Russian aviation equipment is one of the best prospect industry sector. The aircraft sector consists of more than 250 companies and employ more than 400 000 persons concentrated under the United aircraft Corporation. The Russian government continues to support the industry through a special state program investing about 40 billions Rubles in order to make Russia one of the world’s top three aircrafts manufacturers by 2025. Sukhoi Superjet already on exploitation, MS-21 with a serial production starting in 2021, and starting development of the wide-body Sino-Russian aircraft are the most well known programs open to Western companies. Leading sub-sectors are aircraft replacement parts and cabin furniture. The current CIS commercial fleet is made of about 1,200 aircrafts. The most popular types with Russian operators are the Airbus A320 family (currently more than 250 in operation within Russian carriers) and Boeing 737 (total of more than 170 aircrafts of different modifications), as well as Embraer E-170s and E-175s. Fleet remains dominated by Western airplanes. Due to this current predominance, the market for Western aircrafts replacement parts and components is quite considerable and require a logistics adapted to the country specificities. Customisation of aircraft interiors for the needs of VIP clients are using foreign supplier networks to furbish the needed materials and items.