The assembly of IL-96-300 airliners is reaching the planned level, and the serial production of MS-21 is postponed for 2 years

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The assembly of IL-96-300 airliners is reaching the planned level, and the serial production of MS-21 is postponed for 2 years

At the Voronezh Aviation Plant, which is a branch of PJSC Il, the work on assembling the fuselage of the next domestic airliner Il-96-300 has been fully completed.

It is noteworthy that all volumes of the pile assembly were completed in just 3 months. This was the shortest cycle in recent years.



By the end of this month, off-site work on the fuselage will have to be completed. Then the future liner will go to the final assembly shop.

According to the plan, units for the assembly of another Il-96-300 should arrive at the Voronezh plant this year. This means that aircraft manufacturers have reached the planned production volume of the above-mentioned wide-body passenger airliners of 2 units per year.

In accordance with the comprehensive development program for the aviation industry, 2030 units of the Il-12-96 aircraft should be assembled at the Voronezh Aviation Plant by 300.

At the same time, the head of the Rostec state corporation, Sergei Chemezov, announced that the serial production of domestic MS-21 airliners has been postponed for 2 years. This is due to the fact that all necessary safety tests of the aircraft have not yet been completed.

In turn, the press service of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation noted that delays in the supply of the narrow-body medium-haul MS-21 and short-haul SJ-100 should not affect the planned production volume of 600 civilian airliners by 2030.

The department added that at the moment 16 updated Superjets and 12 MS-21 are in varying degrees of readiness.
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  1. +1
    12 March 2024 13: 28
    Yes, as much as possible. At the same time, they are not developing sludge using the new PD-35 engines. Development to production will already take 5 years, it’s time to start now. I'm tired of being stupid.
    1. +7
      12 March 2024 13: 49
      The MS-21 is the most sanctioned (I’m not afraid of this word) aircraft in the world. For many in the West (alas, not only there) this product is like a bone in the throat.
      1. +2
        14 March 2024 10: 03
        MS-21 stands for mainline aircraft of the 21st century.... There is still time until the end of the century, and then you can just change one number and continue cutting the budget. fellow
        1. +1
          17 March 2024 22: 29
          Just change one number and...! Everything that is ingenious is simple, and everything that is simple is genius.
          1. 0
            18 March 2024 08: 36
            I have another “brilliant” guess.... fellow
            Why do you think they suddenly decided to urgently build high-speed railways? Is it because nothing is working out with the planes and they can’t be put into production?
            “Those born to crawl cannot fly” - this is not about us!!! We will "fly" on the ground! fellow
            This will be even faster than by plane with check-in an hour later and traffic jams to the airport.
            Airplanes will remain only for the longest routes beyond the Urals. What do you think of my guess? laughing lol
  2. +5
    12 March 2024 13: 29
    First we create difficulties for ourselves, then we heroically overcome them...
  3. +4
    12 March 2024 13: 34
    They have already explained to us that there is no need to wait ten years (if we’re lucky)
    1. 0
      14 March 2024 11: 30
      Well, 10 years is unlikely. Although it was initially clear that the deadlines were unrealistic.
  4. +3
    12 March 2024 13: 39
    As far as I understand from various sources, they are now assembling fuselages for superjets and MC-21s, and once the engine and other replacement systems are ready, they will be installed on ready-made hulls. In principle, it is logical. Certification of a ready-made engine can drag on for a year, making the conveyor stand still...
  5. +5
    12 March 2024 13: 45
    What's the point of the planned production of Il-96 if these planes don't go on passenger lines, they turned the planes into huge flying government limousines...
  6. +2
    12 March 2024 13: 59
    Fuselages are good. Engines would go to them. sad The same applies to the MS-21 and the superjet.
  7. +2
    12 March 2024 14: 01
    In accordance with the comprehensive development program for the aviation industry, 2030 units of the Il-12-96 aircraft should be assembled at the Voronezh Aviation Plant by 300.


    The Il assembly line provides for the assembly line of 12 aircraft per year starting from 22, which is now only 12 units. in the 30th.....???
  8. +15
    12 March 2024 14: 02
    that aircraft manufacturers have left for the planned production volume of the above-mentioned wide-body passenger airliners 2 units per year.

    It's a shame to read this! 2 planes per year. Fuck the “effective managers” from the UAC and their superiors.
    1. +10
      12 March 2024 15: 04
      Well, it’s a shame for you, I’m ashamed, all of Russia is ashamed. And they generally put it on our shame with the device.. For them, this is another cottage outside the city, Range Rovers with drivers, Swiss watches and a cozy house with a yacht on the Sochi coast. Everything is simple here
  9. +11
    12 March 2024 14: 02
    2 units per year
    It's not even funny recourse
    1. 0
      13 March 2024 07: 11
      The Soyuz rocket has been in production for a year. But it's a rocket.
  10. +5
    12 March 2024 14: 02
    Quote: Botanologist
    As far as I understand from various sources, they are now assembling fuselages for superjets and MC-21s, and when the engine and other replacement systems are ready, they will be installed on ready-made hulls. In principle, it is logical. Certification of a ready-made engine can take a year, what about the conveyor?..


    but he’s not worth it: - he doesn’t exist anymore!
  11. +13
    12 March 2024 15: 01
    As I understand it, the whole job of ministers is to shift deadlines to the right until they pass the baton to the next “effective manager”...
  12. +6
    12 March 2024 15: 02
    2 pcs. per year, translated from official language, this is 1 piece. at three years old. Here, one of the top officials of the state already threatened to roll out 30 aircraft by 2026 not so long ago... I’m wondering, in the USSR at the same plant, what was the rate of aircraft production?
    1. +1
      15 March 2024 19: 26
      - in the USSR at the same plant, what was the rate of aircraft production?
      The Wiki says that it’s not a lot...
      Tu-144, from 1971 to 1982, 14;
      UAV "Flight", from 1973 to 1989, 950;
      IL-86, from 1977 to 1997, 103;
      Il-96-300, Il-96M, Il-96T, from 1986 to present, 33 units;
      An-148, from 2009 to ?? (there is no exact data on the number);
      wing and engine nacelles for Tu-160;
      components for OK "Buran";
      agricultural machinery: KSS-2,6 combine, S-12A seeder;
      boats (“Voronezh”, “Dolphin”, “Keys”, “Maxim”, “Argonaut”) and motor boats;
      - interior elements of passenger cars;
      crane and platform scales;
      vibration pumps “Udalets”, “Poliv”;
      washing machines “Ivushka” (2004);
  13. +8
    13 March 2024 02: 08
    The launch of Mc 21 is delayed not by two years, but by another two years... We've already been through this.
  14. +1
    14 March 2024 10: 06
    Another lie. They lied about the complete readiness of the PD-8, but it turned out that its parameters were never brought to the required level. They lied about the MS-21, about mastering the production of large parts from composite materials. It turned out that our composite was much heavier and the plane did not reach the required parameters. Those. he's not there either.
  15. 0
    16 March 2024 19: 07
    If 100 units of Il-96 are needed, at this rate it will take 100 years. What will they fly in 2030? On the lies of officials, oligarchs, hucksters. The comprador authorities rely on Boeings and Airbuses and the collapse of Russian aviation. Maybe China will sell it?
  16. 0
    26 March 2024 15: 29
    The other day I watched the “military acceptance” program about the MS-21, and it seemed like a small series was almost ready. Or is 5-6 unfinished sides all that was managed to be done in 7 years?
  17. 0
    29 March 2024 10: 00
    The composite wings on US planes are falling apart... It’s high time to pack this Chemezov down for 15 years... PUTINISM in one word... they can’t do anything and, most importantly, they don’t want to. Cut money and.. steal... hiding behind laws written for them...
  18. 0
    30 March 2024 10: 02
    2 units per year.

    In accordance with the comprehensive development program for the aviation industry, 2030 units of the Il-12-96 aircraft should be assembled at the Voronezh Aviation Plant by 300.

    This is not even funny
  19. 0
    30 March 2024 10: 32
    On the other hand, as follows from the article: 16 Superjets and 12 MS-21 are in varying degrees of readiness. The engines will be further tested and released in 2026. In any case, it cannot be said that nothing is being done! In the meantime, the IL-96 will be produced.