The order backlog of Ilyushin Aviation Complex stands at 515 billion rubles, CEO of the enterprise, Viktor Livanov, told vice prime minister, Dmitry Rogozin, ITAR-TASS reports.
"If we count all the orders including the serial deliveries for the period until 2020, the backlog will stand at 515 billion rubles. It is a “potential” backlog of Ilyushin Aviation Complex", - the CEO said.
In the network of serial production the enterprise must manufacture 12 Il-112Vs, 39 Il-76MD-90A aircraft, three Il-78M tankers and 16 MTA aircraft developed by Russia in cooperation with India.
"The contract for delivery of Il-112V aircraft has not been signed yet, but we have contract for delivery of 39 Il-76 jets. As for Il-78, the research and development work is in progress; the contract has not been signed yet. We also don’t have any contracts for delivery of MTA aircraft", - Livanov said.
In addition, the enterprise must upgrade four Il-96 jets in 2014 (aerial command post and integrated communication center versions). 882,91 million rubles will be allocated for the project.
"It is no secret that the leaders of our country keep on using Il-96 aircraft and Administrative Department of the President of Russia keeps on purchasing and upgrading these jets", - CEO of the enterprise added.