MAKS-2021 to be Held Near Moscow in July
The United Aircraft Corporation will display new products and wide exposition at the International Aviation and Space Salon MAKS-2021, which will be held in Zhukovsky near Moscow between July 20 and 25.
The UAC home air show will premiere the presentation of the new aircraft, which will take place on July 20, the first day of MAKS-2021. The presentation will be broadcast on the YouTube channels of the Rostec State Corporation– www.youtube.com/channel/UCW_9GLplsHRhrimFHnqRdGw and UAC– www.youtube.com/user/UACRussia, as well as on the project website– https://checkmate.uacrussia.ru/.
For the first time, the MC-21-310 medium-range aircraft with Russian made PD-14 engines and the Il-114-300 regional turboprop aircraft will be demonstrated to the public. Both aircrafts will be represented in the flight program and in the static parking lot of the air show.
The ‘Superjet 100’ airliner will be demonstrated in the exposition and in the flight program. Guests will also see the business version of this aircraft. It is planned to hold a conference dedicated to the results and prospects of the Superjet program development during the air show. Several agreements, including on the supply of new civilian aircraft, will come to be signed during the event.
According to a press note from UAC, “At MAKS-2021, the UAC and its companies have an intense business program, including meetings with customers and business partners, as well as a discussion about strategic aspects for the development of aviation technologies and promising markets for aircraft, and international conference upon a work of aviation for suppressing wildfires.”
The static part of the exposition will feature military, transport, strategic and special aircraft, including the multifunctional Su-57 fighter in export version. The UAC pavilion will display models of all corporation aircraft line-ups, procedural simulators and front-line aircraft virtual reality stands.
The air show guests will witness the traditional flypast, in which, in addition to civilian novelties, the participation of the Su-57, Su-35S, Su-34, Su-30, MiG-35, MiG-29, Yak-130, Yak-152 aircraft is planned.
All events during MAKS-2021 air show will be held in accordance with the requirements to avoid the spread of COVID-19, the press note stated.