The Russian Ministry of Defense to purchase planes from UMMC's Czech aircraft factory
09.11.2012 — News
Aircraft Industries (a controlling stake in which is owned by the Ural Mining and Metallurgical Company) will supply the Russian Defense Ministry with four L-410 airplanes in 2013.
Andrei Kozitsyn, UMMC's CEO, told RusBusinessNews that a respective contract is scheduled to be concluded until the end of 2012. Crews currently flying heavy IL-476 airlifters (soon to go to the Russian army) will train on these light Czech planes.
The twin-engine L-410 has been in service since 1971. The Russian air force is currently using seven aircrafts of that type - all of which have been allocated to flight schools.
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