Taganrog Aviation Scientific-Technical Complex named after GM Beriev
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Taganrog Aviation Scientific-Technical Complex named after GM Beriev

Taganrog Aviation Scientific-Technical Complex named after GM Beriev

 

 

TANTK named after G. Beriev (Open Joint Stock Company "Taganrog Aviation Scientific and Technical Complex named after G. Beriev G. M") is an aircraft building enterprise located in Taganrog. In 1993, the plant revived the Be-32, an aircraft that was demonstrated at air shows in Moscow, Paris, Berlin and Dubai. The installation of modern Pratt & Whithey / Klimov engines on it made it possible to significantly improve its technical and flight characteristics. Cargo, passenger, landing, administrative and sanitary options were designed. The Be-103, a light amphibious aircraft, is also the latest development of the work collective of the Beriev G.M.

Taganrog Aviation Scientific-Technical Complex named after GM Beriev

 

It was shown in Gelendzhik at the International Exhibition in hydroaviation 1998 year and is currently being tested. Who Taganrog Aviation Scientific-Technical Complex named after GM Beriev preparing to appear on the conveyor belt Be-103 amphibious aircraft, being used to transport five or six passengers. Be and Be-114-112 (multipurpose amphibious aircraft) are under development.

Also developed promising ideas for future huge amphibious aircraft having takeoff weight of more than a thousand tons. And other promising topics staff of the plant is working. The management and owners of the main shareholders of the company are: 39,6 percent for NPK "Irkut», 38 percent at the open joint-stock company "Aviation Holding Company" Sukhoi ".

Taganrog Aviation Scientific-Technical Complex named after GM Beriev

 

The management of TANKT named after Beriev G.M. today is carried out by the graduate of this enterprise V. A Kobzev. Other famous personalities of the plant Viktor Yakovlevich Litvinov, organizer of the aviation industry and Soviet aircraft designer, twice Hero of Socialist Labor, laureate of the State Prize of the USSR (1946, 1950), honorary citizen of Taganrog, deputy of the Supreme Soviet of the RSFSR of the fifth and sixth convocations, four times holder of the Orders of Lenin , twice Chevalier of the Order of the Red Banner of Labor, delegate to the 19th, 20th and 22nd congresses of the CPSU. ... Pavel Stepanovich Kutakhov, (03.08.1914/03.12.1984/1, Malokirsanovka village, Rostov region - 1943/12/1984, Moscow) - Soviet military leader, twice Hero of the Soviet Union (awarded on May 1972, 1966, and August 14.05.1897, 06.12.1974), since XNUMX, Chief Marshal of Aviation, from XNUMX Honored Combat Pilot of the USSR. Robert Ludwigovich Bartini (real name Roberto Oros di Bartini), XNUMX/XNUMX/XNUMX, Fiume, Austria-Hungary - XNUMX/XNUMX/XNUMX, Moscow) - Soviet scientist, aircraft designer, brigade commander. In varying degrees and at different times, Bartini were associated with: Ilyushin, Korolev, Myasishchev, Yakovlev, Antonov and many others.

Taganrog Aviation Scientific-Technical Complex named after GM Beriev

 

Vladimir G. Red'kin,, 14.01.1934, Kotelnich USSR - 13.01.2007, Taganrog) - Honored Engineer of the Russian Federation. Starting with 1958 years directly involved in the flight test aircraft experimental design bureau, such as P-1, Baie-12, Baie-30 / 32 / 32k, Baie-10, An-30, A-50, A-40 An-2M, Baie-103, Be-200. Made activities Profit from sales amounted 275 million.

Taganrog Aviation Scientific-Technical Complex named after GM Beriev

 

The company's revenue in 2007 reached 1,616 billion rubles. (in comparison with 2006 - 2,011 billion rubles), the net profit amounted to 14,148 million rubles. (in comparison with 2006 indicators, one million rubles.). Revenue (excluding VAT) in 2008 reached 1,893 billion rubles. (to the foreign market) and 939 million rubles. (to the domestic market). OJSC "TAVIA" in April 2011 became a part of the open joint-stock company "TANTK named after GM Beriev".

Taganrog Aviation Scientific-Technical Complex named after GM Beriev

 

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