May 10, 2018
Zhukovsky May 7 – Aviasalon JSC, official organizer of International Aviation and Space Salon MAKS, actively engages in a dialogue with its potential partners from Turkey. A delegation from Aviasalon, headed by its CEO Alexander Levin, took part in the 1st International Eurasia Airshow exhibition, which was held on April 25-29 in Antalya.
During the exhibition, Alexander Levin held negotiations with his Turkish counterpart Ferhat Yenibertiz, CEO of Eurasia Airshow. Participants of the meeting acknowledged that the parties had a great potential for cooperation in terms of mutual promotion. Following their agreements, the organizers of leading national exhibitions will sign a cooperation agreement in May, 2018.
Also the delegation from Aviasalon had a meeting with Aerobatic Team “Turkish Stars” Command of Turkish Air Forces. During the meeting, representatives of the aerobatic team expressed their interest in participating in the flight program of MAKS 2019.
The Fourteenth International Aviation and Space Salon will be held in Zhukovsky on July 23-28, 2019. MAKS 2019 is included in the list of international military-purpose exhibitions to be held in the territory of the Russian Federation in 2019 (Resolution No. 2403-r of the Government of the Russian Federation dated October 30, 2017). The event is sponsored by the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation, and State Corporation for Assistance to Development, Production and Export of Advanced Technology Industrial Product “Rostec”. Aviasalon JSC is the official Organizer of the exhibition.
The International Eurasia Airshow exhibition was held for the first time on April 25-29, 2018 in Antalya (Turkey). More than 300 companies from Turkey, Russia, Great Britain, Belgium, Italy, USA, France and other countries took part in the event. The 2nd Eurasia Airshow is planned for 2020.
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