The MAKS-2013 air show, set to run in Moscow from Tuesday to Sept. 1, will draw 100,000 visitors per day, organizers said. But rehearsals were halted, officially due to poor weather, RIA Novosti said. But Russian media reports said the real reason was because several of the star attraction aircraft weren't able to fly.
Organizers declined to address the media reports and cited poor visibility and rain for canceling the rehearsal Saturday.
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