Tuesday, 20th February, 2018
After two years of stagnation Russian airlines demonstrated 20% growth in 2017. Charter airlines are back in business actively growing their fleets. As airlines are expanding with new vigor the competition intensifies and VIM-Aviation may be not the last casualty.
Receiving substantial investment from the Government the Russian manufacturing industry is keen to have a share not only of the military but also of the civil aircraft market. 2017 saw the maiden flight of Irkut MC-21 and Aeroflot expects first deliveries of MC-21 in 2019.
Insurance market is tired of years of rate reductions but demonstrates no ability to change.
What will 2018 bring to us?
Join the RAAKS Aviation Day to find out.
Wednesday, 21st February, 2018
Lack of information has been historically a major problem for Space Underwriters interested in Russian risks. RAAKS strives to resolve this problem by providing a venue for the representatives of key Russian space manufacturers and operators to meet insurers and brokers.The first half of 2017 showed very low
level of launch activity in Russia but later in the year Russian space industry started catching up and Russia stays committed to Space. Proton is back to service, launches from Vostochniy are becoming regular.
Join the RAAKS Space Day to meet the Russian Space industry and to learn more about the industry plans for 2018 and beyond.