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Ural Aircraft Plant is ready to supply aircraft for the Far Eastern Federal District

Ural Aircraft Plant is ready to supply aircraft for the Far Eastern Federal District
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The Ural Civil Aviation Plant (UZGA) is ready to supply L-410 aircraft for the airline, which will be created for the Far East. The enterprise will supply aircraft if necessary, but so far no one has contacted him on this issue.

As told TASS Director General of the Ural State Aviation Administration Vadim Badeha, now the company's production facilities allow it to produce up to 20 aircraft per year. According to Badehi, if necessary, they can be increased.

At the end of 2019, the Russian government began to study options with large banks creating an airline for the Far East. Last week, Vladimir Putin instructed the Cabinet of Ministers to tackle this issue and attract only planes for work Russian production.

It will be required to create an airline from 10 billion to 30 billion rubles. Funding is likely to be taken from the National Wealth Fund. According to some reports, Aeroflot proposes to create a new air carrier for flights in the Far Eastern Federal District on the basis of its subsidiary - airline "Aurora".