United Aircraft Corp. (UAC) said it expects the Russian commercial aviation market to need 860 aircraft at a list value $94 billion from 2015 through 2034. In a briefing Aug. 27 at the MAKS Air Show in Moscow, UAC also forecast the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) will need 290 aircraft valued at $28 billion for the same period. UAC report said an increase in direct regional routes will be crucial for Russian commercial air market development. Most routes today connect to Moscow ...

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