22 Grandiose Air Show MAKS-2011. Part 3

Grandiose Air Show MAKS-2011. Part 3

Posted on August 23, 2011 by team

Some more amazing pictures of the show.

The American F-15.

The “Baltic Bees”, an aerobatic team from Latvia.

The pilots of the “Baltic Bees” perform on the trainer aircraft L-39.

The Mig-35.

The F-15.

The An-158.

In the end of the day one can see the empty territory of the airfield.

The third day.

The Airbus is still here but its neighbor, the Boeing 787, has already flown away.

The Mi-28N.

The Mi-26T.

The A-10.

The amphibian aircraft of the Russian Emergencies Ministry BE-200 ChS.

The Mi-2.

The first SSJ given to the Armavia airline.

The “Falcons of Russia” on the Su-27.

The “Baltic Bees”.

All visitors of Max-2011 complain about the fence surrounding all the expositions and spoiling 50% of photographs.

After the performance one plane was missing. Then everybody saw several fire trucks approaching the runway. It turned out that one of the “bees” rolled out of the strip…

The SSJ leaves Max.

The Be-200 ChS drops colored water.

The F-15 Strike Eagle.

The Air Force of France was represented by the very loud Rafale.

The PAK-FA T-50.

Refueling in the sky.

The An-158.


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22 Responses to “Grandiose Air Show MAKS-2011. Part 3”

  1. Mizz(A)... says:

    This is sex!!

    Unfortunatley no pictures can make it justice one must be there, here the roaring and feel the wind!
    That engine sound is sometime so dense that one more feel it in Your whole body rather than hear it, this is life!

  2. schturman says:

    Maladjetz! Are visitors allowed to bring their own drinks to the area? or is it as rigid as on any airport (no liquids)… Want to see it in 2013!

    • historian says:

      Have you ever been to an airport? You are allowed to take drink this you till the passport check, so as long no visitor want to travel with a plane he is alowed to…

      • schturman says:

        ok… usually (in EU) you are not allowed to bring anything wit liquids on the -apron-, thats why I asked. Glad the Russians handle it with more common-sense!

  3. Musa says:

    Pilots got the LIFE. Fantastic photos, thank you for sharing them. :)

  4. Fabulous article – keep up the good work EnglishRussia !!!!

  5. Otis R. Needleman says:

    Lots of great pictures! Thanks! Interesting…most of the civilian jet airliners seem to look alike now. The SU 100 Special looks a lot like the Boeing 737, for example.

  6. Uncledoh says:


  7. marxistworker says:

    The clouds upstaged the planes. And someone needs to drop some colored water over Texas (preferably on Rick Perry).

    • testicules says:

      Marxi….. Do you not like him because he is religous or because he is republican? He has a good shot of being the next president. Overthrowing the current Marxist president.

  8. Russia’s star is eclipsing the U.S. The Russia people do not have to suffer yet from “cultural diversity” ,Limousine Liberals,and the homosexual agenda.

  9. Hugh Janus says:

    I’ve noticed over the past week or so that there just aren’t enough pictures of any aircraft on this site – could something be done please ;-)

  10. testicules says:

    Some interesting aircraft. Would have been awesome if the Blue Angels were there

  11. Nebukadnezar says:

    as i can see, only one t50 pakfa on that day…looks like the engines arent even operational yet…

  12. I like to see interesting things,and I have a good day!
    Amazing pics.

  13. Sergey says:

    This IL-96-400 will fly to Cubana soon. Now its remake to the passenger version.

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