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Russia presents a full range of combat aicraft and helicopters at Lima 2011 Aerospace Exhibition 0612112

 
 
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Lima 2011
Langkawi International Maritime & Aerospace Exhibition
Langkawi, Malaysia

6 - 10 December 2011
 
 
Rosoboronexport at Lima 2011 press release
 
 
Russia presents a full range of combat aicraft and helicopters at Lima 2011 Aerospace Exhibition.
 
Rosoboronexport, JSC is expected to put up a magnificent performance at LIMA 2011 exhibition in Langkawi, Malaysia on December 6-10, bringing cutting edge Russian weapons and materiel to the show.
     
Rosoboronexport, JSC is expected to put up a magnificent performance at LIMA 2011 exhibition in Langkawi, Malaysia on December 6-10, bringing cutting edge Russian weapons and materiel to the show.
SU-30MKM Russian made fighter aircraft
     

The Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace has been held since 1991. Today it’s one of the most important arms exhibitions in the region. With the role of Asian-Pacific countries in international affairs growing dramatically over the past years, defense and security issues rise high on their national agendas as far as sustainable peace and development are concerned. Noteworthy, Russia played one of the key parts in making LIMA really popular and influential.

"South-East Asia is a very important market for us, as it accounts for a significant part of total sales by Rosoboronexport. Despite tight rivalry, we plan to expand our cooperation with the countries in this region. And not only in export of final products: we are discussing opportunities to launch joint weapon development projects, organize license production and establish maintenance and service centers here,” said Rosoboronexport’s deputy Director General Viktor Komardin, who led the company delegation at LIMA 2011.

Russia has good interaction almost with all nations in the region, working closely with traditional partners and those who have indicated their interest in establishing defense technology ties with Russia for the first time, e.g. Brunei, Cambodia, Nepal and the Philippines.

     
Russia’s part of the exhibition devoted to aviation has traditionally been one of the most remarkable at the LIMA show. This year Rosoboronexport opted for a digital format of presentations, laying stakes on interactive capabilities of modern multimedia technologies. For instance, performance of MiG-29M multi-role fighter and Mi-28NE and Ka-52 attack helicopters will be demonstrated in this manner: simulated 3D videos give a comprehensive picture of their combat capabilities.
Mi-28NE Russian made combat helicopter
     
Russia’s part of the exhibition devoted to aviation has traditionally been one of the most remarkable at the LIMA show. This year Rosoboronexport opted for a digital format of presentations, laying stakes on interactive capabilities of modern multimedia technologies. For instance, performance of MiG-29M multi-role fighter and Mi-28NE and Ka-52 attack helicopters will be demonstrated in this manner: simulated 3D videos give a comprehensive picture of their combat capabilities.

In addition, Su-30MKM and MiG-29N fighters of the Malaysian Air Force will show their capabilities during flying display. Sukhoi’s Su-30MK fighters of various modifications are quite popular in the region. They are in service with the armed forces of Vietnam, India, Indonesia, Malaysia and China.