Aug 26, 2007

MAKS brought three billions

The Air Show in Paris, of course, remains the big marketing opportunity for the aviation world.
Moscow's MAKS Air Show despite it being in the hottest and most popular holiday month in Europe attracts the manufacturers from all over the world to keep the opportunities of Russia's restructuring aviation and aerospace sectors.

The Russian government was putting some flesh on its plans to consolidate the country's Soviet-era commercial aeropace industry under a new holding company and attract more European and North American investment. Russia's first home-grown airliner with serious export potential - the Sukhoi Superjet 100 - should be finally presented to Mr.President by the end of this September.

In the meantime during this Moscow’s Air Show the attendees have concluded the contracts in amount of more then 3 USD billions.

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