Ильюшин, Яковлев МС-21
Страна: Россия
Год: 2017

Единственный экземпляр
The Russian prime minister Dmitry Medvedev presents the initial MC-21-300, the first large airliner in Russia for a quarter of a century, with which the Russians want to compete with the popular Airbus A320 and Boeing 737.
8 июня 2016г. в Иркутске состоялась торжественная выкатка нового российского ближне-среднемагистрального самолета МС-21-300. Семейство самолетов МС-21, разработанное ПАО «Корпорация «Иркут» (в составе ОАК), включает две модели: МС-21-300, рассчитанную на перевозку от 163 до 211 пассажиров, построенную первой, и МС-21-200 - от 132 до 165 пасса­жиров соответственно. Начало летных испытаний новинки запланировано на декабрь текущего года, а завершение сертифи­кации и первые поставки самолета - на конец 2018 г. МС-21 будут оснащаться двумя типами силовой установки: американскими двигателями Pratt & Whitney PW-1400 и российскими ПД-14, сертификация последних ожидается к 2018 г.
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev speaks at the MC-21's presentation in Irkutsk, underlining the programme’s significance for Russian industry.
The MC-21's fully composite wings are made using vacuum infusion technology, never used in the aircraft industry before.
The most important innovation in the MC-21 is its long composite wing. This is the also greatest technical risk of the entire programme, as nobody before has produced such large load-bearing elements using vacuum infusion
The MC-21 main undercarriage leg has two wheels as standard; however, it is possible to order four-wheel boogies to enable operation from poor-quality runways.
Three Pratt & Whitney PurePower PW1400G turbofan engines have been delivered to Irkutsk; two fitted to the first aircraft and a spare.
The first MS-21 fuselage on the IAZ assembly line in Irkutsk. The narrowbody airliner is set to be rolled out in the first half of 2016, with its maiden flight before the end of the year.
The Irkutsk plant finishes fuselage assembly of the second MC-21-300SI (Staticheskiye Ispytaniya), intended for static tests which will begin this autumn with the TsAGI in Zhukovsky.
The production and assembly line of the IAZ plant at Irkutsk (its layout seen in the illustration) has been developed and delivered by German Durr Systems GmBH.
The whole production tooling for the MC-21 was purchased in the West. The side panels of the F1 (front) fuselage section here are being made by Broetje-Automation machines.
The optional Russian engine for the MC-21 is the Aviadvigatel PD-14 (the ninth prototype engine is on the picture). The first MC-21 with PD-14 engines is scheduled to fly in June 2018.
The PD-14 is a conventional, non-geared twin-spool bypass turbofan.
The MC-21 avionics (the cockpit mock-up is pictured here) has been integrated by the UAC Integration Centre with participation of other Russian companies; foreign participants deliver only separate components.
A mock-up of the future passenger cabin of the MC-21. In typical configuration, the MC-21-300 will take 163 (16 business and 147 economy class), and a maximum 211 passengers.
Модель авиалайнера MC-21-200
Модель самолета MC-21 - центр экспозиции ОДК
MC-21
Макет салона самолета MC-21
Прототип кессона крыла MC-21 из композиционных материалов