Despite the Western sanctions, famed Russian jet maker MiG is here 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. The two MiG-35 prototypes have been in flight tests since the beginning of the year under a contract with the Russian defense ministry. “The government trials go according to the schedule and should be completed at the end of 2017, ...

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