Category: Media & Culture / August 30, 2013 3:03 PM EDT
Russia's MAKS air show which takes place every two years opened to public on Friday (August 30), with Swiss, Russian, and Chinese pilots showing the best of their skills up in the air.
MAKS 2013 has been running since August 27, hosting top Russian officials and businessmen, who used the show as a space for making deals and showing potential of their aircraft.
On Friday MAKS opened its doors and airfields to general public. Aviation fans, curious crowd, families with children, and many others came to enjoy spectacular air shows presented by top aerobatic teams.
The show turned to be very popular among visitors on Friday as buses arrived filled with people and huge queues were forming at the entrance.
Video Credit: Reuters