Challenge accepted: specific conditions for development of aviation companies in Russia

19 Juillet 2017 - 02:00




Boeing and Special Economic Zone “Titanium valley” are organizing a conference during the International aviation salon MAKS-2017 – “Challenge accepted: specific conditions for development of aviation companies in Russia” on 19th of July at 15:30.


The conference is organized with the support of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Russian Federation


The biggest aviation companies and their suppliers will discuss the strategies of the supply-chains, perspectives of the development in Russian Federation, results of the “import-substitution strategy” and the mechanisms of governmental support of aviation industry.



  • Vice-Minister of trade andof trade and of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation Bocharov Oleg
  • Vice-President Production Urasov Sergey
  • CEO OJSC «Russian Helicopters» Andrey Boginskiy
  • CEO “Special Economic Zone “Titanium valley” Artemiy Kyzlasov
  • President Boeing Russia and CIS Sergey Kravchenko
  • CEO VSMPO-AVISMA Mikhail Voevodin
  • CEO Ural Civil Aviation Works Vadim Badekha
  • CEO «FIVES Vostok» Nikolas Pozin


The discussion will be held as a SWOT-analysis in order to observe the maximal range of opinions on the import-substitution in aviation industry, the needs and requirements of companies, the problems and challenges of the suppliers. The main mechanisms of governmental support, tax-exemptions and tax-holidays in the regions, the risks for the foreign and Russian investors. Trends of the industry itself will be also discussed and evaluated. 

Companies of the aviation and aerospace industries (MRO, sub-assembling, suppliers, components and materials producers, factories and plants) and the representatives of the industrial associations, R&D institutions and mass media can follow the link for the registration.


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For registration, follow the link.


or contact the managers: +7 (343) 243-55-83 (156) +7 (343) 243-55-83 (133)


See you at MAKS-2017!