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Komsomolsk aircraft factory will connect to the production of liners MS-21
Komsomolsk-on-Amur Aviation Plant will take part in the production of new Russian medium-haul passenger airliners MC-21. The company will manufacture and supply parts for the wing of the aircraft.
As the director of the Komsomolsk-on-Amur Gagarin Aviation Plant, Alexander Pekarsh, says TASS, the company cooperates with the Irkutsk Aviation Plant. The bulk of the MC-21 is tied to the "Aerocomposite", which is the manufacturer of the detachable part of the wing MC-21. For them, the Komsomol plant begins to manufacture and supply parts.
This year, the Russian government will allocate from the federal budget 1,58 billion rubles in cost subsidies associated with the creation, production, sale and maintenance of aircraft of the MC-21 family. However, recently it became known that serial production of the liner is postponed due to problems with the supply of composite materials.