All eyes are on Dubai as the 2017 edition of the Dubai Airshow commences and expectations continue to remain high for a show that has consistently broken records in terms of major orders announced at a show.
Lockheed Martin is displaying a model of its Fury long-endurance, survivable unmanned aerial system (UAS) at the ongoing Dubai Airshow, in what is its maiden appearance.
Canadian aerospace firm PAL Aerospace is showcasing its ‘On Demand Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) Special Mission Platform’ named Force Multiplier at the ongoing Dubai Airshow.
Russia’s United Aircraft Corporation (UAC) has brought the Su-35C fighter aircraft to Dubai for its show premiere. The RusskiyeVityazi (Russian Knights) aerobatics team are also attending the show with their new Su-30SM fighters which were delivered starting late 2016, replacing their Su-27 and Su27UB fighters.
Rosoboronexport is displaying the latest Russian-made air force and air defence equipment at the ongoing Dubai Airshow 2017. The Russian exhibition pavilion at the show is 700 square meters and features participation from Rostec and Rosoboronexport and eight leading Russian manufacturers of weapons and military equipment.