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At the airport in Yakutsk will test aircraft in low temperature

These days, representatives of Boeing are in Yakutsk airport to discuss technical and organizational issues related to conducting practical tests of aircraft at low temperatures.
Thus, an agreement was reached that the world's popular narrow-body jet passenger aircraft Boeing 737 and the new Boeing 787 Dreamliner, a wide-body twin-engine jet passenger aircraft, will be subjected to a cold test at the Yakutsk International Airport.

Practical work on low-temperature tests of the Boeing 737 aircraft is scheduled for the second half of January next year, and the Boeing 787 Dreamliner - in early February. Test trials are expected to take place within five business days. 737 representatives of the company will come to Yakutsk especially for testing the Boeing 20 aircraft.

It is noteworthy that Boeing 787 Dreamliner will test in 3 times more specialists, and these are more than 60 representatives from Boeing, one of the world's largest manufacturers of aviation, space and military equipment. The tests of Boeing airplanes are carried out in order to obtain a certificate of the Interstate Aviation Committee (IAC) for the practical operation of airplanes at the lowest possible temperatures.

It should be added that the airport "Yakutsk" in the last ten years is a traditional testing ground for aircraft in low-temperature conditions. For example, at different times tested in the conditions Yakut frost conducted on such aircraft as "MA - 60» (PRC), «Bombardier DASH Q400», Boeing 747 - 8F, 757, 777, 77300 ER, 737, «Airbus A319 »,« Sukhoi Superjet 100 », IL 96400, 334 TU, BU -200 emergencies, etc.

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