Russian Russia Civil and Defence aviation air industry at Paris Air Show 2011

 

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Paris Air Show le Bourget 2011
International Aviation & Aerospace Exhibition
Paris - France

20 - 26 June 2011
 
Russian Aviation Industry at Paris Air Show / Le Bourget 2011
 

Saturday, June 25, 2011, 04:56 PM

 
Russian Civil and Defence aviation industry at Paris Air Show 2011.
 
 
At the Le Bourget Paris Air Show 2011 exhibition site there are 28 national pavilions erected, and the Russian exposition is among ten biggest ones. Rosoboronexport, the sole Russian trade company for export and import of the whole range of military and dual-purpose end products, technologies and services, has been a regular participant in Paris air shows for many years. Its share in Russia's military exports currently amounts to 80 percent. Rosoboronexport is a leading exporter to the world arms market. It has built partner relations with more than 70 countries all over the world.
     

At the Le Bourget Paris Air Show 2011 exhibition site there are 28 national pavilions erected, and the Russian exposition is among ten biggest ones. Rosoboronexport, the sole Russian trade company for export and import of the whole range of military and dual-purpose end products, technologies and services, has been a regular participant in Paris air shows for many years. Its share in Russia's military exports currently amounts to 80 percent. Rosoboronexport is a leading exporter to the world arms market. It has built partner relations with more than 70 countries all over the world.
Russian aircraft corporation stand at Paris Air Show 2011

     

This year Rosoboronexport will present the best items of Russian weapons and military equipment to thousands of exhibitors, specialists and guests visiting Paris Air Show through multimedia presentations, mock-ups, promotional events, videos, leaflets and posters.

Rosoboronexport firmly holds leading positions in the world combat aircraft market thanks to cutting edge products of the Russian aviation industry. Russia is the world's second exporter of combat aircraft judging by numbers of new and upgraded multi-role fighters delivered for export. Last year the largest amount of foreign military sales made by Rosoboronexport fell as usual to air systems. Their share exceeded 43 percent of the total sales.

At Paris Air Show 2011, the booth of the Russian Aircraft Corporation presents a full range of jets and aircraft model scale from the military and civil sector, such as the newest Sukhoi Superjet 100 airliner, the Be-200 amphibian aircraft, MS-21 airliner, SU-35, SU-32, Mig-29 fighter and Yak-130 combat trainer aircraft.

     
It is not without reason that today’s leading international experts consider the Su-35 aircraft to be Russia's main military air system for export in the next decade. It is a multi-role super-manoeuvrable fighter of the fourth-double-plus generation. The aircraft is designed to gain air superiority and engage ground and surface targets under any weather conditions both day and night. Its design and production make use of the 5th generation air technologies providing a leading edge over foreign fighters of the same class. Russia has already begun series production of these unique aircraft, and will soon enter them into service with air force units.
Sukhoi Su-35 Russian fighter model scale at Paris Air Show 2011
     
It is not without reason that today’s leading international experts consider the Su-35 aircraft to be Russia's main military air system for export in the next decade. It is a multi-role super-manoeuvrable fighter of the fourth-double-plus generation. The aircraft is designed to gain air superiority and engage ground and surface targets under any weather conditions both day and night. Its design and production make use of the 5th generation air technologies providing a leading edge over foreign fighters of the same class. Russia has already begun series production of these unique aircraft, and will soon enter them into service with air force units.

One of the most important competitive advantages of the Su-35 fighter is its cost. Compared with competing bids, cost parameters for this aircraft are more attractive to customers because of better cost effectiveness.

     
The Russian Air Force continues successful adoption of the Yak-130 new combat trainer aircraft. This aircraft is a highly efficient low-cost training facility designed for preparing modern fourth-plus/fifth generation fighter pilots.
Yak-130 scale model Russian combat trainer aircraft at Paris Air Show 2011
     
The Russian Air Force continues successful adoption of the Yak-130 new combat trainer aircraft. This aircraft is a highly efficient low-cost training facility designed for preparing modern fourth-plus/fifth generation fighter pilots.

The Yak-130 cockpit equipped with large (6x8 inch) multifunctional colour displays is fully compliant with the "glass cabin" concept, while its controls conform to the HOTAS specification.

The Yak-130 aircraft has an important capability of simulating real combat situations. Its multifunctional display presents simulated real-time radar target markers, equipment failure warnings, and so on.

The Yak-130 airframe has service life of 10,000 flight hours, and its calendar lifetime is 30 years. The aircraft is operated according to the on-condition criteria, which allows a significant reduction in operational costs. For example, the Yak-130 operational cost is six to seven times lower than that of the MiG-29UB aircraft. The Yak-130 trainer can be employed also as an effective light combat aircraft.

     
The Be-200 amphibian aircraft has earned an excellent reputation of the most efficient and capable airborne fire-fighter with devastating forest fires. It demonstrated its advanced capabilities for the first time abroad as early as in 2001. Since then it has been frequently used to fight fires in many countries, such as Italy, Greece, Indonesia, Portugal, Malaysia (Kalimantan), and others.
Be-200 Russian amphibian aircraft at Paris Air Show 2011
     
The Be-200 amphibian aircraft has earned an excellent reputation of the most efficient and capable airborne fire-fighter with devastating forest fires. It demonstrated its advanced capabilities for the first time abroad as early as in 2001. Since then it has been frequently used to fight fires in many countries, such as Italy, Greece, Indonesia, Portugal, Malaysia (Kalimantan), and others.

Three Italian pilots who flew together with Russian crews can testify to the reliability, manoeuvrability and robustness of the Be-200 aircraft. This amphibian can take in its water load (12 tonnes) not only when stationed at the airfield, but also when gliding over a water basin at a speed of 200 km/h and scooping water within a few seconds. It drops water in volleys precisely onto seats of fire.
     
The Be-200 amphibian aircraft has earned an excellent reputation of the most efficient and capable airborne fire-fighter with devastating forest fires. It demonstrated its advanced capabilities for the first time abroad as early as in 2001. Since then it has been frequently used to fight fires in many countries, such as Italy, Greece, Indonesia, Portugal, Malaysia (Kalimantan), and others.
Be-200 Russian amphibian aircraft in flying demonstration at Paris Air Show 2011
 

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