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Middle Eastern countries interested in Russian air traffic control system

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Russian News Agency TASS reported that “a few Middle Eastern countries have shown interest in acquiring the Russian air traffic control system for airports” by quoting Advisor to Deputy CEO of the Almaz-Antey concern Vitaly Repin.

According to TASS, Vitaly Repin said that “Middle Eastern countries are showing interest in our air traffic control system. Negotiations are underway now,”

The concern offers a comprehensive solution, which reflects all sides of ensuring the security of air traffic on countries’ territory, according to Repin.

Currently the air traffic control system developed by Almaz-Antey is being introduced in St. Petersburg and Rostov-on-Don, as well as in other countries.

Dubai Air Show 2021 is running in the Dubai on November 14-18. Russia is participating at #DAS21 and showcasing few helicopters and aircrafts. The Mi-28NE and Ka-52E combat helicopters unveiled to public for the first time.

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