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MAKS 2011: Russian Helicopters shows off range of systems

18th August 2011 - 15:46 GMT | by Tony Skinner in Moscow

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Russian Helicopters used the MAKS air show outside Moscow to showcase a number of developments across its range, displaying several new variants for the first time.

Despite pulling its share offering to investors in May, in a move that would have made it the first government-controlled Russian defence company to go public, the number of projects evident during the air show gave the impression of a concern that remains buoyant.

Some long-stalled projects appear to be finally beginning to gain some momentum. Among the new aircraft displayed were the light Mi-34C1, a Ka-226T with a medical module, the Mi-38 transport

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