Maxim Pyadushkin

Maxim Pyadushkin
Russia Correspondent,
Aviation Week & Space Technology

Maxim holds a key position at AW&ST’s Russian partner – Air Transport Observer magazine (www.ato.ru). In the past he was in charge of several ATO’s sister aerospace publications and earlier worked for Moscow-based CAST defense think-tank.
 
Maxim has a degree on international relations from MGIMO University, Moscow, Russia, and for several years worked at the Russian Foreign Ministry.

Articles
Aeroflot Group To Focus On LCC Subsidiary, Chinese Transit 
Aeroflot Group plans to double its passenger traffic within the next five years, according to a new strategy first outlined by Aeroflot CEO Vitaly Saveliev to Russian President Vladimir Putin Oct. 29.
Rostec Takes Control Of Russian Aircraft Manufacturer UAC 
The Russian aircraft industry went through another round of consolidation Oct. 25 as the country’s aircraft manufacturing conglomerate United Aircraft Corporation (UAC) fell under control of industrial giant Rostec.
Rostec Takes Over Russian Aircraft Manufacturer UAC 
The Russian aircraft industry went through another round of consolidation Oct. 25 as the country’s aircraft manufacturing conglomerate United Aircraft Corporation (UAC) fell under control of industrial giant Rostec.
Superjet Faces Western Airline Pushback, But Aeroflot Wants More SSJs 
With poor spares availability, Interjet wants to reduce its Superjet fleet, and Brussels Airlines is looking for wet-lease alternatives.
Aeroflot Boosts Superjet 100 With Aircraft’s Largest Order 
Sukhoi Superjet 100 program received a major boost Sept. 11 with its largest order, from Aeroflot. Russia’s biggest airline signed an agreement with United Aircraft Corp. (UAC), parent company of Sukhoi Civil Aircraft, for 100 aircraft of the type.
Russian Su-30SMs To Receive New Engines 
The Russian military plans to re-engine its two-seat Sukhoi Su-30SM fighter.
Su-57, MiG-35 Fighters Receive First Orders 
Eight years after its first flight, the Sukhoi Su-57 fifth-generation fighter finally has its first order from the Russian military, along with the MiG-35.
Tupolev Rolls Out Modernized Tu-22M3M Bomber 
Russia’s Tupolev, a subsidiary of United Aircraft Corporation, rolled out the first modernized Tu-22M3M strategic bomber Aug. 16.
Chinese, European, Russian Contenders For CR929 Landing Gear 
After surveying the industry with a request for information, Craic issues RFP for CR929 landing gear. UTAS chose not to move beyond that first stage.
UAC Explains CR929 Landing Gear RFP 
Potential U.S. suppliers did not progress beyond the request-for-information (RFI) stage for Craic CR929 landing gear, said United Aircraft Corp. (UAC), explaining why only Chinese, European and Russian companies received a request for proposals (RFP).
Sukhoi to Improve the Superjet
The Sukhoi Superjet 100 will not be at Farnborough’s display this year due to minimized Russian participation at the air show.
Russia’s UAC Leads World In Combat Aircraft Deliveries 
Russia’s United Aircraft Corporation (UAC) has become the largest manufacturer of combat fixed-wing aircraft in the world.
Mi-26 Heavy Helicopter To Get Russian Engines 
The re-engined version of the world’s heaviest helicopter—the Russian Mil Mi-26—will take off in 2023.
Craic Fixes Main CR929 Dimensions 
Sino-Russian consortium Craic has fixed the main dimensional details of its CR929 widebody aircraft, having revised them from figures given to Aviation Daily in May.
Ilyushin Confirms Preliminary Design Of Il-276 Medium Lifter 
The Russian military aims to gradually renew the entire range of its airlift capabilities, and its medium lifter has taken one step forward in development.
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