March 7, 2017
Aviasalon JSC, the official organizer of the international aviation and space show, continues strengthening its interaction with representatives of leading Italian aerospace companies. Another presentation of MAKS-2017 for business community was held on March 1, 2017 at the Consulate General of the Russian Federation in Milan, with the participation of Aleksandr Nourizadeh, Consul General. The meeting was attended by about 50 experts.
Dmitriy Pavlenok, the representative of Rostec State Corporation in Rome, told about the role of cooperation between Russia and Italy in the field of aviation and space and prospects for its expansion, highlighting the ongoing joint projects. Emanuele Rimini, head of Airet International, Aviasalon’s partner in Italy, told about the history of the development of Russian-Italian relations in the field of aviation and emphasized prospects for Italian companies on the Russian market.
The representatives of Aviasalon JSC specified the opportunities MAKS offers to its participants, as well as presented new services, gave details about organization of business briefings for the participants of the Show and shared some information on priority projects in the aviation industry in Russia.
After the event, Italian companies reserved more than 150 sq m of exhibition space.
Italian manufacturers have long been participants of MAKS. Moreover, FrecceTricolori, the aerobatic team of the Italian Air Force, repeatedly performed demonstration flights on the Show.
13th International Aviation and Space Show MAKS-2017 will be held in accordance with the Decree of the Government of the Russian Federation dated June 19, 2015. The venue is the airfield of Gromov Flight Research Institute, Zhukovsky, Moscow region. According to the agreement with the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation dated December 15, 2015, Aviasalon JSC is defined as the sole official host of the event.
Last time, MAKS-2015 was attended by 878 enterprises and organizations, including 151 companies from 30 countries.