In 2024, they plan to produce more than 40 PD-8 engines for the SJ-100 and 15 engines for the MS-21-310

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They will also produce an unspecified number of engines for the Tu-214 and Il-114-300

The head of the Ministry of Industry and Trade Denis Manturov spoke not only about the promising PD-35 engine for future large Russian aircraft but also about power plants for passenger airliners created to replace Airbus and Boeing. From his words, it follows that in Russia next year they plan to produce about 60 engines for two aircraft – SJ-100 and MS-21.

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In 2024, they plan to produce more than 40 PD-8 engines for the SJ-100 and 15 engines for the MS-21-310

“ If we take into account only the state civil order, by 2030 UEC needs to increase engine supplies tenfold. Already next year it is necessary to produce over 40 PD-8 engines for the import-substituted SJ-100 and a dozen PD-14 engines for the medium-range MS-21-310 (with subsequent scaling up of serial production). The same applies to ensuring the production of engines for the Tu-214 and the regional Il-114-300. There is also a large amount of work on helicopter engines: by 2030, over 3.5 thousand different power plants should be delivered,” said Denis Manturov.

We have already talked about the state order for the Tu-214: the task is to produce three aircraft this year (one has already taken off), and next year there will be seven. Therefore, for the Tu-214 in 2024, at least 14 engines are needed.

As for the Il-114-300, the delivery of the first three aircraft is postponed from 2023 to 2026. The stumbling block here is the engine, and it is not yet clear at all what power plant this aircraft will ultimately take off with the original TV7-117ST or an alternative in the form of the PD-8 from Superjet.

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