"Rosoboronexport's order portfolio for Russian air defense means exceeds $9 billion and will grow in the near future," Isaykin told reporters at the MAKS-2015 International Aviation and Space Salon.
International partners are interested in every advanced air defense system the agency offers, Isaykin added.
He noted that the overall sum of agency space project contracts for 2000-2015 reached $1 billion. Rosoboronexport provided spacecraft launch services for Germany, Italy, Austria, the United Arab Emirates, the United States and Canada.
MAKS-2015 was inaugurated on Tuesday in the Russian city of Zhukovsky and over 400,000 visitors are expected during the course of the six-day event. About 760 companies from 35 countries are expected to participate in the air and space show.