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MAKS 2007 in Zhukovsky outside Moscow on Friday opens access to all who wants to attend
The eighth international airspace show MAKS 2007 in Zhukovsky outside Moscow on Friday opens access to all who wants to attend. If only specialists have been visiting the show at the airfield of the Gromov Flight Research Institute during the first three days of its work, then now ordinary visitors can come to the show buying tickets. The tickets cost from 100 roubles for school students aged 7-14 to 350 roubles for adults that can take a child aged under seven to the airspace show free of charge. The MAKS 2007 directorate told Itar-Tass that the visitors will see an intensive programme of show flights of Russian and foreign pilots, an interesting static exhibition of planes placed on a local several kilometres-long runway, as well as many other attractions. “These will be concerts, flights on air-balloons and many other things that will leave nobody indifferent,” the directorate officials said. They said the airspace show organisers are taking security measures during the events. Thus, spectators will have to pass three cordons of security to come to MAKS 2007. The first cordon is set up at boarding on express buses near the railway platforms “Otdykh” and “42nd kilometre.” The second cordon will conduct a check-up at the entrance to the Flight Research Institute and the third checking will be made right at the entrance to the air show. “We hope that citizens will treat with understanding such measures,” the directorate said. Despite favourable weather forecasts made by meteorologists, the organisers said that “if the weather is bad, meteorological aviation will fly to disperse clouds at distant approaches to Zhukovsky.” The MAKS 2007 international airspace show will work until August 26 and its directorate hopes that now at least 100,000 people will come to the airfield daily.
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