Russia's UAC Displays VIP Superjet, Fighters And More


Russia's UAC Displays VIP Superjet, Fighters And More
Russia's UAC Displays VIP Superjet, Fighters And More

The desert sky over Dubai World Central sparkled with rainbow colors after the demo drop of a plume of water from United Aircraft’s Beriev Be-200ES fire-fighting amphibian

United Aircraft Corporation (Stand 882) is demonstrating its Sukhoi Superjet 100 with a VIP interior this week at the 2017 Dubai Airshow. In addition, the Su-35C "4++ generation" fighter is making its Middle Eastern premiere during the flying program, which features the Russian Knights aerobatics team flying Su-30SM fighters.

During the show, United Aircraft is flying a Beriev Be-200ES multipurpose amphibian and highlighting the airplane's fire-fighting capabilities with dramatic water-drop demonstrations. Its Il-76 heavy transport, Su-30SME, Yak-130, MiG-35, Su-35, Prospective Multifunctional Fighter, Be-103 and MC 21-300 airliner are also on display at the static park.

According to the company’s research, annual growth rates of passenger air transportation in the Middle East will be around 6 percent from 2017 to 2036. This means the demand for aircraft from Middle Eastern airlines is anticipated to be 2,975 units over the next 20 years.

United Aircraft also sees interest in its military product line growing in the MIddle East region based on the performance of aircraft such as the the Su-35C, Su-34, Su-30M and MiG fighters in combat missions.

Middle Eastern airlines have a high standard when it comes to comfort, United Aircraft said, and it is showing the Superjet 100 and the Russian MC-21 airliners to highlight the combination of commercial effectiveness and passenger comfort available with these aircraft.