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Four new Yak-130 transferred to the VKS of Russia

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The Russian Aerospace Forces received four new combat-training aircraft Yak-130, the BMPD blog reports citing spotters.


The aircraft built by the Irkutsk Aviation Plant (IAZ) of Irkut Corporation PJSC have red side numbers "05", "06", "07" and "08" (estimated serial numbers from 1404 to 1407) and were flown around Irkutsk in the summer and in the autumn of the 2017 of the year, however, the transfer of the Yak-130 aircraft of the Russian Aerospace System was not carried out since the end of July, and it was resumed only now. 2017 Day June 130 of the year.

Four new Yak-130 transferred to the VKS of Russia


These four aircraft were built by IAZ under the contract for the supply of the Russian Aerospace Forces by the end of 2018 to 30 Yak-130 aircraft, concluded by the Russian Ministry of Defense in April 2016. The first ten Yak-130 aircraft under this contract were transferred to the Aerospace Forces in October-December 2016 and entered the 200th training aviation base in Armavir (Krasnodar Territory), providing training for the restored Krasnodar Higher Military Aviation Pilot School (KVVAUL) named after A.K. Serov. In May-July 2017, another six Yak-130 planes of the 2017 program were transferred to Armavir.

Although from June to November 2017, eight more Yak-130s for the Russian Aerospace Force were flown at IAP, however, not one of them was handed over and until recently, all these boards remained in Irkutsk. Now, the first four of these aircraft have been transferred to the VKS. In this case, as reported, 14 March 2018, the aircraft with the tail number "07 Red" was delayed in Novosibirsk, apparently due to a technical malfunction.

The aircraft, apparently, will be part of the same 200-th training aviation base in Armavir. With the transfer of the four Yak-130 aircraft to Russia, the total number of production vehicles of this type delivered to the Russian Ministry of Defense reached 99 units - of these, the first two series 12 were built at Sokol Aviation Plant Nizhniy Novgorod and 87 at Irkutsk aviation plant.
Photos used:
Andrey Neyman / vk.com/sibspotting
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  1. Vard
    Vard 16 March 2018 11: 15
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    Beautiful cars ... Oh, and I will die without flying on a jet fighter ...
  2. keeper03
    keeper03 16 March 2018 11: 15
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    It takes a long time to displace the L-39, you see the Czechs, and come to their senses! request
    1. 1536
      1536 16 March 2018 11: 41
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      I agree with you, Czech planes are lighter, easier to fly, but behind the 20 years of real life, if not more. However, like the so-called Czech Republic itself. It rests only on the sale of its junk to Russia.
  3. KVU-NSVD
    KVU-NSVD 16 March 2018 11: 15
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    Still beautiful cars ..
    Although from June to November 2017, eight more Yak-130s for the Russian Aerospace Force were flown at IAP, however, not one of them was handed over and until recently, all these boards remained in Irkutsk. Now, the first four of these aircraft have been transferred to the VKS. In this case, as reported, 14 March 2018, the aircraft with the tail number "07 Red" was delayed in Novosibirsk, apparently due to a technical malfunction.
    Or maybe it's easier ... waiting for the final calculation from the MO .. winked
  4. igor1981
    igor1981 16 March 2018 11: 28
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    These are some of my favorites. As they say - "If you want peace - get ready for war."
  5. pavelty
    pavelty 16 March 2018 14: 56
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    The Czechs, by the way, upgraded their L-ki now a new aircraft will be produced by the "new generation")
    But the Yak-130 is more modern, you can even say a different class of aircraft
  6. shuravi
    shuravi 16 March 2018 18: 50
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    Yak-130 is not a replacement for L-39. This is not a plane of initial training. This is a transitional machine.