A Mig 29 fighter jet flies during the International Aviation and Space salon (MAKS) aviation show in Moscow, Russia
Jul 18, 2011 presstv.ir
A senior Iranian aviation official says the Islamic Republic of Iran plans to take part in International Aviation and Space salon (MAKS) air show in Moscow, Russia.
Managing director of Iran's Aviation and Aerospace Industries Company Amin Salari told IRNA on Monday that Iranian aerospace companies will participate in the MAKS 2011 aviation show, scheduled to be held between August 16 and 21.
The show, which will be held in Ramenskoye airfield of Zhukovsky town 40 kilometers (25 miles) southeast of Moscow, will be opened by Russian President Dmitri Medvedev.
Salari added that the MAKS 2011 air show will provide Iranian participants with the opportunity to show their capabilities and advances in aeronautics.
The participants in MAKS 2011 air show can experience the world's aviation and space technology, past and future, and see the most up-to-date defense products of Russia and other countries, including aircraft, rockets, and the latest scientific research.