UAC to Show Advanced Airplanes at MAKS-2017

Rubric: Russia, Industry

The United Aircraft Corporation (UAC) will present the prototype models of the military, civil, and special-purpose aircraft at the International Airspace Show MAKS-2017, the company’s representative told Mil.Today.


"In the F1 pavilion we’re going to display the T-50 multirole fifth-generation fighter, the Be-200 amphibious airplane, the Yak-130 operational trainer, the Il-76MD-90A heavy transport airplane, the SSJ100 short-range airliner, the MS-21-300 short/mid range plane, and other types. The visitors will also see the advanced models of M-60 and MTS aircraft", added the manufacturer’s spokesman.

The UAC’s booth

In addition, the Su-35 training system and the MS-21-300 full-flight simulator will be presented at the show, too.

The UAC’s static exposition will be featured with fighter jets MiG-35, Su-30SM, Su-35S, the Su-34 frontline bomber, the missile-carrying strategic bombers Tu-160, Tu-95MS, Tu-22M3, the long-range early warning airplane A-50U and the EMERCOM version of SSJ100 airliner.

The show’s highlight will be the performance of the Russian Airspace Force aerobatic team Russian Knights on the newest Su-30S fighter jets. They will demonstrate the joint program with the Swifts group; the Russian Falcons will close the aerobatic show.
Aircrews of MiG-35, Su-35S, Su-34, T-50, SSJ100 and Be-200V airplanes will exhibit their proficiency in the sky of Zhukovsky, Moscow Region. In total, over 80 aircraft were reported in the flight program and static exposition of the airshow.
During the business days, the United Aircraft Corporation will hold a number of meetings and take part in the staff development conferences. Other activities for media reporters and bloggers are in the plan as well.

The UAC will present the joint exposition at the MAKS-2017 in July 18-23, 2017 in the F1 pavilion at the total area of 1,550 square meters.

The details on products demonstrated at the show by defense companies are published in the Mil.Today’s section MAKS-2017.