This is huge, folks. February 9, 2022 UAC (United Aircraft Corporation), its Irkut branch, received the Certificate of Type for MS-21-300 (in Russian), and that means full steam ahead. Now only certificates of flight worthiness for each serial produced aircraft, which is done everywhere for each newly manufactured plane. Boeing and Airbus are losing Russian market. It will take a decade to lose it completely in the most gravy segment of narrow-body middle-range aircraft but the process is well underway.
But if that wasn't enough, some less prominent but hugely important news from Argentina. Russia's manufacturing monster TransMashHolding (TMH) just did this:
Argentina has awarded a $864m contract to Russia-based Transmashholding (TMH) for the delivery of 70 passenger electric trains and associated upkeep activities. The project will receive financial backing from Russia. These new wide-gauge eight-car electric multiple units will include a total of 560 cars and travel on the 25kV Buenos Aires suburban network. The delivery will take place over a period of four years, starting 27 months after the contract becomes effective. TMH intends to localise 25% of the project, such as the manufacturing of gears, final assembly works, trialling, and commissioning of the trains in Argentina.
TMH beat, among other contenders, such manufacturers as Alstom, which will sell its rolling stock offered to Argentina to... drum roll...to Ukraine.
Ivolgas are beautiful fully Russian trains and they operate on Moscow's Central Diameters and are loved by passengers. Here is the review of yet another mod of Ivolga (in Russian).