New Jets Delivered to Air Force

New Jets Delivered to Air Force

A few SU-30M jets and a few training YAK-130 jets were delivered to the Air Forces in August. Those SU-30M are pretty fresh models as the first jets were starting coming into army just in 2012. Just two of such planes arrived in 2012, and then fourteen planes in 2013. Now this year sixteen SU-30M’s were planned to be delivered and those are a few of those. A few more photos and also the training YAK-130s are inside.

New Jets Delivered to Air Force

New Jets Delivered to Air Force

New Jets Delivered to Air Force

New Jets Delivered to Air Force

New Jets Delivered to Air Force

And those are YAK-130s used to train new pilots. Brand new machines come for army.

New Jets Delivered to Air Force

New Jets Delivered to Air Force

New Jets Delivered to Air Force

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Those are also YAK-130s under the tarp.

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3 thoughts on “New Jets Delivered to Air Force”

  1. Yak-130 is a nice design, good alternative to getting full size war birds for small air forces. Too bad the Italians stole the design…

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    • The Italians did not steal it, and bought it. Yak-130 was originally designed in cooperation with Alenia Aeronautics. In addition, it has engines Ukrainian development. ))) Just in the 1990s, when Russia was in the grips, the plants survive as best they could. Yakovlev Design Bureau, not only Italians sold the Yak-130, he is also the Chinese it is sold. More Yakovlev Design Bureau has helped to develop a vertical takeoff aircraft for the F-35, sold its development on the Yak-141. And Irkutsk aircraft factory, where he has made these photos, was the best aircraft factory in Russia only by Indian and Malaysian contracts for the Su-30MKI.

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    • Tell that to my government, the idiots back home think that it’s better to have 6 new Mig29’s than a 20 of these. This is a country that needs aircraft only to patrol airspace and nothing more.

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