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AVIASVIT-XXI International Aerospace Show to be held in the airfield Kiev – Antonov from 27 September to 1 October 2012 (Kiev, Ukraine)

The exhibition features aircraft of all types and designations, their building, operation and modernisation, equipment of warplanes, onboard equipment, land equipment, space and satellite devices.

According to the exhibition organizers, this year, they expect participation of 143 companies from 29 foreign states, including Belarus, Kazakhstan, India, China, Malaysia, the United States of America, France, Germany, Brazil, and Chile. The Russian Federation will be represented by 4 organisations: OAK OAO, Rosvertol OAO, Vertolety Rossii OAO, and Kurskoye Pribor OAO.

The flight program includes demo flights of the Russian aerobatics team Rus and the Lithuanian Baltiyskiye Pchely on L-39 fighters, and flights of fighters of the Ukrainian Air Forces.

Versions of military aircraft owned by the Ukrainian Air Forces will be shown on the static display.

The business agenda includes the 5th World Congress ‘Aircraft in 21st century’ – ‘Security in aircraft and space technologies’ to be held in the National Aviation University from с 25 to 27 September. The Congress will discuss R&D successes, long-term R&D areas, international cooperation framework in the aviation transport and its infrastructure, analysis of global tendencies, and practical, experimental and theoretical achievements in security of aircraft and space technologies.

28 September, Vertolety Rossii OAO will conduct a conference: «New approaches to service of Russian helicopters. Helicopters Mi-171A2, Ka-226T, Ansant, Ka-62 are new products of the Holding for the public and business sector aircraft».

The Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation expresses hope that AVIASVIT-XXI International Aerospace Show will enable to strengthen business relations between Russia and foreign partners in the military-technical cooperation.

Date of publication: 16.01.2013


 


 

 


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