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
Sukhoi Eyes Superjet Stretch Plan For 2015 
Sukhoi is looking for ways to make the Superjet more competitive
U.S. Returns To Farnborough Air Show, Russia Retreats
International political and security developments are casting a shadow on this year's Farnborough International Airshow.
Sukhoi Superjet 100 Production Increases As Upgrades Take Shape 
Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Company (SCAC) is increasing production rates of its Sukhoi Superjet 100 regional jet, but growing competition in the segment has forced the Russian manufacturer to look for ways to improve its only product.
Downed Il-76 A Big Blow For Ukraine 

Ukraine’s air force recently suffered its biggest blow since the beginning of anti-separatist operations in the breakaway eastern regions of Donetsk and Lugansk this spring.

Russia Bringing No Military Aircraft To Farnborough 
The threat of new sanctions from the U.S. and the European Union due to the unrest in Ukraine is prompting Russia to limit its participation at the Farnborough air show.
Russia Bringing No Military Aircraft To Farnborough 
The threat of new sanctions from the U.S. and the European Union due to the unrest in Ukraine is prompting Russia to limit its participation at the Farnborough air show.
Comac, UAC Study Moderate Range For Proposed Joint Widebody 
Russo-Chinese widebody would have quite moderate range, avoiding 787 competition
Ukraine’s Losses From Separatists’ Fire Mount 
Ukraine’s air force recently suffered its biggest blow since the beginning of anti-separatist operations in the breakaway eastern regions of Donetsk and Lugansk this spring.
Russia And China Agree On Widebody Development 

Russia and China have formally begun a cooperative program to develop a widebody airliner that is expected to go into service in 2023-25.

The program appears not to have entered full-scale development, however, since the Russian partner, United Aircraft Corporation (UAC), says the two sides will now “define the design of the aircraft’s major subsystems, the sales strategy and the most effective forms of participation from both sides.”

Russia And China Agree On Widebody Development 
The new widebody airliner will target Russian and Chinese users as well as export markets. Although UAC revealed no details of the agreement, UAC President Mikhail Pogosyan said in February that the aircraft should enter service in 2023-2025
Mil Mi-28NE Attack Helicopters To Be Delivered To Iraq 
Although the agency didn’t name the recipient, the deputy head of the country’s federal service for military-technical cooperation said in early May that the first batch of the rotorcraft would be shipped to the Iraqi air force by the end of the year.
Sukhoi Adds Combat Features To Su-35 
Su-35S features engine and radar improvements
 
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