Russia aiming to fly solo without Airbus and Boeing

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Russia's aviation industry will aim to go it alone without the West, using locally built parts to produce 1,000 airliners by 2030 and end a reliance on Boeing and Airbus, state-owned engineer Rostec said. Foreign aircraft, mainly from Boeing and Airbus, account for 95% of passenger traffic. But Russian sanctions mean there are no spare parts - and no prospect of any.
Published 2 months ago · Moscow, Russian Federation

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Russia aiming to fly solo without Airbus and Boeing

By Gleb Stolyarov MOSCOW - Russia's aviation industry will aim to go it alone without the West, using locally built parts to produce 1,000 airliners by 2030 and end a reliance on Boeing and Airbus, state-owned engineer Rostec said. The remarks from Rostec, a vast state corporation headed by a close ally of President Vladimir Putin that includes Russia's only manufacturer of civil

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Russia Aiming To Fly Solo Without Airbus And Boeing

Russia's aviation industry will aim to go it alone without the West, using locally built parts to produce 1,000 airliners by 2030 and end a reliance on Boeing and Airbus, state-owned engineer Rostec said.

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Russia aiming to fly solo without Airbus and Boeing

Russia's aviation industry will aim to go it alone without the West, using locally built parts to produce 1,000 airliners by 2030 and end a reliance on Boeing and Airbus, state-owned engineer Rostec said.

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Russia aiming to fly solo, end its reliance on Airbus and Boeing

Russia's aviation industry will aim to go it alone without the West, using locally built parts to produce 1,000 airliners by 2030 and end reliance on Boeing and Airbus, state-owned engineer Rostec said. The remarks from Rostec, a vast state corporation headed by a close ally of President Vladimir Putin that includes Russia's only manufacturer of civil aircraft, are the strongest indication yet that the country's aviation sector sees the confront

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Russia aiming to fly solo without Airbus and Boeing

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