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
MC-21 Being Readied For Second Round Flight Testing  6
UAC’s MC-21 flew for the first time May 28. It is Russia’s biggest hope to re-enter mainline commercial aircraft market after Superjet 100.
Russian Helicopters Certifies Mi-8 Heavy-Twin Variant 
Russian Helicopters emphasizes that the helicopter meets the most severe requirements for flight safety, including the ability take off with one engine out at the maximum takeoff weight.
Sukhoi T-50 Renamed Su-57 
Russia’s Sukhoi T-50 fifth-generation fighter has finally received its official name.
Russian Armament Plan Boosts MiG-35 And Mi-38 
MiG-35 and Mi-38 are in, Zhukovsky is out as Moscow air show MAKS 2017 highlights Russian military orders for new aircraft and news of a new location for the 2019 show.
Sukhoi To Deliver Pre-Production T-50 Batch In 2019 
Development of Russia’s fifth-generation fighter—the Sukhoi T-50—is nearing the end.
First Flight Of Il-112V Transport Further Postponed 
UAC president Yury Slyusar said July 19 that the light transport is now expected to take off in the first half of 2018, almost a year behind the initial schedule.
Mi-38 Transport Helicopter Receives First Firm Order 
Russia’s Mil Mi-38 heavy transport twin engine helicopter finally has a customer.
UAC Plans For Constrained Russian Defense Budgets  4
The Russian military intends to buy more Sukhoi Su-35 fighters and Tu-160M2 bombers while next-generation systems continue development.
UAC Plans For Tight Russian Defense Budgets In Future 
The future of Russian manufacturer United Aircraft Corporation’s defense products is likely to be smaller and more focused on new designs.
Airlifter Project Heralds Start Of Saudi Aerospace Ambitions  16
Development of the An-132D emerged from a study conducted in Saudi Arabia to examine the country’s national airlift needs.
MiG Has Big Hopes for MiG-35 Fighter
Despite the Western sanctions, famed Russian jet maker MiG is at the Paris Air Show to remind the public—and the industry—of its latest iteration of the Fulcrum family, the MiG-35 fighter, and to attract attention to its other efforts.
MiG Has High Hopes for MiG-35 Fighter 
Despite the Western sanctions, famed Russian jet maker MiG is at the Paris Air Show to remind the public—and the industry—of its latest iteration of the Fulcrum family, the MiG-35 fighter, and to attract attention to its other efforts.
Kamov Ka-62 Starts Flight Trials
Russian Helicopters has not brought any of its rotorcraft to Le Bourget this year. But a few weeks before the Paris Air Show, the Russian manufacturer reported the first horizontal flight of its newest Kamov Ka-62 medium twin.
Taqnia To Build An-132D In Saudi Arabia
​Taqnia, the Saudi company partnered with Antonov to develop the An-132D airlifter, plans to begin building the aircraft in-country from 2020. The aircraft’s first flight took place from Antonov’s Gostomel facility near Kiev on March 31.
Kamov's Ka-62 Medium Twin Starts Flight Trials 
Russian Helicopters has not brought any of its rotorcraft to Le Bourget this year. But a few weeks before the Paris Air Show, the Russian manufacturer reported the first horizontal flight of its newest Kamov Ka-62 medium twin.
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