The International Aviation and Space Salon MAKS-2015 is opening on Tuesday in Zhukovsky near Moscow and will last until August 30.
Russian President Vladimir Putin will visit the air show on the opening day, said the Kremlin press service. The Head of State will examine the aviation exhibition, where he will get acquainted with production, tested and experimental developments of Russian and foreign aerospace industry.
According to the organizers, 119 aircraft are scheduled to participate in the MAKS-2015 on a static display, 18 of them will be presented by the Air Force. “Rosoboronexport” is for the first time using the format of an interactive installation for the presentation of promising export samples – the multipurpose Su-35 fighter and the Ka-52 attack helicopter.