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The Ministry of Defense will purchase 35 training aircraft produced by UZGA

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The Russian Ministry of Defense announced plans to acquire 2019 Diamond DA35T training aircraft assembled at the Ural Civil Plant by the end of 42 aviation.


In the outgoing year, the department received three aircraft, next year 17 units of equipment will be purchased, and another 15 - in 2019.

The Ministry of Defense will purchase 35 training aircraft produced by UZGA


The planes will be used to train military transport aviation cadets.
- Deputy Minister Yury Borisov said, stressing that such a plane could also become a patrol aircraft.

Diamond DA42T - aircraft of the Russian-Austrian assembly. Their production mastered in Yekaterinburg in 2013 year.

By the way, with regard to other equipment, then, according to the deputy minister, there is a contract for the supply of X-NUMX aircraft L-18 for the needs of special forces.



It interests us for use in adverse weather conditions, for landing on water, on snow. Provided for the modification of float and ski
- cites Borisov Tass
Photos used:
(c) Alexey Ivanov / Zvezda TV and Radio Company
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  1. Vitas
    Vitas 26 December 2017 10: 52
    +5
    And no need to shout - IMPORT SUBSTITUTION. It is necessary to take the best and collect from yourself while you are gone.
    1. Olezhek
      Olezhek 26 December 2017 10: 57
      +2
      What's the point?
      Shob prilyapat Russian nameplate?
      1. Puss in Boots
        Puss in Boots 26 December 2017 11: 03
        11
        for many years the Chinese have been blotting out their nameplates, and now they have become a world leader in production and economy wink
        1. Olezhek
          Olezhek 26 December 2017 15: 21
          +3
          the Chinese for many years blurted out their nameplates


          Yeah, Europe did, and the Chinese only hung the nameplates ...
          Austrian bird is interesting only when full localization.
          And then on UZGA and Czech planes collect and Austrian ...
          In fact - a screwdriver in the teeth and rested!

          But you can brag at the exhibition - a new Russian aircraft!
    2. Topotun
      Topotun 26 December 2017 11: 06
      +6
      Yes it could be! How many developments, including light-weight and amphibious aircraft. But we invest in someone else's. And then again sanctions and again we will begin to "replace".
      1. Vadim237
        Vadim237 26 December 2017 11: 23
        +4
        Engines are the most expensive thing on the plane - but for all these projects they weren’t, for example, to develop a jet engine and launch it in a series, you need from 180 billion rubles.
        1. Topotun
          Topotun 26 December 2017 11: 28
          +6
          But after all, for light-engine and training aviation (first stage), jet engines are not needed. Maybe it makes sense to create your own piston engine specifically for this class of machines? Moreover, for our country we need small aircraft. Too large areas. There is ASH82, why not make its modernization? Or something similar?
          1. dauria
            dauria 26 December 2017 11: 46
            +3
            But after all, for light-engine and training aviation (first stage) jet engines are not needed


            In the USSR, training began with the reactive Elki L-29 (39). By the way, to the detriment of their excellent Yak-30, they gave the Czechs this niche purely for political reasons. For light-hearted amusements, our people are poor even for the train, not like flying. And who is richer - it’s easier and cheaper to take Cessna. Just think, the price of an apartment is a trifle for someone. laughing
            1. RL
              RL 26 December 2017 16: 02
              0
              The Yak-30 is the first Yakovlev Design Bureau fighter jet with a swept wing. It was made in duplicate and tested in the late forties. Serially not produced.
              The Yak-30 remained an experimental machine, in view of the fact that the La-15 and MiG-15 fighters were already mass-produced, and the adoption of another similar aircraft was considered inappropriate.
              1. dauria
                dauria 26 December 2017 16: 56
                +2
                Yak-30 - the first jet fighter Yakovlev Design Bureau


                Aw, there was another Yak-30 ....
          2. ADmA_RUS
            ADmA_RUS 26 December 2017 12: 22
            +1
            Create! Who forbids you. In the meantime, I see the reasoning of the infantile teenager that someone owes someone.
            1. Topotun
              Topotun 26 December 2017 15: 30
              +4
              And create here? In the USSR there was a decently developed network of small aircraft. What remains of it aviation can no longer be called. As for me, I work in my place and work honestly. And for a long time I have not been pulling on a teenager .... The irony is out of place. Under the USSR, the state ruled, now thanks to the Kudrins - they want the state to have nothing left. And somehow I weakly believe that after that we will have small aircraft and our own engines and so on and so forth.
              1. ADmA_RUS
                ADmA_RUS 27 December 2017 08: 25
                0
                No more USSR. Born to ~ 1975 it was "fucked up". Now capitalism. And other selection criteria. Creating an engine for small aircraft is an expensive pleasure that will pay off only with a large series that does not exist.
                And if you think that even in this situation, an engine is needed, create, pay for development and launch in a series. If you can’t, then what do you demand from others?
                1. Topotun
                  Topotun 27 December 2017 11: 14
                  +3
                  And here you are wrong, there is quite a demand. The developed small aviation network is not a whim for our country. And it is the state that must deal with the development of the transport structure of this class. If only because it is in the interests of Russia as a country .. And as a taxpayer (honest, with a white salary), I can quite reasonably demand from the state, including a solution to this problem. True, I am not so naive that I expect a state reaction to my requirements ... But in general, to argue that there will be no demand for such engines is not right.
                  1. ADmA_RUS
                    ADmA_RUS 27 December 2017 17: 01
                    0
                    Attention question. There are two options. Buy a cheaper and well-known airplane or engine. Or one that is more expensive and in the first years will be less reliable and expensive to operate. Which to choose? Put yourself in the position of an officer. In one case, you get more proven cars and more widely and actively develop transport aviation. And the project is more likely to be implemented successfully. Or will you take a chance? Buy cars with raw and expensive engines, with a great chance to disrupt the event.
                    I think the answer is obvious.
                    Growing up.
                    1. Topotun
                      Topotun 28 December 2017 10: 31
                      +1
                      Again you are wrong. We grow up if, in addition to the price (as a normal official should consider), we take into account that we acquire (buying other people's engines and aircraft) not only the engine and aircraft. We get hemorrhoids if someone begins to press the refusal of supplies. Our citizens lose their jobs and we pay for the jobs of our competitors in terms of living space. The industry loses the opportunity to raise its technological capabilities, the designer to gain experience in design and production.
                      Yes, you are right to grow up. Just who and what wins? That is the question.
                      However, the argument is empty, I respect your opinion, but I have mine. But neither I, nor you are decision makers.
                      Have a nice day.
          3. donavi49
            donavi49 26 December 2017 14: 30
            +2
            Because it is a resource, reliability, the number of hours between servicing, consumption of fuel and lubricants, and time periods for servicing. There is no modern engine. And to create it just does not work.

            This Austrian has an excellent Austro Engine AE 300 diesel engine. Actually, thanks to the engine with low consumption, high resource, ease of maintenance, all certificates, the plane flew and did not die after the prototype was built.
            1. Rusfaner
              Rusfaner 27 December 2017 13: 53
              0
              Mersovskoye automobile diesel engine with gearbox and without an overhead - threshed for 1500 hours and at Vtorchermet ...
              For training flights, entich "diamonds" lacked engine power - flights in the Kazakh mountains showed this, and the Khokhlovsk border guards flew to the ground on it, falling into a weak descending stream in the Carpathians.
              I think that these devices will be used for pokatushek gentlemen generals and comrades, and for the cadets of the MTC, for today, there is nothing better than the L-410.
              My opinion...
  2. Olezhek
    Olezhek 26 December 2017 10: 55
    +1
    Diamond DA42T - aircraft of the Russian-Austrian assembly


    Well, how much is it Russian? This "airplane"?
    What does "production" mean?
    1. Dezinto
      Dezinto 26 December 2017 10: 58
      +1
      What does "production" mean?

      Well, how to assemble the cabinet, here is the instruction, here is the screwdriver - go ahead.
      We have been collecting BMWs in Kaliningrad for already a year, and they don’t collect anything like that, the city’s floor is always on the latest models ...))
      1. Vadim237
        Vadim237 26 December 2017 11: 24
        0
        In general, 70% of the details of this aircraft are produced in Russia.
        1. Olezhek
          Olezhek 26 December 2017 15: 28
          +1
          In general, 70% of the details of this aircraft are produced in Russia.


          Details, please??
          I live near UZGA .... soldier
    2. family tree
      family tree 26 December 2017 11: 31
      +1
      Quote: Olezhek
      Well, and how Russian is it?

      The chassis is Russian.
      Honestly, I did not believe that the joint one would take off, the info here on VO skipped some time ago.
      Well, chot nefiga u mnu Austria, with aircraft design and aircraft construction is not associated what
      Only now, the Germans, once, blinded in Sweden that same “aht komma aht” when they were not given them at home, so ... but again, why is it so late, or what I don’t know? what
    3. Piramidon
      Piramidon 26 December 2017 14: 22
      +4
      Quote: Olezhek
      Well, and how Russian is it?

      The answer is in the phrase itself
      Diamond DA42T - aircraft of the Russian-Austrian assembly

      The keyword is ASSEMBLY. That is, the Austrians send details in the “boxes”, such as a constructor, and everything else (keys, hammers and screwdrivers) is Russian.
      1. NEXUS
        NEXUS 26 December 2017 18: 10
        +4
        Quote: Piramidon
        The keyword is ASSEMBLY. That is, the Austrians send details in the “boxes”, such as a constructor, and everything else (keys, hammers and screwdrivers) is Russian.

        Even so, what's so bad? The Austrians spit on sanctions and want to work with us. The development of these aircraft will lead to the gradual development of the production of these machines in our territory. It’s important that they buy and do it. And to talk about import substitution ... it’s certainly interesting, but Russia is not the USSR and it’s a lot to either restore or even start from scratch.
        1. Piramidon
          Piramidon 26 December 2017 21: 24
          +2
          Quote: NEXUS
          Even so, what's wrong with that?

          Did I say that this is bad? He simply explained what the "Austrian-Russian ASSEMBLY" is. I also think that there is no one yet - you need to use all other possibilities. The Chinese example illustrates this clearly. But, nevertheless, it is better to acquire technologies not of ASSEMBLY, but of full PRODUCTION from and to. On such technologies, our industry also rose in the prewar years. Technologies and equipment were bought and then they were finalized and their own produced, which in many ways exceeded the purchased samples. A "screwdriver" assembly of finished parts does not give any forward movement.
  3. kap-lei
    kap-lei 26 December 2017 11: 02
    +1
    For PLP transport pilots and such just right
  4. Sergey53
    Sergey53 26 December 2017 11: 04
    0
    What they haven’t bought from us and haven’t bred. It is immediately noticeable that there is a struggle to reduce the same type of technology, duplicating each other.
  5. Spez
    Spez 26 December 2017 11: 31
    +3
    L-410 - mass grave
  6. Herculesic
    Herculesic 26 December 2017 11: 37
    +3
    With the Italians crap one's pants together, didn’t draw any conclusions, were fired up by the desire to get rid of the Austrians? fool But what, can’t we ourselves? Soon, combat aircraft in cooperation with China and India will do-shame! !!!!!!
    1. family tree
      family tree 26 December 2017 11: 54
      +2
      So tried already, with India, FGFA, an analogue of the T-50. But the couple didn’t grow together, the Indians of free technologies wanted, all at once what
      Well, if in Russian, give your wife to your uncle, and go to ...
      What Ukraine did by transferring the An-225 to the Chinese
  7. silberwolf88
    silberwolf88 26 December 2017 11: 40
    +3
    Some strange policy ... the nomenclature of training aviation is spreading into new types ... and limited lots of aircraft ... which will then be difficult to maintain in training places ... and how much is adequate to train BTA pilots in this ??? ... at 40-50 in Balashov they lifted into the sky on training yaks and then on Li-2 ... maybe now this approach can be put into the program ... start with a new yak ... and then on IL - 114 for example. ..
    1. DenZ
      DenZ 26 December 2017 15: 04
      0
      Quote: silberwolf88
      Some kind of strange policy ... the nomenclature of training aircraft is spreading into new types ... and limited lots of aircraft ... which will then be difficult to maintain in training places ...

      Apparently trying to cling to what can be done quickly. Otherwise, it (what you are writing about) is difficult to explain. I saw these airplanes alive at the Army 2016 forum at the Uktus aerodrome. They do not somehow impress, well, absolutely. A kind of double dragonfly to only rise to the sky. Apparently only for the initial stage of training.
      1. Olezhek
        Olezhek 26 December 2017 15: 43
        0
        Apparently trying to cling to what can be done quickly.


        What does it mean to do ??? am
  8. Olezhek
    Olezhek 26 December 2017 15: 33
    +1
    Diamond DA42T - aircraft of the Russian-Austrian assembly. Their production mastered in Yekaterinburg in 2013 year.


    That is, the assembly is Russian-Austrian and the production of the ECB?
    Wonderful are thy deeds ...
  9. Olezhek
    Olezhek 26 December 2017 15: 40
    0
    The Ministry of Defense will purchase 35 training aircraft produced by UZGA


    But the title of the article sets up a patriotic mood. am
    But in order not to get off the beat it is better not to read ...