Antonov To Resume Production Of Three Types Of Aircraft
The company plans to find replacement for Russian components.
Interior Ministry Plans To Order Aircraft Worth USD 450 Million From Ukrainian Manufacturers
The ministry wants to buy 13 Ukrainian airplanes for the National Guard and the State Emergency Service.
Ukroboronprom: Antonov To Resume Production Of Ruslan Aircraft
Production will resume without the use of Russian components.
NATO To Lease Ukrainian AN-124-100 Aircraft For Three More Years
Ukrainian heavy cargo aircraft will continue transporting strategic cargoes for NATO and the EU.
Antonov Signs Memorandum On Supply Of Two Aircraft To Airline That No Longer Exists
The FANair airline is no longer in the state register of aircraft.
Antonov’s Net Profit Increases Almost 30-Fold In January-September 2018
The company’s net revenue increased by 45% in the first nine months of 2018.
Assembly Of An-148 Aircraft In Russia To Be Discontinued
Active implementation of the An-148 aircraft-manufacturing program at the Voronezh aircraft manufacturing company will now be frozen.
Antonov And Boeing Division Reach Cooperation Agreement On Production Of Aircraft
Two companies on after-sales support and manufacturing of upgraded An-1X8 NEXT aircraft.
Ukraine And Turkey To Begin Practical Implementation Of An-188 Aircraft Project
The transport aircraft will fully comply with NATO standards
Antonov To Present An-77 Aircraft In Turkey
The An-77 aircraft is a rebrand of the An-70 aircraft
Ukrainian An-132 Aircraft To Be Assembled In Saudi Arabia From 2021
Construction of the plant in Saudi Arabia is scheduled to begin in 2019.
US Company To Invest USD 150 Million In Production Of An-74 Aircraft In Kharkiv
The relevant agreement was reached at the 2017 Dubai Air Show
Antonov May Create Its Own Low-Cost Airline
Antonov has several An-148 and An-158 passenger airplanes
Antonov Confirms Intention To Maintain Airworthiness Of Volga-Dnepr Airlines’ An-124 Aircraft
Antonov has international obligations as the holder of the type certificate for this aircraft.
Antonov To Enter International Market Of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
Poland could help the Ukrainian company to develop such aircraft.
Former Head Kharkiv Aircraft Plant Appointed Acting President Of Antonov
Oleksandr Krivokon also held managerial positions at other state-owned enterprises
Antonov Planning To Produce 70 Aircraft In Next 5 Years
Antonov also wants to return to the market of regional passenger aircraft.
An-26 Aircraft On Sale For USD 550,000 In Kyiv
The An-26-100 aircraft was built in 1978.
Antonov Agrees To Develop Gostomel Airport Into Base For Low-Cost Airlines
The airfield is certified by ICAO as a category-1 airfield.