOnline, March 23). The first establishes Russia's role in A350 construction and pledges 5% airframe participation (ATWOnline, Dec. 11, 2006). "The discussions about which components of the aircraft will be designed and built in Russia are still ongoing," EADS said. The second agreement establishes the previously announced A320 freighter conversion ...

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