Rosoboronexport Presents New Russia’s Aviation, AD & EW Products at Aero India

By Editor 04-Feb-2021

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JSC Rosoboronexport (part of Rostec State Corporation) is organizing a joint display of Russian industrial enterprises at the Aero India 2021.

“Russia and India have been maintaining and building up mutually beneficial strategic partnership. Military and technical cooperation between our countries is expanding every year. It is very important for us to have such a strong and reliable partner on the global stage as India. Rosoboronexport is ready to cooperate with India in all areas. Currently, we are carrying out joint research works in more than 100 promising areas, including aviation, thus laying the groundwork for the future development of high-tech industries in both countries. We are implementing joint projects for all armed services with such a degree of cooperation between enterprises of the two countries, that is unique for the world market,” said Rosoboronexport’s Director General Alexander Mikheev.

Russia’s joint display, located in pavilion A, exhibits Rosoboronexport, JSC Shvabe and JSC Almaz-Antey Corporation products. Delegations of the leading Russian aircraft, helicopters and engines manufacturing holdings – JSC United Aircraft Corporation, JSC Russian Helicopters and JSC United Engine Corporation – are available at the exhibition. 

The company exhibits over 200 military products, including the models of promising 5th generation multi-role fighter Su-57E, multi-role supermaneuverable fighter Su-35, two-seat multi-role frontline fighter MiG-35D, military transport Il-76MD-90A(E), aerial refueling tanker Il-78MK-90A, light multi-purpose helicopter Ka-226T and anti-aircraft missile and gun system Pantsir-S1. Besides, Rosoboronexport will demonstrate vehicles Typhoon K-63968, Typhoon K-53949 and protected field ambulance Linza.

Increased attention is expected towards Radar P-18-2 Prima, which is a newly-designed product of Russian defence industry, exhibited abroad for the first time ever. The radar is capable of effectively detecting present-day and future low-signature aerial targets, including the ones, produced with the use of Stealth technologies.

Traditionally, Russian air defence and electronic warfare systems are in high demand in the region. They include anti-aircraft missile systems Viking, Buk-M2E, Tor-M2E in various configurations, man-portable air defence system Igla-S, as well as assets to counter unmanned aerial vehicles, including the Repellent electronic warfare complex against small-size UAVs.