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Take-off magazine special edition for Airshow China 2016
Dear reader,

This issue of the Take-Off magazine, a special supplement to Russian monthly national aerospace magazine VZLET, has been timed with Airshow China 2016.

By tradition, the aerospace exhibition in Zhuhai has been attended by numerous Russian participants and businessmen. Small wonder, because the Russian-Chinese aerospace cooperation has been given a strong impetus over the past quarter century. As a result, China has become in 1990s a top importer of Russian aircraft, first and foremost, Sukhoi combat jets. Today, Su-27 family fighters including Su-30MKK and Su-30MK2 multirole combat aircraft and their derivatives produced in China have been the mainstay of PLAAF's new-generation fighter fleet. The next step will be the deliveries of the advanced Sukhoi Su-35 multirole supermanoeuvrable fighters that could start in the nearest fututre.

Aero engines deliveries also have been high on the priority list of the Russian-Chinese aviation cooperation, with these turbofans powering both Russia-supplied and advanced indigenous Chinese fighters, the J-10 and FC-1 (JF-17), prototypes of Chinese 5th generation fighters, the J-20 and J-31, as well as Chinese brand-new heavy transport aircraft, the Y-20. Russian experts also consulted their Chinese counterparts developing new trainer aircraft of L-15 and L-7 types.

However, the Russian-Chinese cooperation does not limit itself to fixedwing aircraft. China operates more then a hundred Russian-made Mil Mi-17 and Mi-171 helicopters and deliveries go on. Russian-made Mi-26TC heavylifters have got a great success here in firefighting and rescue operations. Recently China received new batches of Kamov Ka-32A11BC helicopters. So, the cooperation has been on the rise, with new contracts for aircraft deliveries and joint development projects could be placed in the future. One of the most promising project of such joint programmes could become a prospective widebody airliner which Russian and Chinese engineers are going to develop together. Prospective heavylift helicopter is another bright example of such cooperation.

I wish all participants and guests of Airshow China 2016 to meet their partners, establish useful links and snag lucrative contracts.

Best regards,

Andrey Fomin,
Take-off Editor-in-Chief
 
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