UAH 102.5 Million Slated for Ukraine Aircraft-Building Industry

2009/9/30 2:13:49
KYIV, Sept. 29 (Ukrainian News/UBO) -- The Cabinet of Ministers assigned UAH 102.5 million from the national budget's stabilization fund for investment projects in the aircraft-building industry, an o
ficial government report revealed. In particular, the government directed UAH 15 million to the Kyiv-based public enterprise Antonov Aeronautical Scientist/Technical Complex to put into operation An-148-100 aircraft. Also the government would give UAH 55 million to the Antonov ASTC to build a pilot model of An-148-200 aircraft and UAH 5 million to build an An-148 aircraft trainer (KTS-148). In addition, the government allocated UAH 25 million to the public enterprise Zaporizhia machine-building design bureau Ivchenko-Progress to engineer and start serial production of AI-28 engines. Further, the government provided UAH 2.5 million to the Kharkiv aggregate design bureau for developing research models and for improving performance of An-148 engine units. Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko has ordered the ministry of industrial policy to work out by the end of 2009 a program for development of the aircraft-building industry in 2010-12. The prime minister favors the idea of Ukrainian enterprises widening their range of parts made for the aircraft-building industry.
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