What will happen next with the rollout of new Russian planes? Vladimir Zhirinovsky, one of Aeroflot’s founders, may have his name on something soon. He has a lot of fans in Russia, so if the program goes well, he will get the honor of naming a plane after him.
The politician responded to the relevant proposal, noting that Russia could consider domestic production of the MC-21 and SSJ-100 aircraft with the start of deliveries.
Although Aeroflot’s president, Dmitry A.K Nilov, claimed that he was unaware of the proposal to perpetuate the memory of Vladimir Zhirinovsky and name aircraft after him, the Russian government confirmed that they have no intention to do so. We will wait,” he wrote.
After polling all of the party’s members, 12.4% of the Liberal Democratic Party approved a request to canonize Vladimir Zhirinovsky.
Zhirinovsky Street might be appearing in Ufa.