The Russian and Ukrainian engine builders barely kept pace fulfill orders for aircraft engines


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Federal State Unitary Enterprise "Moscow Machine-Building Plant" Salute "(MMPP" Salut ") and JSC" Motor Sich "(Ukraine), jointly producing engines AI-222-2.5 for the Yak-130 and D-436 engines for the aircraft AN-148 and The Be-200, loaded with orders.
It is reported by Ukrainian state company for export and import of military and special purpose "Ukrspetseskport", referring to the words of the designer, the head of state enterprise "Ivchenko-Progress" by Igor Kravchenko.
"For the first time in modern history, we have so many orders for our aircraft engines that the two plants could hardly keep pace with their perform. To date, the publication of about 70 AI-222-2.5, intended for installation on the new Russian combat training aircraft Yak-130"- Said I.Kravchenko.

He also noted that the volume of production of aircraft engines AI-222-2.5 will increase, as the Russian Air Force long-range plans provided for the purchase in the next 65 years, the Yak-130. "In addition, an increasing number of foreign customers for the aircraft," — said the head of the State Enterprise "Ivchenko-Progress".

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