Russia's MC-21 Airliner Logs New Sales But Heads Into Sanctions Turbulence – AIN

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At the MAKS 2019 air show in Moscow, Russia’s United Aircraft Corporation announced that Russian carrier Yakutia Airlines and BKR of Kazakhstan are among the early customers for its new MC-21 airliner. Yakutia, which is based in the far north east of Russia, has agreed to buy five of the latest MC-21-300 model, which the manufacturer demonstrated during the air show. BKR has ordered 10 of the twin-engined jet and Russian flag carrier Aeroflot accounts for another 50 out of a total of 175 orders placed so far.

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