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The first Il-76MD-90A assembled on the production line was handed over for testing in Ulyanovsk

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The Ulyanovsk Aviastar-SP JSC handed over for testing the first military transport aircraft Il-76MD-90A assembled on the production line. This is reported by the press service of the UAC.


The first IL-76MD-90A, assembled on the production line, was transferred to the flight station for ground and flight tests.

The company reported that the new production line launched at Aviastar-SP has made it possible to reduce the labor intensity of the aircraft assembly process by 38%. The line itself consists of ten stations for docking of individual elements, installation of power plants and aircraft systems. It is assumed that the introduction of the new assembly technology will make it possible to assemble more than 10 aircraft per year, which is what the Russian Ministry of Defense is seeking.

The start of the installation of the largest automated assembly line in Russia at Aviastar-SP was announced in November 2018. It was said that the line includes two stations, at each of which the fuselage, wing and tail sections are automatically docked, as well as six automated stations for the installation of systems, power plant and workshop processing. It is possible that an error crept into the primary information and the automated stations were not six, but eight, judging by the KLA report about 10 stations on the line.

In March of this year, Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu announced that the military department this year will receive five new heavy military transport aircraft Il-76MD-90A, but they wanted to get all ten. According to the minister, in the future, the production of new and modernized Il-76MD-90A should be increased to 20 aircraft per year.

The delivery of the Il-76MD-90A is delayed. In May 2020, the Ministry of Defense renewed the contract with Aviastar-SP on new terms. Now, under the old contract in 2012, the plant will now commission a total of 13 Il-76MD-90A aircraft, and from 2021 a new contract for the supply of 14 such aircraft will enter into force.
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  1. A. Privalov
    A. Privalov 19 May 2021 11: 15
    +14
    In 2013, I saw him in Zhukovsky at the air saloon. Nice car. It looks very elegant and personable. Let the operators tell us about the flight qualities, and the designers did their best.
    1. Peak
      Peak 19 May 2021 11: 50
      +12
      Quote: A. Privalov
      Nice car. It looks very elegant and personable. Let the operators tell us about the flight qualities, and the designers did their best.

      Are you talking about coloring, or what? Yes, the livery of the liner can be any, whatever, according to the artist's imagination.

      But the external generic noble, graceful features laid down by the creators of the machine during the Soviet Union, you really cannot hide. After all, outwardly, by contours, the Il-76MD-90A, this is the Il-76 ...





      1. A. Privalov
        A. Privalov 19 May 2021 12: 23
        +3
        Quote: PiK
        Are you talking about coloring, or what? Yes, the livery of the liner can be any, whatever, according to the artist's imagination.

        There was nothing special about the coloring. Here, I even found a photo of those times in my archives.
        1. A. Privalov
          A. Privalov 19 May 2021 12: 48
          -12%
          The dashboard remains from Soviet times. There is still a lot to work with.
          1. Bad_gr
            Bad_gr 19 May 2021 14: 03
            +11
            Quote: A. Privalov
            The dashboard remains from Soviet times. There is still a lot to work with.

            1. A. Privalov
              A. Privalov 19 May 2021 14: 15
              -10%
              My picture is 2013. For eight years, maybe something has changed.
              The cockpits of modern aircraft are already looking more attractive and futuristic. Everything is already more ergonomic - from displays to handles and from seats to switches and indicators.
          2. figwam
            figwam 19 May 2021 15: 11
            +10
            Quote: A. Privalov
            The dashboard remains from Soviet times

            Not true...
            1. A. Privalov
              A. Privalov 19 May 2021 15: 22
              -6
              Quote: figvam
              Quote: A. Privalov
              The dashboard remains from Soviet times

              Not true...

              I repeat again:
              My picture is 2013. For eight years, maybe something has changed.
              1. figwam
                figwam 19 May 2021 15: 49
                +1
                Quote: A. Privalov
                My picture is 2013. For eight years, maybe something has changed.

                Your picture is this part of the dashboard with LCD displays of the new IL-76md-90a, nothing has changed.
    2. JD1979
      JD1979 19 May 2021 11: 56
      +6
      Quote: A. Privalov
      and the designers did a great job.

      Oru! Thank God the aircraft are created by aircraft designers, when the designers do it ...)))
      1. antivirus
        antivirus 19 May 2021 12: 02
        +1
        when the designers will do it ...)))

        - you get Av in 100 VI. not to be like this. VKS against
    3. figwam
      figwam 19 May 2021 11: 57
      +7
      Quote: A. Privalov
      and the designers did a great job.

      Outwardly, this is the same Il-76 developed in the USSR.
      1. Jacket in stock
        Jacket in stock 19 May 2021 12: 29
        -14%
        Quote: figvam
        Outwardly, this is the same Il-76 developed in the USSR.

        The same, but not the same.
        The Soviet one has graceful engines, the new one has huge "ears" like those of Cheburashka.
        1. figwam
          figwam 19 May 2021 12: 32
          +12
          Quote: Jacket in stock
          The Soviet one has graceful engines, the new one has huge "ears" like those of Cheburashka.

          The engines are new, they are more powerful, more economical, respectively, the range and load capacity of the aircraft has increased.
          1. Jacket in stock
            Jacket in stock 19 May 2021 13: 26
            -8
            Quote: figvam
            The engines are new, they are more powerful, more economical

            It would be completely ridiculous if the new engines were weaker and more voracious.
            But we, in general, are about design,
            1. figwam
              figwam 19 May 2021 14: 12
              +3
              Quote: Jacket in stock
              But we are, in general, about design

              We need a plane to transport cargo, and you need it for beauty?
              1. Jacket in stock
                Jacket in stock 20 May 2021 06: 39
                0
                Quote: figvam
                We need a plane to transport cargo, and you need it for beauty?

                Me for the same.
                But in this particular place, we are discussing exactly the topic of design and I answered
                Outwardly, this is the same Il-76 developed in the USSR.

                Noticing that outwardly they just can be easily distinguished from each other.
          2. lucul
            lucul 19 May 2021 21: 34
            +3
            The engines are new, they are more powerful, more economical, respectively, the range and load capacity of the aircraft has increased.

            And there is :
            "Compared to the Il-76MD, the new version is already a completely different aircraft. And the point is not even the new PS-90A engines, which significantly increased the key characteristics of the Il. The aircraft received a new, more durable wing, the landing gear was reinforced, and a new avionics.

            As a result of all these modifications, the aircraft's flight range increased from 4000 km to 5000 km, the payload increased from 48 to 60 tons, and the aircraft itself is designed for more than 40 years of service or 10 take-off and landing cycles. "
        2. AC130 Ganship
          AC130 Ganship 19 May 2021 23: 02
          -6
          Your "graceful" ate kerosene like black, smoked the sky and frightened people with the sound. The same engines are on the Tu134
      2. Bad_gr
        Bad_gr 19 May 2021 15: 38
        +2
        Quote: figvam
        Outwardly, this is the same Il-76 developed in the USSR.


        link to video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kCYGF69seGk
      3. sifgame
        sifgame 20 May 2021 14: 11
        +1
        And what was it supposed to be? The production of the Il-76 was restored in the territory of the Russian Federation, modernized, it became longer, the wing was different, the carrying capacity increased slightly, the engines were new again. IL-76 time-tested, excellent design and will serve, I wanted to write forever, but I'll just write for a very long time)
        1. Joker62
          Joker62 20 May 2021 14: 50
          +1
          Yes, the Il-76 was assembled in Tashkent, where the entire aircraft plant was stupidly ditched ... And it is criminal to lose such a brainchild as the Il-76. Therefore, he decided to restore production in the Russian Federation, in Ulyanovsk. From here came the big changes, tk. everything was done in digital format.
    4. AC130 Ganship
      AC130 Ganship 19 May 2021 22: 59
      -3
      Its "peer" from the US Air Force S141, according to many characteristics of which the Il76 still has not caught up (for example, the flight range with full commercial load), worked honestly and was decommissioned in 2006. The park was replaced by C17
  2. figwam
    figwam 19 May 2021 11: 18
    +17
    I hope now the assembly of aircraft will speed up, not only transport workers are needed, but also tankers and AWACS.
    1. Alex777
      Alex777 19 May 2021 15: 21
      +2
      In March of this year, Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu announced that the military department this year will receive five new heavy military transport aircraft Il-76MD-90A, but they wanted to get all ten.

      The star has already received a "pendel from above".
      I hope that Aviastar will understand everything correctly and will finally start working as expected.
      1. sustav75
        sustav75 20 May 2021 05: 59
        -1
        As expected, it is not profitable for them! They are ready to stretch the production of one car for decades! A penny goes to the workers! Managers receive gold parachutes, everything is clear.
        1. sifgame
          sifgame 20 May 2021 14: 26
          +2
          Come on, do you think the state pays them hourly? Or maybe under a contract, in which the terms are also spelled out
        2. Alex777
          Alex777 20 May 2021 14: 49
          +1
          Not certainly in that way. There are many who want to lead, but few who know how to "turn the nuts" correctly. Therefore, the timing is creeping.
  3. prior
    prior 19 May 2021 11: 29
    +6
    Good communication.
    The only pity is that the next plane cannot be seen in the photo behind the plane being rolled out from the production line.
    1. Sidor Amenpodestovich
      Sidor Amenpodestovich 19 May 2021 11: 56
      +8
      Quote: prior
      The only pity is that the next plane cannot be seen in the photo behind the plane being rolled out from the production line.

      Didn't fit into the frame.
  4. Vladimir_2U
    Vladimir_2U 19 May 2021 11: 30
    +5
    Can you please tell me what is the main method of attaching the skin to the set of the Il-76?
    1. Aleksandr97
      Aleksandr97 19 May 2021 11: 55
      +7
      Most likely with rivets.
      1. Vladimir_2U
        Vladimir_2U 19 May 2021 12: 09
        +2
        Quote: Aleksandr97
        Most likely with rivets.

        Thank you.
      2. Bad_gr
        Bad_gr 19 May 2021 13: 31
        +4
        Rivets are easier to calculate. Welding is not so predictable in this respect. Although on new aircraft of the Su-35S type, where aluminum-lithium alloys are in priority, welding rules the ball.
    2. JD1979
      JD1979 19 May 2021 11: 58
      +10
      The same as on the Kukuruznik and on the Su-57 - rivets.
      1. Vladimir_2U
        Vladimir_2U 19 May 2021 12: 10
        +4
        Quote: JD1979
        The same as on the Kukuruznik and on the Su-57 - rivets.

        Thank you.
  5. Thrifty
    Thrifty 19 May 2021 11: 33
    0
    Most likely, everything is correct, some of the aircraft are assembled on old lines, consider manually, therefore the assembly rates are not high, and there is a lag behind the schedule.
    1. kventinasd
      kventinasd 19 May 2021 12: 07
      +9
      Quote: Thrifty
      Most likely, everything is correct, some of the aircraft are assembled on old lines.

      The production line for IL 76 was at TAPOICH in Tashkent, and in Ulyanovsk it is not so easy to restore it.
      Mr. Yeltsin and his associates did everything to destroy Soviet industry for the sake of good relations with overseas curators. Now we are reaping the benefits and I think we will not recover soon. Civil aviation is generally full of seams!
      1. saygon66
        saygon66 19 May 2021 21: 40
        -7
        - And how did Yeltsin take part in the ruin of TAPOICH? By that time, the Union no longer existed, it was just that the national personnel did not pull such production ...
        1. ramzay21
          ramzay21 20 May 2021 01: 30
          +2
          And who destroyed the USSR? Or is this a new version of the story?
          1. saygon66
            saygon66 20 May 2021 10: 49
            -2
            - Well, everything ... Appointed a scapegoat! Today Putin is to blame for everything, yesterday Yeltsin, the day before yesterday Gorbachev ... Genghis Khans of our day, yo! laughing
            - Production could have been saved, but the national elites who came to power in Uzbekistan preferred to sell the legacy of the Union for metal. As well as "Bulb", Selmash and much more ... Or they could have made a profit from their own aviation industry!
            1. ramzay21
              ramzay21 20 May 2021 11: 03
              +1
              And who started the Saratov aircraft plant 9 years ago? What about the Samara aircraft plant, once the largest in Europe? How do barely breathing KAPO and VASO feel?
              Are the aliens to blame for this, or are the Genghis Khans?
              1. saygon66
                saygon66 20 May 2021 11: 15
                -1
                - Not otherwise Boris Nikolaich personally sold and wasted ... They stole it on the spot! Or not?
                1. ramzay21
                  ramzay21 20 May 2021 11: 21
                  +2
                  He is a criminal, his actions fall under the most stringent articles of the Criminal Code, including attempts to change the state system, high treason, embezzlement of state funds on an especially large scale. On all counts Capital measure with confiscation of property.
                  1. saygon66
                    saygon66 20 May 2021 11: 26
                    -1
                    - Maybe! Our history is unpredictable ... References to stupid leadership remind the postulate that pyanka for no reason is alcoholism, and for a reason - a holiday ...
                    - Well, why don't you steal, if you don't mind from above? And the reason was ...
            2. ramzay21
              ramzay21 20 May 2021 11: 06
              +1
              Who signed the Belovezhskaya Agreements, which meant the collapse of the USSR? And who authorized him to do this, if the people at the referendum voted by an absolute majority to preserve the USSR?
              1. saygon66
                saygon66 20 May 2021 11: 16
                -1
                - Who in our history did the people empower? From Gostomysl to our age?
                1. ramzay21
                  ramzay21 20 May 2021 11: 24
                  +1
                  The people were asked in this case and he answered. And the fact that Yeltsin did this is a criminal offense. Or are you against the observance of the laws of the state?
                  1. saygon66
                    saygon66 20 May 2021 11: 28
                    -1
                    - I don’t remember that someone asked me, but I answered something ... Although, a remote corner of the Empire ... China is nearby, news from the metropolis arrives late ...
                    - And "Let the people think again!" (C)
            3. kventinasd
              kventinasd 20 May 2021 11: 07
              0
              Looking at the constantly half-sober leader of Russia, the local Uzbek bai preferred to sell off the legacy of the USSR faster than to deal with an inadequate conductor.
              1. saygon66
                saygon66 20 May 2021 11: 19
                -1
                - Yes, there Moscow has never been particularly in the decree ... Just quick money! Moreover, the owners are gone ...
                1. kventinasd
                  kventinasd 20 May 2021 11: 30
                  +2
                  When Moscow began removing equipment from its strategic factories in Uzbekistan, local authorities quickly began riveting criminal cases against business leaders, although everything was signed on paper. The Uzbeks did not know what to do with the remaining equipment, but the main thing was not to let the invaders take it out. De-communization was carried out there much faster than in present-day Ukraine, and no one really blabbed among the Yeltsin entourage when the monuments were demolished and the streets were renamed.
                  1. saygon66
                    saygon66 20 May 2021 11: 31
                    -1
                    - All were taken out! Kilotons of aluminum cauldrons were sent to the States ... wink
                  2. patriot on line
                    patriot on line 20 May 2021 19: 32
                    +2
                    The complete idiocy of the times of the USSR is the placement of strategic serious enterprises in the national republics, thus they tried to achieve that the nationals become like Russians, work in factories, and live in cities. The failure was complete, in fact the visiting Russians were working, but local personnel were in charge. And there were many such factories.
                    1. ramzay21
                      ramzay21 21 May 2021 01: 06
                      0
                      Placed enterprises in their country where necessary, everything was calculated from an economic and social point of view. It never occurred to anyone under Stalin that either cretins or traitors would come to power, and for the amusement of the whole world they would make a bunch of colonies out of the superpower, with princelings at the head.
                2. ramzay21
                  ramzay21 20 May 2021 11: 34
                  +2
                  Come on? Tashkent, like the UzSSR, was an ordinary part of the USSR. And TAPOiCH was the largest aircraft plant in the USSR. They even made wings for the An 124 and An 225 on it. They produced several dozen Il 76s a year, plus more than a dozen sets of wings for the An 124 and were preparing to produce a hundred Il 114 a year.
                  1. saygon66
                    saygon66 20 May 2021 12: 22
                    -1
                    - Cauldrons that ... Defective pistons for agricultural machinery and diesel locomotives ... In our Nikolaev workshops, all the tracks were cleaned, and the garbage was sifted for non-ferrous metals ... laughing
            4. Joker62
              Joker62 20 May 2021 15: 00
              0
              It is easier for them to produce tomatoes with peaches than heavy industry!
          2. Joker62
            Joker62 20 May 2021 14: 59
            0
            The destruction of the Union must begin with Khrushchev and end with the Gorbachev-Yeltsin period.
            The main burden lies on the conscience of the former first president of the Union - Gorbachev, while Yeltsin, along with drinking companions - Kravchuk and Shushkevich - they simply finished off already in the Belovezhsky forest ... So this is not a new story, but a continuation of History ...
      2. EvilLion
        EvilLion 20 May 2021 10: 28
        +1
        I don’t understand how you manage to speak with slogans?
    2. JD1979
      JD1979 19 May 2021 12: 12
      +12
      Quote: Thrifty
      Most likely, everything is correct, some of the aircraft are assembled on old lines, consider manually, therefore the assembly rates are not high, and there is a lag behind the schedule.

      I do not know what old lines there were in the ancient highly developed civilization, but they managed to collect up to 80 boards a year on them in the 65s of the last century.
      1. Reserve buildbat
        Reserve buildbat 19 May 2021 15: 32
        0
        These production lines were there. We are now restoring what was lost because of the traitors.
        1. Adler77
          Adler77 19 May 2021 21: 27
          +2
          Yeah, but did you find the traitors?
          Or are traitors rebuilding what was destroyed earlier?)
          1. ramzay21
            ramzay21 20 May 2021 01: 31
            +1
            Traitors live in luxury, unlike those whom they betrayed
          2. Reserve buildbat
            Reserve buildbat 20 May 2021 08: 41
            +2
            One is dead, now monuments are being erected to him and the center of his name has been built. The second in Germany is still smoking the sky.
            1. ramzay21
              ramzay21 21 May 2021 01: 11
              +1
              It would be correct to judge them according to the Criminal Code of the USSR, there for high treason, embezzlement of state property on an especially large scale. Capital punishment, with confiscation, is envisaged. And the oligarchs would not be and the country would become rich.
              It would be interesting to see the last speech of the hunchback and Chubais before the gallows.
      2. EvilLion
        EvilLion 20 May 2021 10: 30
        0
        If there is an army to absorb these sides, then you can do 65, otherwise why the hell are they in such quantities.
    3. Bad_gr
      Bad_gr 19 May 2021 13: 36
      +3
      Quote: Thrifty
      Most likely, everything is correct, some of the aircraft are assembled on old lines, consider manually, therefore the assembly rates are not high, and there is a lag behind the schedule.

      There was information that the lion's share of the equipment was new. Moreover, all the documentation for the IL-76 was digitized (which took a lot of time) and linked to programmable machines.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ROTgyfxOaSE- the video to which I gave the link
  6. Naughty
    Naughty 19 May 2021 11: 38
    +11
    Quote: figvam
    I hope now the assembly of aircraft will speed up, not only transport workers are needed, but also tankers and AWACS.


    And we also need to raise wages and pensions And send home millions of migrant workers from the SA Who "do not allow" employers to raise the salaries of Russians A lot of what else is needed
  7. alex aircraft
    alex aircraft 19 May 2021 11: 58
    0
    Progress is evident. Bravo !! just compare how much a year under the Soviet Union they did on TashpoiCh and how much they think to produce on all these super-duper lines (the machine tool fleet is all imported)
    1. zwlad
      zwlad 19 May 2021 12: 03
      +1
      And you try to do at least something from scratch, preferably something more complicated. Perhaps after that you will stop joking.
      1. Jacket in stock
        Jacket in stock 19 May 2021 12: 26
        +4
        Quote: zwlad
        And you try to do at least something from scratch,

        Why from scratch?
        The assembly plant was in Ulyanovsk and existed until 1991.
        Many picking suppliers have not gone anywhere either.
        It was just necessary to master a new product, and not even a completely new one, but a modernized old one. What a zero it is.
        This is just a way of doing business in modern Russia, when the result is not the production of aircraft (ships, tanks, televisions ...) but the process of mastering the budget.
        1. zwlad
          zwlad 19 May 2021 15: 49
          +1
          The assembly plant was in Ulyanovsk and existed until 1991.

          Well, what was it? What is left of it after the 90s?
          The hangars were left empty alone.
          Therefore, from scratch.
      2. know
        know 19 May 2021 16: 43
        +1
        From what zero then? They built a new plant, invented new machines, developed a new aircraft, created new design bureaus?
        They did it from scratch in another country.
        1. zwlad
          zwlad 19 May 2021 17: 12
          +1
          Are you going to assemble an airplane with your bare hands out of nothing?
          We need equipment, tools, technological documentation, qualified personnel. All this was safely ditched in the 90s.
          1. know
            know 21 May 2021 04: 35
            0
            It will not work that way. From scratch this is some kind of uncle Ilyushin or Tupolev. Developing a new aircraft. You see, there was no such glider, but it was invented and developed from scratch.
            And they digitized and walked along the beaten track, which they passed before, this is not from scratch.
            1. zwlad
              zwlad 21 May 2021 09: 16
              -1
              What are you stubborn!
              I am writing to you about the process of mastering mass production in the presence of only walls and a roof in the room. This is from scratch. Yes, there is a process for developing a new product. But then you try to master its production at a new enterprise and you will immediately understand everything.
              1. know
                know 21 May 2021 11: 39
                0
                And not stubborn, who agree with you right away?
                You contradict yourself. If the product has already been developed. Well, it's kind of a priori not from scratch. Not?
                Or imagine, we have created a new production, well, very modern.
                And there is nothing to produce on it, because the product was not created. So in this situation, will it be possible to produce an airplane?
  8. zwlad
    zwlad 19 May 2021 12: 04
    +4
    Well done! So we can slowly restore the destroyed industry.
  9. Jacket in stock
    Jacket in stock 19 May 2021 12: 21
    +2
    The news about the launch of the production line was a year and a half ago

    August 27 2019

    An automated assembly line has been launched at the Ulyanovsk Aviastar-SP aircraft plant, which will significantly accelerate the production of Il-76MD-90A heavy military transport aircraft and its modifications. This was reported by RIA Novosti with reference to a source in the aircraft industry.

    Now we have assembled the first car on this line.
    Is this the production cycle or am I still missing something?
    1. patriot on line
      patriot on line 20 May 2021 19: 41
      0
      Here, most commentators rejoice in the soul, they do not go into reality and details. It is even possible that such news is fabricated by special journalists according to the principle - raised old materials, enough time has passed, we publish again.
  10. maiman61
    maiman61 19 May 2021 14: 26
    +2
    The soul rejoices when our army receives new weapons! And even more is needed! It will be quieter to live!
  11. faterdom
    faterdom 19 May 2021 15: 33
    +2
    God grant. The news is not about the plane, but about the line!
    Shoigu is right here - given our size and threats, we need an impressive fleet of such aircraft with pilots and airfields.
    So that suddenly our brigades and divisions could be where they are urgently needed - after all, not only the Crimean peninsula can be a decisive factor, it is time to think about the Iberian and Apennine, Scandinavian and Labrador, Yucatan, Alaska and California, in the end ...
    and any of them the emergence of some of our Red Banner Order of Lenin brigades with cover for S-400 and 350, MIGs 31 with "Daggers", and "Boreas" nearby under water at the right precise moment will help to understand any barrels and other rasmussen there - partners that they are not very right ...
    It will be possible to take the leaflet in the right hand, throw down the weapon so that we can see, raise both hands up and loudly shouting "Hitler kaput" to approach the representatives of the Red Banner Separate, and so on ...
    The Tribunal will then take into account active remorse and good behavior ...
  12. Captain45
    Captain45 19 May 2021 16: 50
    +1
    The photo for the article is good, it coolly conveys the scale and dimensions of the products. Everyone saw the Kirovets tractor, but the Il-76 was not the only one. I was lucky to fly it to Moscow in 1999, when cops from all over Russia were caught up in the explosions of houses in the capital.
  13. andrewkor
    andrewkor 19 May 2021 17: 50
    +5
    In the 80s at TAPOiCH without any automated lines in stocks they produced 6 boards a month! That plant disappeared, leaving only the Aviator market, the Aviasozlar residential area, the Kadyshev market, the V. Irgasheva, abandoned DKTA, Technopark.
    1. saygon66
      saygon66 19 May 2021 21: 44
      +1
      - So, according to the rumors of specialists from TAPOICH and LIS, they were organized in Ulyanovsk and taken out ...
  14. Pavel57
    Pavel57 19 May 2021 18: 10
    0
    A robotic complex for automatic riveting was purchased at Achiastar in the 90s. But I'm not sure if he survived to this day.
  15. Gennady Fomkin
    Gennady Fomkin 19 May 2021 21: 38
    0
    Well, for understanding, this is still a very modernized aircraft. And of course, they have been made before, up to this day, just now the line has been built, without a slip.

    IL-76MD-90A aircraft, built under the 2012 contract:

    z / n 0108 (RF-78654), first flight - December 15, 2015
    z / n 0109 (RF-78655), first flight - November 7, 2018
    z / n 0110 (RF-78656), first flight - December 22, 2018
    z / n 0202 (RF-78657), first flight - June 13, 2019
    z / n 0203 (RF-78658), first flight - March 17, 2020
    z / n 0204 (RF-78659), first flight - August 26, 2020
    z / n 0205 (RF-78660), first flight - December 6, 2020
  16. Gennady Fomkin
    Gennady Fomkin 19 May 2021 21: 46
    0
    For accuracy. The plant began to move from Tashkent in 2008 to 2010. A lot of politics climbed out, although the economy too. Then there was the process of modernizing the aircraft itself. Il - 76 has a future and does not cause any special worries.

    But with IL 214 there are many questions. Miscellaneous came across in the press. They closed and opened. 
  17. AC130 Ganship
    AC130 Ganship 19 May 2021 23: 08
    0
    The navigator's cockpit remained (although it has been gone for a long time on those supplied to the same China). This means that his slide rule is also somewhere on the shelf there. 21st year we live in the 21st century ...
    1. ramzay21
      ramzay21 20 May 2021 01: 21
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      The plane is military, if the war and satellites knock down, then there will be no satellite navigation, then you will have to fly in the old fashioned way, for this you need a navigator. The Chinese apparently do not understand everything in aviation, they do not have such experience yet.
      1. Bad_gr
        Bad_gr 20 May 2021 11: 51
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        Quote: ramzay21
        and the satellites will knock down, then there will be no satellite navigation, ...

        Many expensive machines purchased abroad are tied to the place of installation. That is, without the knowledge of the manufacturer, it will not be possible to independently remove from one place and install in another: the machine will determine by GPS that the coordinates are not the same and will not start.
        In this regard, the question is: if the GPS satellites turn off, will the machines (with reference by coordinates) work after that, or will the whole economy be cut down?
        1. ramzay21
          ramzay21 21 May 2021 01: 00
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          Good question.
  18. ramzay21
    ramzay21 20 May 2021 01: 18
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    The plane is beautiful, in the USSR almost all planes were beautiful. That is why it was impossible to name this modification of the Il 76 for example Il 76A? Who came up with so many letters in the modification to insert?
    1. Bad_gr
      Bad_gr 20 May 2021 11: 53
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      Quote: ramzay21
      That is why it was impossible to name this modification of the Il 76 for example Il 76A? Who came up with so many letters in the modification to insert?

      Sometimes it is called "Il-476" (product 476).
  19. Andrey1978
    Andrey1978 20 May 2021 06: 45
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    Good news. Hats off to the team of test designers, curators of the Il76 project. God grant orders to the plant. I hope for the policy of educating the next generation in the factory environment, both in design and in assembly. We are now selling Chinese cowards in a former aviation station in Saratov. And the personnel from the plant are busy with what ... Turners are kopeck fittings in garages for gas oil, the spheres are sharpening, electronics engineers are selling radio components in the bazaar ...
  20. alekc75
    alekc75 20 May 2021 08: 32
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    breshut-they can 2 a month! just no one wants-the top has enough money
  21. Eug
    Eug 20 May 2021 16: 29
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    Il-76MD-90A and Il-476 - are they the same aircraft or are they somehow different? 476 - rare, but it happens.