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MC-21-310 flight-test aircraft with PD-14 engines to continue flight tests

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Dana Ermolenko
Country: Russian Federation Aircraft: Airplanes

June 7, 2021 MC-21-310 flight-test aircraft after being painted at “Spektr-Avia” arrived from Ulyanovsk in Zhukovsky. 



The aircraft was operated by the crew of 1st class test pilot Vasily Sevastyanov, 1st class test pilot Andrey Voropayev, flight test engineer Anton Kuznetsov. 

According to Vasily Sevastyanov, the aircraft equipped with new Russian PD-14 engines performed well in flights Irkutsk – Ulyanovsk and Ulyanovsk – Zhukovsky. 



MC-21-310 aircraft will continue the flight test program at the airfield of the Gromov Flight Research Institute. 

The MC-21-310 aircraft (tail number 73055) made its maiden flight in December 2020. It is planned to hold the public premiere of the MC-21-310 aircraft at the Moscow international aviation and space salon MAKS-2021.



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