27 May - 1 June, in Germany, the 9th International Aerospace Exhibition «ILA-2008» will be held.

The Exhibition has been held since 1992 at Berlin-Schцnefeld Airport, and it is a European premier airspace exhibition. Messe Berlin jointly with the Federal Association of the Aerospace Industry acts as organizer. Key thematic agenda includes:

Astronautics and its applied areas;

Military aircraft and military hardware;
Equipment, engines, materials;
Helicopters;
Business
and corporate aircraft;
Commercial air transport, its service and technical training

Russia has participated in ILA since its inception. This year, more than 50 Russian leading domestic airspace enterprises will showcase high technologies, products and designs of civil, duel use and military purpose products.

Russian MPP exposition will be arranged according to the Order of the Government of the Russian Federation. Its organizer is the Federal Industry Agency (Rosprom).


9 defense enterprises, MTC entities, will participate in the Exhibition, such as ОАО Mil-named Moscow Helicopter Plant, ОАО Rosvertol, ОАО Kamov, FSUE RSK MiG, ОАО Nizhniy Novgorod Aircraft Building Plant Sokol, ОАО Fazotron-NIIR Corporation, ОАО Irkut Corporation, FSUE PO UOMZ, and ОАО Ilyushin Aviation Complex.

Participants and visitors of the Russian exposition can familiarize with properties of the Russian weapons, its advantages, high combat efficiency, and reliability.

To coordinate and supervise participation of Russian defense enterprises, a Russian delegation was formed under the leadership of Deputy Industry and Energy Minister D.V. Manturov, composed of officials from state authorities of the Russian Federation, and enterprises of the military-industrial complex.

The FSMTC of Russia views «ILA – 2008» as important stage in development and strengthening of the military-technical cooperation, and associated business ties between Russia and its foreign partners.

Date of publication: 21.05.2008


 


 

 


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