United Aircraft Corp. (UAC) hopes to double its revenue over the next 10 years to RUB800 billion ($15 billion) and produce at least 300 aircraft per year, half of which should be civil aircraft, UAC president Yury Slusar said. Slusar, who was appointed president in January, said the corporation will manufacture 193 aircraft this year, up 19.9% year-over-year; revenue should reach RUB400 billion, up 40% from RUB285 billion in 2014.  According to a company statement, UAC plans to ...

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