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Take-off magazine special edition for LIMA 2017
Dear reader,

This edition of Take-off magazine, a special issue of Russian aerospace monthly VZLET, is timed to the LIMA '17 Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace exhibition. The airshow held on the Malaysian island of Langkawi has more than quarter century experience taking place for 14th time now. Over 25 years since LIMA's inception, the airshow has grown much in terms of scale and participation, having turned into a major regional aerospace and naval business forum in Southeast Asia.

Russia has been a major participant in LIMA owing to the increasing scale of cooperation between the two nations. In the mid-1990s, the Royal Malaysian Air Force commissioned into service 18 MiG-29N fighters. Some later Malaysian fire-fighting service BOMBA received Russian-made Mil Mi-17-1V and Mi-171 helicopters. Today, the most advanced multirole combat aircraft in service with RMAF are the Russian-built Sukhoi Su-30MKM fighters delivered by the Irkut Corporation during 2007-2009.

This year marks the tenth anniversary of Su-30MKM fielding with RMAF and their first participation in LIMA airshow. The derivative of Su-30MKI/MKM fighters, Sukhoi Su-30SM, is now in service with Russian Air Force too. The famous RusAF's aerobatic team, Russian Knights, is flying Su-30SM fighters since late last year, and LIMA '17 is to become their world debut on new jets.

MiG Corp. now has a huge experience in upgrading earlier delivered MiG-29 fighters under the Generation 4+ and 4++ standards. So, MiG offers such upgrade solutions for Malaysia as well as new deliveries of the latest version of MiG-29 family, the MiG-35.

Russian Helicopters holding company plans to hold talks at LIMA '17 with Malaysian state company AIROD and the country's fire-fighting department BOMBA, both of which are thinking about the acquisition of a new batch of multirole helicopters. The company is going to present here its new offers - a heavily upgraded Mi-171A2 medium-class helicopter as well as recently certificated Ansat light helicopter and some other models.

In this issue we have focused on the most important novelties and recent events in Russian aerospace industry, with preference given to those of them that could be of special interest to the current and potential customers of Russian aircraft in Malaysia and Southeast Asia in whole.


Andrey Fomin,
Take-Off magazinef
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