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International Helicopter Exhibition in Moscow (May 15-17, 2008)
April 28, 2008 13:35

An exhibition of new helicopters by almost all world manufacturers will take place in Russia soon. On May 15-17, 2008, Russian and foreign companies will present their bestsellers and novelties of all aspects of the helicopter industry: from designing and manufacturing to exploitation. For the first time ever in the Russian capital there will be demonstrated not only Russia-made legendary Mi and Ka, but also helicopters by foreign companies, such as Eurocopter, Agusta Westland, MD, Robinson and other.

HeliRussia 2008 is the first exhibition in Russian history dedicated to helicopters only. The initiator of hosting the exhibition in Moscow was Association of Helicopter Industry.

HeliRussia 2008 has caused a great interest in foreign manufacturers, including such companies as Eurocopter, Agusta Westland, Bell Helicopter, Turbomeca, HRSMITH, Martin-Baker Aircraft, Isolair Ltd, Kamatics, H+S Aviation, Pall, and other. One of the most authoritative organizations of the helicopter industry Helicopter Association International (HAI) headed by Matt Zuccaro - will also take part in the exhibition as one of the exhibits. A representative of the famous helicopter dynasty Igor Sikorsky, member of the Board of Directors of Sikorsry Aircraft, is also expected to participate in the event.

HeliRussia 2008 will also present an intense business programme. In the framework of the exhibition it is planned to organize a conference called Problems of Aviation Safety of Helicopters and Flights and a round table dedicated to safety and health protection of helicopter exploiters and industry employees. Helicopter owners might find it interesting to attend a round table VIP Class helicopter providing information about worlds luxury helicopters, peculiarities of their production and exploitation.

A considerable peculiarity of the Moscow exhibition is that it demonstrates world achievements of the whole spectrum of the services provided by the helicopter industry from ground services and radiolocation to dealer and insurance services.

The exhibition is to be organized for not only professionals but also for helicopter enthusiasts and all willing to get acquainted with the novelties of the industry or purchase a helicopter. Today helicopters take a worthy segment of small aviation, get more and more popular in business-aviation, and become a norm of business and sports life, and even leisure. For independent visitors specialists will organize consultations.

Popularity of the exhibition can be confirmed by the fact that the organizers had to extend the exhibition total area from the initially claimed 4200 square metres to 10750 square metres. On the whole 128 companies have applied to participate in the exhibition, including 18 foreign companies from the UK, Italy, Germany, France, the USA, Switzerland, Belarus, and Ukraine. 18 helicopters are to be displayed in the exhibition hall: it is going to be production by such manufacturers as Moscow Helicopter Plant named after M.A. Mil, Kamov, Kazan Helicopter Plant, Eurocopter, Agusta Westland, Robinson, MD.

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Lavrentyeva Natalya


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