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Khrunichev Summarizes Results of Its Participation in Paris Air Show

Published by Klaus Schmidt on Fri Jun 29, 2007 2:35 pm
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The 47th International Aerospace Exhibition, Le Bourget, France –Paris Air Show 2007 which ended on 24 July in Le Bourget, France- has become a major world event in air transport and space industry and a unique gathering for trade and business visitors from all parts of the world.

This year Paris Air Show has marked the first time that a Moscow –based Khrunichev State Research and Production Space Center recently reorganized in a holding company showed the widest ever in company’s history diversity of products and services offered both by its core enterprises and new branches – four Russia’s major launch vehicles and spacecraft component manufacturers from Moscow and other cities of the Russian Federation that joined Khrunichev as branches in February this year.

Within the framework of the event, Vladimir Nesterov, Khrunichev general director, took part in series of meetings held between Russian space industry delegation and senior executives of leading aerospace and defense companies including International Launch Services, EADS, Eurockot Launch Services, Thales Alenia Space. Among the issues under discussion were cooperation to develop small communications and remote sensing spacecrafts and issues related to commercial launches on Khrunichev –made Proton M and Rockot launch vehicles.

Exhibiting at Paris Air Show 2007 is expected to enhance Khrunichev reputation as one of cornerstones of Russian space industry for its unique products and customer services. Also, for Khrunichev participation in Le Bourget has become a kind of a general rehearsal prior to the forthcoming MAKS 2007- the world leading international aviation and space exhibition, August 21-26, at which Khrunichev is also going to demonstrate its enlarged structure and its unique experience in aerospace research and technology.

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