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Creation of MC-21 aircraft sponsored from the federal budget - EastRussia | Far East

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Creation of MC-21 aircraft will be subsidized from the federal budget.

The Russian government will allocate 2019 billion rubles from the federal budget in 1,58 for subsidizing the costs associated with the creation, production, sale and maintenance of aircraft of the MS-21 family. Decree this was signed by Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.

The federal budget will subsidize 90% of the costs associated with the sale and maintenance of MS-21 aircraft, including the purchase of simulators for the training of aviation personnel, ground support equipment and the creation of a warehouse of spare parts. In addition, it is planned to subsidize 90% of the costs of manufacturers MC-21 and its components to pay interest on loans for the project.

Now the key to today's tribute to the project of the Russian civil aviation industry there are a number of problems. Due to the unavailability of individual units, the planes are planned to start supplying to the Russian market only in the second half of 2020 year. At the request of Irkut, the certification of MC-21 Rosaviation, which confirms the compliance of the aircraft with airworthiness standards, was postponed to July 2020. In Europe, the aircraft will be able to receive a certificate not earlier than the end of the 2021 of the year, since the certification in EASA has been moved to December of the 2021. At the same time, more than 158 billion rubles have already been allocated for the implementation of the Irkut project. The total cost of the project before 2025 is estimated at 437,4 billion rubles.