Russian Fighters SU-35

Russian Fighters SU-35

On the 3rd of May flying trainings of the first serial fighter SU-35 began in Komsomolsk-on-Amur. SU-35 is the deeply modernized, very flexible and multifunctional fighter. It uses technologies of the 5th generation that give it the superiority over other fighters of this class. SU-35 is equipped with modern aviation engines on the base of digital, informational and directional systems.

Russian Fighters SU-35

In 2008 Libya signed the contract for the delivery of 12 SU-35.

Russian Fighters SU-35

Russian Fighters SU-35

Russian Fighters SU-35

Russian Fighters SU-35

Russian Fighters SU-35

Russian Fighters SU-35

Russian Fighters SU-35

Russian Fighters SU-35

Russian Fighters SU-35

Russian Fighters SU-35

Russian Fighters SU-35

Russian Fighters SU-35

Russian Fighters SU-35

Russian Fighters SU-35

The second SU-35 in Komsomolsk.

Russian Fighters SU-35

Russian Fighters SU-35

Russian Fighters SU-35

Russian Fighters SU-35

Russian Fighters SU-35

Russian Fighters SU-35

Russian Fighters SU-35

Russian Fighters SU-35

Russian Fighters SU-35

Russian Fighters SU-35

Russian Fighters SU-35

Russian Fighters SU-35

Russian Fighters SU-35

Russian Fighters SU-35

Russian Fighters SU-35

48 thoughts on “Russian Fighters SU-35”

      • There is nothing wrong with appreciating fighter jets and swans both for what they are.

        Are you feeling alright?

        Who is this “we” you are talk about? I don’t know about you but there is only one of me here.

        Why are you asking such a strange question like that for? It sounds really ridiculous if you think about it.

    • Actually it is F-15/16 that have already been proven to be target practice in simulated dog-fights with older Mig-25/Su-27. They won’t stand a chance against this one.
      F-22 has only an “invisibility” advantage, but it will go away with next generation radars. So it too will become target practice for russian fighters. 😉

    • It is not the quality of the equipment you have that matters as much as the quality of the training your pilots have.
      Western pilots have superior training and that makes them superior pilots ….they hit their targets more often than not.

    • Duster you must be a brainwashed patriot or USA yee ha something.
      F16 whaaaat???? F15 antique and obsolete now both jets are 35 years old!!!
      Comon man!!
      F22 yes okey it can beat the su35, but isn’t that espendable to the usa to risk and loose one. So usa use still the F15 and F16 as theyr spear head.
      Anyway even the Eurofighter laughs at them.
      And Eurofighters are being bult in large noumbers,

  1. Russians appear to be continuously experimenting with camouflage. Even uniform of foot soldier isn’t standardised. Many militaries no longer paint camouflage patterns on jet aircrafts. Why does Russia persist with this?

    • I suppose Russia is not Lybia or Arizona, where you can leave metals exposed to the air. And since you have to paint it anyway…

    • Right now F22 may have an edge because of its low radar visibility. Su-35 has all the features of a 5th generation aircraft except for an invisible body. When russians manage to get T-50 into serial production, it will definitely have advantage over the Raptor because of its better manueverability.

      • By the time the 50 is in production, the US will have moved on to the F-22’s replacement. Not to mention the quality control won’t be there. Plus by the time the 50 makes it to squadron deployment, The US will have had several squadrons in place for years and will have mastered the air combat doctrine for the 22. Russia will still be developing theirs. Not to mention, most of the 50’s produced will probably be sold to other countries.

        • Here is something about F22 – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KaoYz90giTk&feature=related

          Here is how the F 35 is deadly:
          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UQB4W8C0rZI&feature=related
          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8kssZua8MVc&feature=related

          Some articles about it:
          http://www.ausairpower.net/APA-2009-01.html
          http://www.ausairpower.net/APA-2009-01.html

        • There’s another video about F-22 and F-35. They were beaten like “baby seals” in a simulated combat with Su-35 planes.
          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=27qdB1D0s9M&feature=related

        • Well, Testi, the SU-35 won in Indian war games over the Eurofighter and the F-15/16 (and their NATO Crews). The F-22’s production was stopped for lack of funds. Its replacement will be the F-35, an inferior plane for many. That will be the real rival of the Su PAK T50. My bets are on the Sukhoi and the few F-22 left.

  2. A. Bunka here. Jet fighters are cool, but with in ten years they will probably all but obsolete. Remote controlled drone aircraft and missiles will be much cheaper and faster. However, our Raptors may very well become equipped with lasers very soon, take that Russkies.

  3. Humm, why does the engines look like they’re missing a few covers?

    Maybe it’s just me, but too much bare metal are showing for my taste on them.

    Also, i wonder if those jets will ever be delivered to Libya 🙂

    • That’s because unlike Russian planes, American planes have the ability to shoot down enemy planes without being seen. Camouflage is pointless.

      • That’s because America usually goes to war with countries that use 50 year-old technology (Yugoslavia, Iraq, Libiya) or no technology at all (Afghanistan) 😛

      • That’s because Americans usually go to war with someone who either uses 50 year-old technology (Yugoslavia, Iraq, Libya) or no technology at all (Afghanistan).

    • You haven’t? What do you think the purpose behind the gray schemes is, pure aesthetics? No. The gray thing that’s so popular in the West right now started appearing in the late 70’s for low-visibility reasons at high altitude (same reason why most air forces have an alternate gray roundel as well). Before then most planes carried old fashioned camouflage, including US ones (save for the USN/USMC planes that have been gray ever since the deep navy blue was phased out in the 50’s). The camouflage depicted in these photos is disruptive camouflage, it’s not meant to make them harder to see but rather to make it harder for an opponent to determine the direction/angle of the plane in a dogfight. Much like how it’s fairly common to paint a fake canopy on the underside. It might or might not actually work in practice, but that’s a different story. It’s not like they rely on it, and it might actually be aesthetical as well.

  4. The SU35 is a beautiful plane. Its camoflauge and its lines join together to make its appearance truly striking.

  5. very nice fighter jet and good to watch in sky view,was taken beautifully.India should have this jets..It’s like a tornado in sky…

  6. Damn, along with mig29 and su27 this is the most beautiful plane in existence, most other fighter planes looks like warthogs compared to those.

  7. I think gealousy is dripping of american mounths here reading the comments of americans.

    This machine is awesome! And in some ways has the advantage over any western jet.

    Italy should buy a dozen of these, and equip them with carbon/kevlar panels to increse weigth trust ratio beyound the Eurofighter 2000
    It would be an indistructible jet.
    And yes if the future is with drones, this one will be the drone killer! because a man in a cockpit makes better decisions than a man behind a remote control

  8. F “teens” (f 15 f 16 f 18) against Su 35 in simulation had no chance Su 35 won
    The weapons of choice by usa and nato do to theyr large number and combat proven.
    F16 Block 52 or 62 could be a more worthy oponent

    Eurofighter vs Su 35 a 4 to 1 win for EF
    F22 vs Su 35 in simulations a 10 to 1 win for f22 according to wikipedia

    • Go to youtube.. search for a video.. “F35 useless”
      Will show you how the Su-35.. defeated F22 and F35 in Pacific Vision war game simnulations. Su-35 irbis-e ultra sensitive radar can see F22 up to 50km and f35 at 90km. Su-35 has also superior IR sensors.. and also have better evasion and radar jamming. So its doesn’t matter if F22 see first if it can’t land a single hit on the Su-35 with its superior electronic and jamming defenses and evasive maneuvers.

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