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
Russia To Focus On Civil Products At Farnborough 2
Russia has seriously limited its participation at the Farnborough Airshow due to the deteriorated political relations with the West.
Russia, China Widebody Aircraft To Be 50–50 Program 
An intergovernmental agreement has endorsed development of a proposed Russo-Chinese widebody airliner, defining the program as an equal partnership between United Aircraft Corp. (UAC) and Comac.
Avic Takes Control Of Formerly Russo-Chinese Heavy Helo 
The preponderance of Chinese demand for the aircraft, known as Advanced Heavy Lifter (AHL), is the likely reason for Avic taking over what was originally promoted as a joint program.
Modernized Buk-M3 SAM Passes Final Tests 
The Russian armed forces will receive the first brigade of the new Buk-M3 medium-range surface-to-air missile system this year, says Yan Novikov, CEO of Almaz Antey, the system’s manufacturer.
Can Russia’s MS-21 Crack The Airbus-Boeing Duopoly?  61
The MS-21 looks promising, but breaking into Western markets where large installed Boeing and Airbus fleets prevail could prove insurmountable.
UAC Rolls Out MC-21, Delays First Flight 
First flight of Russia's new MC-21 narrowbody will be delayed until 2017, it emerged at the aircraft’s official roll-out in Irkutsk, Russia.
UAC Rolls Out MC-21, Delays First Flight  20
First flight of Russia's new MC-21 narrowbody will be delayed until 2017, it emerged at the aircraft’s official roll-out in Irkutsk, Russia.
Irkut Rolls Out First Yak-152 Trainer Prototype  8
Russian jet maker Irkut Corp. on June 7 showed the first Yak-152 light piston engine trainer prototypes being assembled at the Irkutsk Aviation Plant in East Siberia.
A-Group Expands Russian FBO Facilities 
The economic slowdown and shrinking overall demand for business aviation services in Russia has not affected the expansion plans of A-Group, which operates FBOs at Moscow-Sheremetyevo and St. Petersburg-Pulkovo airports.
CityJet Gets First Sukhoi Superjet 100 
BRUSSELS—Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Co. (SCAC) and SuperJet International have delivered a Sukhoi Superjet 100 regional aircraft to Irish-based CityJet, the company’s first European customer.
A-Group Expands Russian FBO Facilities
The economic slowdown and shrinking overall demand for business aviation services in Russia has not affected the expansion plans of A-Group, which operates FBOs at Moscow-Sheremetyevo and St. Petersburg-Pulkovo airports.
Domodedovo Attracts Business Class Travelers
Moscow’s Domodedovo Business Aviation Center is expanding services for travelers flying business class on the commercial airlines as private jet operations have been decreasing for the past two years.
Russian MRO Providers Return To Servicing Russian Aircraft 
Russian-made SSJ100s are operating most passenger-kilometers in Russia, prompting MROs to add it to their capabilities list.
Russian Military Renews Interest In Ka-60 Transport 
Recent progress in the development of the Kamov Ka-62 medium twin helicopter may resurrect the initial Ka-60 program designed for military use.
Russian Military Orders Improved Mi-28UB Helicopters 
Russian aerospace forces continue their shopping spree, signing contracts with Russian Helicopters for Mi-28UB combat training helicopters and Mil Mi-26 super heavy transports.
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