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Ukrainian Defense Companies Display Innovations at ILA 2024 Exhibition in Berlin

Ukrainian Defense Companies Display Innovations at ILA 2024 Exhibition in Berlin

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Ukrainian defense companies took part in the ILA 2024 international exhibition in Berlin.

ILA Berlin has been held every 2 years since 1992 and covers segments of civil and military aviation, space technologies, satellites for various purposes, helicopters, engine building and various types of guided weapons.

Ukraine is represented by Motor Sich, Ivchenko-Progress and FED. The Fed also represents the Mechatronics aerospace cluster.

Motor Sich manufactures aircraft engines for aircraft and helicopters of various classes and purposes, as well as industrial gas turbines.

Ivchenko-Progress includes design, production, certification, repair, testing, proof and formation of serial production of gas turbine engines of aviation and industrial applications.

FED specializes in the development, production, service and repair of aircraft, space and general machinery units.

FED also initiated an innovative aerospace cluster Mechatronics, which unites aerospace enterprises of Ukraine.

The Ukrainian companies exhibited a turboprop engine of the MS-500V-S family, which is designed for installation on aircraft for various purposes.

It allows to achieve high economic indicators during their commercial operation.

Український двигун МС-500В-C на виставці ILA 2024 у Берліні. Червень 2024. Фото: facebook сторінка компанії «Електронприлад»

ILA Berlin International Aerospace Exhibition is always impressive in its scale, and expositions are innovative developments of leading defense companies.

The last time Ukrainian representatives participated in this international exhibition was in 2018.

At such exhibitions, Ukrainian representatives also hold a number of strategically important meetings with representatives of other companies.

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