The first flights of the modernized IL-96 and IL-114 will take place in 2020


If you believe the statement by the head of the United Aircraft Corporation (UAC), Yuri Slyusar, then the coming 2020 will be the year of premier in the domestic aircraft industry.


In an interview with the TV channel "Russia 24" The head of the state-owned enterprise told which new products will rise in the Russian sky and what prospects the MS-21 passenger airliner expects.

Media quoted Yuri Slyusar:

For the first time, an Il-114 aircraft will be raised, a new aircraft that is produced in Tashkent, and for the first time its production has been mastered here in Russia. The first flight will be at the beginning of the year. The IL-96-400 plane, this is a deeply modernized IL-96, will also rise this year.


The head of the UAC also said that in 2020 MS-21 will be tested with the Russian PD-14 engine, which was certified in 2018, and in 2022 the corporation expects to receive a certificate for a plane on which a purely Russian engine will be installed.

For this, according to Slyusar, from mid-2020 will be conducted more than 400 test flights of this type of aircraft.

In addition, in 2020, the UAC plans to assemble about 20 aircraft and enter the production of 30 aircraft a year, and by 2025 the corporation plans to produce about 150 aircraft.
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  1. Nick Offline
    Nick (Nikolai) 28 December 2019 14: 24
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    30 such cars a year is not bad. The whole USSR in the best years produced 60-70 civil aircraft per year. And here there are only Il-s of 30 pieces, and plus both Yaki and Superjets. It turns out that we bypass the Soviet period of the RSFSR in the production of civil aviation.
    1. pin_code Offline
      pin_code (Andrey 1974) 28 December 2019 14: 33
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      We are talking about the MS-21, aka Yak-242. Only in the 80s, from 140 to 310 boards per year were produced in the USSR.
      1. Nick Offline
        Nick (Nikolai) 28 December 2019 16: 16
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        Quote: pin_code
        we are talking about the MS-21, aka Yak-242. Only in the 80s, from 140 to 310 boards per year were produced in the USSR.

        First, do not mix the concepts of the USSR and the RSFSR. The USSR aviation industry had the most powerful enterprises throughout the Union, in the same Ukraine, in Uzbekistan, in Georgia.
        Secondly, in the USSR in the mid-80s, an average of 180 aircraft were produced annually. Note that this is in the USSR, and not in the RSFSR. Helicopters are not taken into account here. This is a separate topic.

        https://vpk.name/news/127203_vypusk_voennyh_samoletov

        Thirdly, I spoke only about civilian aircraft. Military and now Russia produces more than a hundred annually.
        1. pin_code Offline
          pin_code (Andrey 1974) 28 December 2019 18: 02
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          I meant only civilian aircraft, this is firstly. Secondly, your average 180 is from 140 to 310. Thirdly, read the article carefully.
        2. commbatant Offline
          commbatant (Sergei) 29 December 2019 14: 07
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          First, do not mix the concepts of the USSR and the RSFSR. The USSR aviation industry had the most powerful enterprises throughout the Union, in the same Ukraine, in Uzbekistan, in Georgia.
          Second, the I talked only about civilian aircraft. Military and now Russia produces more than a hundred annually. [/ Quote]
          Only Su-25 (which was discontinued in the 91st before the collapse of the Union) was produced in Georgia at the Tbilisi Aviation Plant.

          https://topwar.ru/64474-su-25-grach-ili-letayuschiy-tank.html

          (which was bombed by the Russian Aerospace Forces in the war on 08.08.08/XNUMX/XNUMX) ...
          Only Il-76 was produced in Uzbekistan (it is difficult to call it passenger):

          https://zen.yandex.ru/media/himzavod/zabytye-aviakrylia-uzbekistana-il76-5d5b87095eb26800ae244e8f

          Now its production, including its modernized version, takes place in Ulyanovsk ("Aviastar-SP") ...

          https://rblogger.ru/2016/01/20/proizvodstvo-samolyotov/
  2. pin_code Offline
    pin_code (Andrey 1974) 28 December 2019 18: 04
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    In general, I like the minusers on this resource, if you even wrote the truth, then the "authoritative" will blame ...
    1. Nick Offline
      Nick (Nikolai) 28 December 2019 18: 27
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      Quote: pin_code
      I generally like the minusers on this resource, if you even wrote the truth, then the "authoritative" will blame ...

      Whether you wrote the truth or not is a question. Incorrect comparison, when you compare the performance of the USSR, with the performance of one of the parts of the USSR, how is it? You about Thomas, and you about Yeryom. Trying to mislead the reader.
      1. pin_code Offline
        pin_code (Andrey 1974) 28 December 2019 18: 32
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        You, too, in your first post mislead, or do you think not?
        1. Nick Offline
          Nick (Nikolai) 28 December 2019 18: 45
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          Quote: pin_code
          you too mislead your first post, or you think not?

          Of course not. In the RSFSR (not in the USSR) in the best post-war years, no more than 60-70 civilian aircraft were produced.
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            Besmaster (Alexander) 31 December 2019 21: 43
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            Quote: Nick
            Quote: pin_code
            you too mislead your first post, or you think not?

            Of course not. In the RSFSR (not in the USSR) in the best post-war years, no more than 60-70 civilian aircraft were produced.

            How is it not? Here you write that 60-70 aircraft per year produced whole USSR. And then, in the following reports, you specify that 60-70 aircraft were produced by the RSFSR. It turns out that the first post brought confusion into the conversation.

            Quote: Nick
            All USSR in the best years produced 60-70 civilian aircraft per year.
  3. pin_code Offline
    pin_code (Andrey 1974) 28 December 2019 18: 39
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    According to the article ... the last Il-114 in Tashkent was assembled in 2012. If you believe Vicki ... in Russia they will release a more perfect one. And for him, the sea of ​​work will be in the army and in civilian life.
  4. Yevgeny Mikhailov (Vyacheslav Plotnikov) 28 December 2019 23: 55
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    Must be expressed correctly. Not “a flight will take place”, but - “we plan a flight”. There is a wonderful Russian proverb, which, perhaps, is not one hundred years old. It sounds like this:

    Don't say gop until you jump over.

    Already "sent to the troops" the first serial Su-57 "before the end of this year" .... It's good that the pilot managed to eject. To whom, excuse me, are you "hanging on your ears"? Who do you want to mislead? Peace? Russia? More than 15 years have been fiddling with this worthless "hodgepodge" - "Super-duper-jet". It turned out to be of no use to anyone. Neither the world nor the country of Russia. Passengers of the Russian Federation refuse to fly on this. International airlines do not need this expensive and stupid "toy" either. "Money down the drain" - it's called. Specific money of specific taxpayers. After all, not from their salary "effective managers" do oddities. RK ("Capitalist Russia") of the XXI century The USSR of the 80s of the last century cannot "catch up"! With difficulty "repeats" the machines of Soviet Russia. Is it possible for the Republic of Kazakhstan to keep up with states capable, for example, of producing TWO models of fifth-generation fighters at the same time? As is done, for example, by the PRC. The US state can afford to have TWO models of fifth generation serial fighters. And the RK for the year failed to produce just TWO serial fighters. TWO PIECES, not two models! Aviation is an excellent "litmus test" for determining the viability of certain states.
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