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Komsomolsk-on-Amur

symbol of Komsomolsk-on-Amur Komsomolsk-on-Amur consists of two historical parts: the center, or "city", where the main enterprise - Shipyard, and the so-called Dzemgi - an area that has formed during the construction of an aircraft factory (future KnAAPO (Komsomolsk-on-Amur Aircraft Production Association)). In fact, each of the parts is a separate town, itself a single center in the city. Areas of the city are very different architectural appearance: Center Stalinist buildings dominated the 40-50s (exception - the residential area near the train station), Dzemgi is built up mainly typical panel apartment blocks. The "sleeping" area Dzemgi is not, as the majority of their residents work in enterprises located here. Climate Komsomolsk-on-Amur has a humid continental climate (Köppen (Köppen climate classification) ''Dfb''). Temperatures in the area of the city can range up to commons:Комсомольск-на-Амуре


Ulyanovsk

of United Aircraft Corporation); Scientific and Production Association "Mars" (manufactures industrial control systems for the Russian Navy, a subsidiary of state-owned conglomerate Agat); Ulyanovsk Cartridge Works (manufactures ammunition for firearms); Ulyanovsk Motor Plant (russian (Russian language).Ульяновский моторный завод, UMZ) and Ulyanovsk Mechanical Plant (russian (Russian language).Ульяновский механический завод, UMZ (Ulyanovsk Mechanical Plant), a subsidiary

2011-09-30 Tu-214 Tu-214 is also a variation of Tu-204. It is technically a Tu-204-200, one of the differences being that it is built by a different factory. Planes designated Tu-204 are produced in Ulyanovsk by Aviastar-SP; Tu-214 in Kazan by the Kazan Aircraft Production Association (KAPO). PSC «Tupolev» – MAKS 2005 ref Name

KAPO Kazan Aircraft Production Association (KAPO) n.a. Gorbunov – Russian Defense Industry Both factories are independent from the Tupolev design bureau and have some control over the design of the variant they produce. Ship armor Ship notes Ships in class include: '''TK-208 (Russian submarine TK-208 Dmitri Donskoi)''' TK-208 received the name


Novosibirsk Oblast

and optical machinery and equipment accounted for 7.2% of total industrial output; machinery and equipment (exclusive of weapons or ammunition) accounted for 3.7%, while electrical machinery and transport equipment accounted for 4.5%. One of the largest companies is the aircraft-maker Novosibirsk Aircraft Production Association, which assembles Su-34 fighters, among others. In 2007, the region produced $12,190,000 worth of high-voltage

machines, 854 units of direct current electric machines and 5,000 kilovolts-amperes equivalent of prefabricated transforming stations. Notable companies in this sector include OAO Novosibirsk Electric Locomotive Repair Plant, OAO Sibselmash Scientific Production Association, NPO ELSIB, OAO Novosibirsk Railroad Switch Plant, OAO Tyazhstankogidropress, OAO Novosibirsk Instrument Plant and OAO Novosibirsk Soyuz Electrovacuum Holding plant. All of the aforementioned companies


Ulyanovsk Oblast

Central Airport , major airport, primarily for domestic flights City of Ulyanovsk is a major, diversified, industrial hub for aircraft and auto industries. The UAZ automobile manufacturing plant, now a subsidiary of Sollers JSC; Aviastar-SP Aircraft Company, now a part of United Aircraft Corporation; Scientific and Production Association "Mars" (manufactures industrial control systems for the Russian Navy), now part of state-owned conglomerate Agat; Ulyanovsk


Voronezh

administrative districts : Kominternovsky (Kominternovsky City District) (3), Leninsky (Leninsky City District, Voronezh) (4), Levoberezhny (Levoberezhny City District, Voronezh) (6), Sovetsky (Sovetsky City District, Voronezh) (5), Tsentralny (Tsentralny City District, Voronezh) (2), and Zheleznodorozhny (Zheleznodorozhny City District, Voronezh) (1). Economy In the city are such companies as:Voronezh Aircraft Production Association, Sozvezdie (headquarter), Verofarm

. Transportation Air The city is served by the Voronezh International Airport, which is located north of the city and is home to Polet Airlines. Voronezh is also home to the Pridacha Airport, a part of a major aircraft manufacturing facility VASO (''Voronezhskoye Aktsionernoye Samoletostroitelnoye Obshchestvo'', Voronezh aircraft production association) where the Tupolev Tu-144 (known in the West as the "Concordski"), was built and the only operational unit is still stored. Voronezh also hosts the Voronezh Malshevo air force base in the southwest of the city, which, according to a Natural Resources Defense Council report, houses nuclear bombers. Rail Since 1868, there is a railway connection between Voronezh and Moscow. Train Station in Voronezh wikipedia:Voronezh commons:Воронеж


Chelyabinsk

image map of the Mayak nuclear facility. '''Mayak Production Association''' (Russian: Маяк производственное объединение, from Маяк "''lighthouse''") refers to an industrial complex that is one of the biggest nuclear facilities in the Russian Federation. It housed plutonium production reactors and a reprocessing plant (nuclear reprocessing). Located 150 km south-east of Ekaterinburg between the towns of Kasli and Tatysh 72 km northwest

of Chelyabinsk, the closest city to the nuclear complex is Ozyorsk (Ozyorsk, Chelyabinsk Oblast), the central administrative territorial district. As part of the Russian nuclear weapon program, Mayak was formerly known as '''Chelyabinsk-40''' and later as '''Chelyabinsk-65''' after the postal codes of the site.


Irkutsk

, flying a Lockheed Vega, makes the first around the world solo flight. His flight begins and ends at Floyd Bennett Field in New York, with stops at Berlin, Moscow, Irkutsk and Alaska - a total distance of WikiPedia:Irkutsk commons:Category:Irkutsk


Khabarovsk Krai

of a highly developed military-industrial complex of large-scale aircraft- and shipbuilding enterprises. http: www.globalsecurity.org military world russia knaapo.htm The Komsomolsk-on-Amur Aircraft Production Association is currently one of among the krai's most successful enterprises, and for years has been the largest taxpayer of the territory. Other major industries include timberworking


Khabarovsk

-on-Amur Aircraft Production Association is currently one of among the krai's most successful enterprises, and for years has been the largest taxpayer of the territory. Other major industries include timberworking and fishing, along with metallurgy in the main cities, although the krai's own mineral resources are poorly developed. Komsomolsk-on-Amur is the iron and steel center of the Far East; a pipeline (Pipeline transport) from

. In 1978, with an Ilyushin Il-62, the airline started non-stop operations on the longest domestic service in the world, Moscow to Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, a distance of some 6,800 km. In 1979 the airline was renamed to '''Domodedovo Civil Aviation Production Association''' (Domodedovo CAPA) ( ). Image:Ilyushin Il-18D RA-74267


Novosibirsk

record, and he was given a second ticker-tape parade in New York. Company history It comprises the JSC (joint stock company) Sukhoi Design Bureau located in Moscow, the Novosibirsk Aviation Production Association (NAPO), the Komsomolsk-on-Amur Aircraft Production Association (KnAAPO) and Irkutsk Aviation. Sukhoi is headquartered in Moscow. Finmeccanica owns 25% + 1 share of Sukhoi's civil division. "Finmeccanica Will Buy 25% of Sukhoi Civil Aircraft." Bloomberg.com (Bloomberg Television). February 21, 2006. The Russian government merged Sukhoi with Mikoyan, Ilyushin, Irkut (Irkut (aircraft manufacturer)), Tupolev, and Yakovlev as a new company named United Aircraft Corporation. "Russian Aircraft Industry Seeks Revival Through Merger." ''The New York Times.'' February 22, 2006. Mikoyan and Sukhoi were placed within the same operating unit. Su-35 "In Parallel" With PAK-FA Ligachev was born on 29 November 1920 in Dubinkino, not far from Novosibirsk. Between 1938 and 1943 he attended the Ordzhonikidze Institute for Aviation in Moscow and attained a technical engineering degree. Ligachev joined the Communist Party at the age of 24 in 1944, later studying at the Higher Party School (Soviet education) in 1951. Ligachev was First Secretary (General Secretary) of the Novosibirsk Komsomol, before becoming Deputy Chairman of the Novosibirsk Soviet (Soviet (council)), and then Secretary of the Novosibirsk Obkom between 1959 and 1961. *'''Leninskiy rayon''' (Ленинский район ~ Lenin city district), Minsk Belarus *'''Leninskiy rayon''' (Ленинский район ~ Lenin city district) in the following Russian cities: Astrakhan, Barnaul, Cheboksary, Chelyabinsk, Grozny, Irkutsk, Ivanovo, Izhevsk, Kaluga, Kemerovo, Kirov (Kirov, Russia), Komsomolsk-na-Amure, Krasnoyarsk, Magnitogorsk, Makhachkala, Murmansk, Nizhniy Novgorod, Nizhniy Tagil, Novosibirsk, Omsk, Orenburg, Orsk, Penza, Perm, Rostov-na-Donu, Samara (Samara, Russia), Saransk, Saratov, Smolensk, Stavropol, Tambov, Tomsk, Tyumen, Ufa, Ulyanovsk, Vladimir (Vladimir, Russia), Vladivostok, Voronezh, Yaroslavl and Yekaterinburg *'''Závody V. I. Lenina''' (V. I. Lenin Works) – now Škoda Plzeň (Škoda Works), Plzeň Czech Republic Early life and career (1904–1964) Kosygin was born into a Russian WikiPedia:Novosibirsk Commons:Category:Novosibirsk


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