MAKS 2017

07/18/2017 to 07/23/2017

Russian Federation

Moscow Region, 140180, Russia
Flight Research Institute Zhukovsky
Tel.: +7(495) 787-66-51, 363-56-41, 556-59-05
Fax: +7(495) 787-66-52

Organizer Contact Information:

Russian Federation

Moscow, 119048, Russia
Malaya Pirogovskaya street 13, office 408
Tel.: +7 (495) 989-26-65
Fax: +7 (495) 989-26-67

International Aviation and Space Salon MAKS holds one of the leading positions among the world's largest aviation forums and it is well-deserved.



The main objective of MAKS is to demonstrate achievements of Russian high tech and receptiveness of the domestic Russian market to joint projects with foreign partners.



During MAKS, top Russian officials are available for business communication. MAKS offers a unique opportunity to those involved in the aviation and space industry business to get to know the opinion of decision-makers generating decisions on key issues related to the development, production and sale of aviation equipment and weapons.



MAKS provides a comprehensive insight into the priorities and achievements of the Russian aerospace industry. Some prototypes of aircrafts and combat systems as well as experimental units that for one reason or another cannot be shown abroad, are demonstrate exclusively at MAKS.



MAKS provides a unique opportunity to experts in the field and businessmen for establishing multi-level connections, further developing industrial cooperation and finding new business partners. The key role of the Aviation Salon as a generator of new alliances and productive ideas is recognized worldwide.



MAKS is held in Zhukovsky – the town synonymous to the aviation science and technology – at the airfield of the country's central test base – Gromov Flight Research Institute. Guests of the Salon can familiarize themselves with the biggest Russian scientific, production and experimental hubs located in the close proximity.



Scientific conferences and round tables held under the auspices of the State Scientific Center of Russia – TsAGI (the Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute) constitute a significant part of the MAKS program. This is where scientists and experts can exchange opinions about most heated topics of the current and future development of the aviation and space industries.





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