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Reliable Communication

in the air and on the ground

Design and production of advanced airborne, ground-based and maritime radio communication equipment




Airborne

radios

Design and production of advanced airborne, ground-based and maritime radio communication equipment

Intercom

systems

Design and production of advanced airborne, ground-based and maritime radio communication equipment

Radio navigation

equipment

Design and production of advanced airborne, ground-based and maritime radio communication equipment

Search and Rescue

equipment

Design and production of advanced airborne, ground-based and maritime radio communication equipment

Ground-based

radios

Design and production of advanced airborne, ground-based and maritime radio communication equipment

About us

We have vast experience in design and manufacture of advanced airborne radio communication systems for all types of aircraft.

  • Established in 1990

    Established in 1990

  • Located in Nizhny Novgorod

    Located in Nizhny Novgorod

  • More than 23 000 square meters of production areas

    More than 23 000 square meters of production areas

  • 1000 highly qualified employees

    1000 highly qualified employees

  • The average age of staff is 39 years

    The average age of staff is 39 years

  • Own on-site design bureau

    Own on-site design bureau

Our partners

PRIMA communications equipment is widely used on helicopters and aircraft operated all over the world.

Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Company

Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Company

IRKUT Corporation

IRKUT Corporation

Kumertau Aviation Production Enterprise

Kumertau Aviation Production Enterprise

Tupolev

Tupolev

JSC Rostvertol

JSC Rostvertol

Beriev Aircraft

Beriev Aircraft

Ilyushin Aviation Complex

Ilyushin Aviation Complex

Elcom Group

Elcom Group

Kazan Helicopters

Kazan Helicopters

Ulan-Ude Aviation Plant

Ulan-Ude Aviation Plant

Russian Helicopters

Russian Helicopters

National Helicopter Center named for M. L. Mil and N. I. Kamov

National Helicopter Center named for M. L. Mil and N. I. Kamov