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November 2005 edition

Russia opens its doors to aircraft

New procedures governing the import of aircraft to Russia are due to be announced over the next month, according to Russia’s Federal Industry Agency.

Aeroplanes that are not produced in Russia or are significantly superior to domestic analogues in terms of quality and technology will not carry import duties.

The measures form part of the country’s plans to develop its supply of business aircraft.

Companies who wish to share technical knowledge with Russia could also benefit. Aircraft manufacturers interested in the Russian market are being invited to share technology necessary to develop domestic aircraft production, the agency stated.....

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