On September 29, 2008 Alexey I. Fedorov, JSC “UAC” President and Chairman of the Executive Board held a press briefing on Indo-Russian Civil-Military Aerospace Cooperation in the Russian Information Centre (RIA Novosti International Press Center in New Delhi, India).
Mr. Fedorov spoke about UAC’s plans to supply to India not only military but also civil aircraft, including Sukhoi Superjet-100; about participation of the Corporation in International Exhibition and Conference on Civil Aviation, “India Aviation 2008” in Hyderabad on October 15; about UAC’s intention to open its representative office in India until the end of this year; about started training of Indian pilots, engineers and technicians by Russian experts. Mr. Fedorov also informed the press on the plans of joint development of fifth-generation military fighter aircraft.
The head of UAC noted that the Russian MiG fighters have a real chance to win the upcoming tender announced by the Indian Government in connection with modernization of the Air Forces of the country. He did not exclude the possibility of equipping the MiG fighters with Bramos missiles, as well as touched upon a number of prospects for cooperation between Russia and India in the field of aviation.
Russia’s United Aircraft Corporation (UAC) showcased the latest Russian aircraft production programs at the Dubai Airshow (UAE), which took place November 17-21, 2019. For the first time at this exhibition, the Yak-130 combat trainer was represented on both on the static display and in the flight program.
The United aircraft Corporation (UAC) will present the newest Russian aircraft programs in Dubai from 17 to 21 November. The Yak-130 combat training aircraft will take part in the flight program of the exhibition, and models of modern Russian aircraft MC-21, Superjet 100, Su-30SME, Yak-130, MiG-35, Su-35, Su-57E, Be-200, Be-103, Il-78MK-90A, Il-76MD-90A, Il-112 and Il-114-300 will be presented at the UAC stand No. 770.