The tests lasted only two days, but during this time not only the systems of the fighter itself were tested, but also the modern weapons that it carries. For these purposes, Su-57 was accompanied by laboratory aircraft, which recorded the parameters of various systems.
At the same time, Shoigu noted that the satellite images of the Su-57, which appear in the open air, most likely were fabricated in the media. The minister said that both planes, being on the ground, always had special hangars.
The head of the Russian ministry confirmed that the full Su-57 test cycle will be completed this year, and its capabilities will definitely come as a surprise to the "colleagues" from NATO.