The Russian government is ready to invest up to RUB530 million ($8.3 million) in assembling the revived Let L-410 in the Ural region this year. The first four aircraft will be assembled by Russia’s Ural Works of Civil Aviation (UWCA) at its Uktus Airport facilities near Yekaterinburg in 2016. The company will also create an infrastructure to provide local manufacturing materials. In 2017, the UWCA will start avionics replacement; from 2019, all avionics will be provided by the local ...

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