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Rostec participates in Aero India 2021

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Dana Ermolenko

Rostec will demonstrate over 200 of its latest civil and military products at Aero India 2021, international exhibition held from February 3 to 5 in Bangalore, India. These include engines for military and civil aircraft and carrier rockets, advanced weapon systems, helicopters and many more. The Russian exposition in India will be organized by Rosoboronexport and it will include delegations from UAC, Russian Helicopters, UEC, and Shvabe holdings. Exhibition stands will include products from various enterprises of the State Corporation, totaling over 200 samples of various military equipment. These include a model of the unique Su-57E jet fighter. Also models of Su-35, MiG-35D, Il-76MD-90A (E) military transport and Il-78MK-90A tanker aircraft will be present.

“Everyone is tired of the pandemic and isolation. Of course, over the past year we have adapted to the restrictions. Many talks and presentations were moved online. But nothing can replace live meetings and live communication. This is why Aero India is a breath of fresh air. I am really looking forward to this exhibition. India is our longtime partner with whom we already share multiple joint projects. In addition to supply of military and civilian products these also include creation of joint ventures within the framework of the Make in India program. I am confident that the exhibition will be useful for both parties", said the Director for International Cooperation and Regional Policy of Rostec State Corporation, Viktor Kladov.

In particular, the Russian Helicopters holding will demonstrate a model of the Ka-226T light multipurpose helicopter, which is an ideal vehicle for Indian climate and geography. The Mi-28NE, Mi-171Sh and Mi-17V5 helicopters, the Ka-52 combat reconnaissance and attack helicopter, and the Ka-31 airborne early warning and control helicopter will also be on display.

For the first time abroad, Rosoboronexport will demonstrate the K-16 armored personnel carrier and the K-17 infantry fighting vehicle on the next generation wheeled platform Boomerang. This unique platform can act as a basis for creating a wide range of modular applications for weapons and equipment.

The traditionally popular Pantsir-S1anti-aircraft missile and gun system will also be present at the ground vehicle exhibition. Other vehicles include the Typhoon K-63968, Typhoon K-53949 AFVs, and the armored ambulance "Linza".

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India, Bengaluru, Air Force Station, Yelahanka, Bengaluru.


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