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The rolling out of the first training aircraft L-39NG took place in the Czech Republic

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On Friday, the Czech company Aero Vodochody Aerospace held the ceremony of rolling out the first single-engine jet combat training aircraft (UBS) L-39NG, reports TSAMTO.

The rolling out of the first training aircraft L-39NG took place in the Czech Republic


L-39NG is developed on the basis of the previously manufactured L-39 UBS using new technologies and equipment. The aircraft is equipped with a virtual onboard training system and a helmet-mounted information display system. The machine is adapted to the training of pilots of combat vehicles of the fourth and fifth generations.

The aircraft is fitted with a modern FJ44-4M engine from Williams International, which has 5 weapon suspension points.

The pre-production assembly line L-39NG was opened at the enterprise at the beginning of the current year. The first and fourth aircraft will be used for flight tests. The second and third - for fatigue testing and static testing. The first flight must be completed before the end of 2018. The full-scale production of UBS is planned to begin with the 2022 year - 16 units per year.

The company's analysts estimate that over the next 15 years, all countries in the world with an air force will need about 3 thousands of jet training aircraft. According to the most modest forecasts, Aero Vodochody will have about 5 percent of this market, that is, of the order of 150 machines.

Currently, the company's order book is 38 aircraft. Customers include the American company RSW Aviation, SkyTech Europe and the Senegalese military.
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  1. seti
    seti 16 October 2018 16: 26
    +11
    And this pepelats is no longer interesting to us. There are training aircraft.
    1. donavi49
      donavi49 16 October 2018 16: 28
      +1
      In this class - 1 engine = no. CP-10 died.

      Twin-engine (Yak-130 and if they reanimate MiG-AT) - much more expensive to operate.
      1. figwam
        figwam 16 October 2018 16: 39
        0
        Quote: donavi49
        In this class - 1 engine = no

        And why do we need one engine, we have all the combat aircraft 2-or 4-engine.
        1. donavi49
          donavi49 16 October 2018 17: 04
          +1
          L39 is the foundation of training aircraft today.

          The 1 engine is cheaper than the 2. At the same time - it gives in fact the same skills and a touch. That is, passing the basic flight course. Only cheaper than on the Yak130.

          If so, then hundreds of Yak-152 purchased for training - and how many diesel engine combat aircraft in operation?
          1. figwam
            figwam 16 October 2018 17: 13
            +7
            Quote: donavi49
            L39 is the foundation of training aircraft today.

            L-39, unlike the Yak-130, can not simulate the flight of any of our fighter or bomber, and the actions of the pilot, especially in an emergency in a single-engine and twin-engine, are different. And in order to be cheaper and not to spend extra money at the beginning of your studies, you correctly noticed that they will use the Yak-152.
          2. mvg
            mvg 16 October 2018 21: 05
            0
            diesel engine propeller aircraft

            Do we have aviation diesels? I thought that they also import imports on UAVs .. Austria, for example ..
    2. Slinqshot
      Slinqshot 16 October 2018 16: 42
      0
      He was never interesting to us. Purchased to support the pants "brothers in arms".
      1. Kasym
        Kasym 16 October 2018 17: 08
        +5
        L-39 was produced under 3 units. and were in 000 countries. By the way, it still flies in many countries, in the Russian Federation under 40 units left. hi
      2. venik
        venik 16 October 2018 18: 51
        +4
        Quote: Slinqshot
        He was never interesting to us. Purchased to support the pants "brothers in arms".

        ==========
        The funny thing is that you are ABSOLUTELY right !!! At that moment in the USSR there was a plane (Yak-30, it seems), which in all respects was superior to the "Elk" !!!
        BUT! In order to support "our smaller brothers" (they DIDN'T EVALUATE it later!), It was decided (at the "Politburo" level) to buy Czech cars .... But in vain !!!!! am
  2. ANCIENT
    ANCIENT 16 October 2018 16: 44
    0
    competitor to YAKU 130 and the Italian, based on it recourse I don’t remember exactly what they call him belay
    1. donavi49
      donavi49 16 October 2018 17: 11
      +5
      Not. Yak-130 and Italian are another niche. The sides themselves are more expensive and more expensive to operate. Any T-50 and other UBS with bells and whistles are even more expensive.

      This L-39NG is climbing into the bums - where there is just a lot of demand. The same ancient Hawk still lives. But it will be really difficult for them to compete with the main giant of this market K8. Czechs can’t squeeze out a price of less than 10 lyam - and K8 = 10 lyamov is the biggest stuffing, and so the price tag from 6,8-7,2 (from Pakistan or PRC assembly) begins.
      1. mvg
        mvg 16 October 2018 21: 14
        -2
        and so the price tag from 6,8-7,2 (from Pakistan or PRC assembly) begins

        The Yak-130 and M-346 have a price tag in the region of 20-25 million evergreens, and if the radar is also stuck in a titanium cabin, there will be a bit of used F-16. Expensive pleasure, to maintain the pants Yakovlev Design Bureau ..
  3. Yujanin
    Yujanin 16 October 2018 17: 19
    0
    There are 5 weapon suspension points.

    I suspect that this is a futile idea. It is possible that as a TCB, these machines will be successful in the post-Soviet space.
    1. Hole puncher
      Hole puncher 17 October 2018 04: 22
      0
      Quote: Yujanin
      I suspect that this is a futile idea.

      So it is, at the expense of UBS, they certainly lied, a typical TCB.
  4. Sands Careers General
    Sands Careers General 16 October 2018 17: 51
    0
    No, I think the Yak-130 is cheaper and better.
    1. Kasym
      Kasym 16 October 2018 23: 22
      +1
      Hello! And who dared minus slap when the General expressed his opinion, not to clarify ?!
      Yak-130 has two engines - it will be more expensive. But when they fly around and all the "childhood diseases" are removed, it will definitely be better. good But at the same time, the L-39 is a good machine, through which many generations of pilots have passed. hi
    2. Pete mitchell
      Pete mitchell 17 October 2018 02: 34
      +1
      Gen., you were mistaken here: starting with two engines and ending with an elementary base - 130 is much more expensive. Cars of just different classes: -130 is a much more advanced machine. -39 will remain L-39: simple, unpretentious, reliable enough, well, and inexpensive. But the possibilities are different, of course.
      PS
      Quote: Kasym
      And who dared minus slap.

      Honestly not me lol
  5. LOCKS
    LOCKS 16 October 2018 19: 33
    0
    We must give them their due. Half of Russia learned to fly on their "bees". We have no analogue yet ...
  6. APASUS
    APASUS 16 October 2018 20: 50
    0
    The company's analysts estimate that over the next 15 years, all countries in the world with an air force will need about 3 thousands of jet training aircraft. According to the most modest forecasts, Aero Vodochody will have about 5 percent of this market, that is, of the order of 150 machines.

    Who needs it now? Almost 2900 of these machines were produced in the USSR, and now if they reach hundreds, then there will already be a record. In the West, there is everything and they don’t need competitors
    1. mvg
      mvg 16 October 2018 21: 18
      -1
      Who needs it now?

      Well, now they are closing, and how many aircraft plants do we have, with the release of finished products at 100 per year / two / three? I don’t think that flying schools are ready to stop working with L-kami, and immediately transfer to the Yak-130, which is three times more expensive and gluttonous.
      1. Zaurbek
        Zaurbek 17 October 2018 20: 31
        +1
        L-39 NG with American avionics and an American engine ... I don’t know if it will be cheaper!
        1. mvg
          mvg 17 October 2018 20: 38
          -1
          will it be cheaper!

          Donavi wrote the price tag, in the region of 7.8 million. And the Yak costs under 25 million, and the flight hour is much more expensive. A Merikasovskie engines in every way more economical .. and one of all there. It’s better to buy 3 cars than 1 well. Well, the Chinese are also supersonic .. and so very similar to our Italian dash.
          1. Zaurbek
            Zaurbek 17 October 2018 21: 27
            0
            A thing that is valuable for an airplane is a curve ... For one of its air forces one, for others it’s different .... Su-35S for its own in the region of $ 40 million, for others-80 million, for China 105 million .... And Yak allows you to cook more deeply pilots and improve existing skills. This is a different level. Niche L-39 in the Russian Federation is empty so far.
            1. mvg
              mvg 17 October 2018 21: 54
              0
              Su-35S for its around 40 million dollars, for others-80 million, for China 105 million ...

              Not so much. And I have other numbers. And when the buck was worth 100 rubles (2014), then the cost for the Russian Federation was generally $ 17 million. In fact, you can’t measure like that ... After all, the RFP, as it was 30-40 thousand, remained the same ... like the price tag for real estate.
              In China, not only planes left, but also 2 sets of engines for them ..
              PS: L-39 next generation also has a lot to do .. And the 5th generation imitation, too. And his Russian counterpart died without being born ... with a reverse sweep of the wing.
              1. Zaurbek
                Zaurbek 17 October 2018 22: 21
                +1
                There are different calculations: for the Russian Federation, the cost of a fighter in its purest form ... training and spare parts go on a different line, but for China or India, this is a plus ... I mean that the Yak130 is not 25 million for us. and L-39 8 million what is the price and what is included in it?
      2. APASUS
        APASUS 18 October 2018 18: 56
        0
        Quote: mvg
        Well, now they are closing, and how many aircraft plants do we have, with the release of finished products at 100 per year / two / three? I don’t think that flying schools are ready to stop working with L-kami, and immediately transfer to the Yak-130, which is three times more expensive and gluttonous.

        We’ll close the latter now and buy American ones, according to your desire?
  7. Zaurbek
    Zaurbek 17 October 2018 20: 30
    +1
    Stillborn plane.
    The West does not need it, it has its own TCB-Korea, the USA, Italy, Britain, France .... And the consumers of L-39 - the USSR, Syria, Libya, you want and will not sell. Permission to export to the regional committee will not be given.