Russia’s United Aircraft Corp. (UAC) said it expects to end the year with a revenue of RUB180 billion ($5.8 billion), UAC president Mikhail Pogosyan said. This year, the company has produced 110 aircraft, including 23 civil planes. Of them, 20 will be delivered to customers. At the beginning of the year, UAC expects to finalize orders from several Russian ministries for more than 100 aircraft. According to Pogosyan, the order value is estimated to be RUB200 billion. Deliveries ...

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