Kish air show winds up after concluding 190 MoUs

Kish, Hormuzgan Prov., Nov 22, IRNA – The 7th International Air and Aviation Industries Exhibition (Kish Air Show) concluded its four-day work here on Friday afternoon by singing 190 memoranda of understanding.
During the exhibition which was attended by 100 domestic and foreign companies from Oman, Italy, France, Sweden, China, Japan, Russia and Ukraine capabilities of domestic experts and latest technologies in this field were put on display.

In this exhibition domestic production, trade and research units together with foreign participants presented the latest achievements, equipment and parts of air aviation and related services to the visitors.

During the four-day event, 190 memoranda of understanding were signed between domestic and foreign companies.

Iran’s first home-made drone Ababil-3 and four-seat helicopter Sorena were unveiled at the 7th International Air and Aviation Industries Exhibition.

The two products were unveiled in the presence of Managing Director of Kish Free Trade Zone Ali Asghar Mounesan, Head of the Civil Aviation Organization Alireza Jahangirian and Managing Director of Iran Aviation Industries Organization Manouchehr Manteqi.

Sorena is a 4-seat helicopter with a 300 HP power engine and has a flight speed of 160km. The helicopter is used for patrolling and training missions.

Ababil-3 is Iran’s latest domestically-manufactured state-of-the-art unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), which can be used in reconnaissance operations.

It has a flight duration of eight hours and effective operational radius of 250 kilometers.

The UAV can fly at an altitude of 15,000 feet and transmit images simultaneously to ground control stations or any other platforms.

The four-day 7th International Air and Aviation Industries exhibition kicked off on Kish Island on November 18.



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