Airshow MAKS-2011

 

Airshow MAKS-2011

August 8, 2011
Category: Site News

 

This year the tenth airshow MAKS-2011 will take place from 16 to 21 August in town Zhukovsky.

The main objective Aviation and Space Salon - demonstration of achievements of the Russian aerospace industry to potential foreign partners. As of August 2, 609 Russian companies registered for airshow. The program consists of aircraft exhibition, conferences and flight programs.

Among the exhibits you will see the modern Russian military aircraft Su-35, MiG-35 and Su-30 MK2, Tu-160, A-50, Tu-95, Su-27 SM, the MiG-29SMT, Su-24M, Su-25SM, Su-34, MiG-31B, Yak-130, Ka-52, Mi-26 Mi-8 MTV-5, Mi-28.

Civil aviation exhibition will include the largest passenger aircraft Airbus A-380 . Ukrainian aircraft companies will present modern civil aircraft An-158.

During flight program following aerobatic teams will present their amazing shows in the sky: "Russian Knights", "Strizhi", "Falcons of Russia" and "Rus”, “Baltic Bees”, and others.

 Exhibition Demonstration flights: Patrul de France Public days

More information on the official website of MAKS-2011:

About MAKS-2011

Airshow Flight Program

Exhibition Scheme

 

 
 

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