On Friday, the airshow opens its doors to all those who want to see the event's entertainment program, which will feature, among other events, an aerobatics show by Russian pilots.
The program also includes the international Yokohama Speed Festival which will see modern aircraft, helicopters and Formula One racing cars compete each other in acceleration and maneuverability.
Taking part in the festival will be a whole array of planes, such as the Yak-52, the Yak-54, the MiG-29 and the Su-30. The helicopters will include the Mi-26T, the Robinson-66 and the Ansat.
The MAKS airshow has been held since 1993 and is touted as one of the largest events of its kind in the world.
Its main purpose is to demonstrate Russia's high technology and the country's domestic market's openness to joint projects with foreign partners.
The MAKS-2015 features the participation of more than 150 foreign companies from 25 countries, including Austria, Belgium, Britain, Germany, Italy, the Czech Republic, Switzerland and France.