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Russia's United Aircraft Corporation Decides To Increase Share Capital By 441 Bln Shares
Russia's United Aircraft Corporation H1 Net Result To RAS Turns To Profit Of RUB 718.2 Mln
Russia's United Aircraft Corporation H1 Result To Ras Turns To Profit of RUB 718.2 Mln
Ob'yedinennaya Aviastroitel'naya Korporatsiya PAO (OAK PAO or United Aircraft Corporation PJSC or UAC PJSC) is a Russia-based holding company active within the aircraft industry. The Company, along with its subsidiaries, is engaged in the design, manufacture, sale, operational maintenance, guarantee and service maintenance, upgrading, repair and utilization of civil and military aircrafts. Its products portfolio includes civil aircraft's, such as long-haul and medium-haul aircrafts; military aircrafts, such as long-range, front-line, naval and combat trainer aircrafts; cargo aircrafts, and special purpose aircrafts, such as fixed-wing aircrafts. It is mainly active domestically and operates through numerous subsidiaries and affiliated companies, located on the territory of the Russian Federation.
Aerospace & Defense
ul. B. Pionerskaya, d. 1
Anatoly Eduardovich Serdyukov
Chairman of the Board
Yury Borisovich Slyusar
Director, President, Chairman of the Management Board
Sergey Nikolaevich Medvedev
Executive Vice President, Member of the Management Board
Sergey Aleksandrovich Smirnov
Member of the Management Board, Vice President for Production and Technical Development
Elena Andreevna Kiryanova
Director of the Department of Accounting and Reporting - Chief Accountant Officer
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Russia flew a new passenger airliner with domestically-built engines for the first time since the Soviet era on Tuesday, the start of what it hopes will be a revival of a civil aviation industry to challenge Boeing and Airbus.
The China-Russia partnership building a widebody plane has sent a request for proposal to potential suppliers of landing gear for its CR929 program, United Aircraft Corp said on Thursday.
The China-Russia partnership building a widebody plane has received proposals from seven foreign and local companies to supply the jet's engine, the Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China (COMAC) [CMAFC.UL] said on Wednesday.
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