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In India, fear of dismissal after the end of the assembly program Su-30MKI

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In India, the topic of what will happen with the production facilities and teams of enterprises, which in recent years have been producing Russian Su-30MKI fighters, is being discussed. In particular, the trade unions of Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd. scored the alarm. (HAL), who fear massive cuts due to the end of the program for the production of combat aircraft under the Russian license.


In India, fear of dismissal after the end of the assembly program Su-30MKI


The production line for the Su-30MKI fighter aircraft program in Indian Nashik (Nasik, Maharashtra State in Western India) should stop its work in the 2019 year. But representatives of the company say that trade unions should be calm, since the bulk of workers and engineers will not have to be cut. HAL will continue to implement the contract for the assembly of engines for Russian aircraft, as well as begin the implementation of the other two programs.

We are talking about a program to create 83-x light multipurpose fighter LCA Mark-1A and the implementation of the order for the production of 15-t attack helicopters LCH. Thus, it is noted that the helicopters LCH (Light Combat Helicopter) of the company Hindustan Aeronautics are ordered by the Ministry of Defense of the country in order to use during combat operations in mountainous terrain.

For reference: at the enterprise Hindustan Aeronautics in Nashika currently employs about 7 thousands of people. Nashik itself (Nasik) is one of the largest industrial centers of the country, which houses the factories of many foreign companies, including Thyssen Krupp and Bosch.
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  1. Fungus
    Fungus 5 November 2018 07: 57
    -4
    Let new ones order airplanes and the line will be loaded and people will not be left without work smile
    1. lwxx
      lwxx 5 November 2018 08: 08
      0
      HAL offered the Indian Air Force 40 additional Su-30MKI fighters, this is for those 272 aircraft that are finishing assembling an ode in 2019. So they will not remain without work. But only our engines can deliver?
      1. Zaurbek
        Zaurbek 5 November 2018 09: 08
        +1
        What is the problem with the engines?
        1. Random
          Random 5 November 2018 10: 07
          0
          Quote: Zaurbek
          What is the problem with the engines?

          Yes, the "problem" is not in the engines, but in .... in short, read:
          ".... ASRAAM short-range air combat missile is being integrated into the Su-30MKI fighter of the Indian Air Force, according to AMCA-India's first indigenous stealth fighter (November 3).

          According to the annual report of the aircraft manufacturer HAL, a missile with an infrared seeker developed by the European company MBDA is integrated into the fighter and an analysis of the behavior of a launch pylon with a missile in flight is currently underway.

          The MBDA ASRAAM is a Lock on after launch (LOAL) missile that can also be targeted from any angle of attack of the carrier.
          Firing range of about 50 km ( belay ? Official data 25 km recourse).
          ASRAAM is considered one of the deadliest melee missiles.
          These missiles are already equipped with Jaguar fighter-bombers that have undergone modernization under the Darin-III program.
          1. Shurik70
            Shurik70 5 November 2018 10: 45
            0
            The peacetime military budget may not pull extra planes.
            And civilian companies may not want to buy Indian-made.
            And the most offensive for the trade union is that in ten years specialists will be needed again. But the staff will already leave, new ones will have to be trained from scratch. The "quality" of the Indian assembly is already an anti-brand all over the world, and after this new aircraft will fight in batches.
            1. Roma 1977
              Roma 1977 5 November 2018 11: 30
              0
              Around the world, airplanes beat bundles. Boeing in Indonesia, L-39 in the Sea of ​​Azov, Mig-29 in Egypt, etc., only in recent days.
              1. Shurik70
                Shurik70 5 November 2018 11: 34
                0
                So from around the world - a pack (by the way, yes, like some kind of epidemic).
                And here in India alone there will be a pack.
          2. Zaurbek
            Zaurbek 5 November 2018 13: 40
            0
            What is so here? There, a radar with an Israeli AFAR may appear ....
            1. Random
              Random 5 November 2018 13: 46
              -1
              Quote: Zaurbek
              There, a radar with an Israeli AFAR may appear ..

              Easily bully But why not ours? request
              1. Zaurbek
                Zaurbek 6 November 2018 12: 05
                +1
                Because our AFAR is not there! and PFAR is also more powerful not to deliver .... because. AL-31 will not pull ...
                1. Random
                  Random 6 November 2018 13: 05
                  0
                  Quote: Zaurbek
                  Because our AFAR is not there!

                  Already do. bully В wink modernization of the Su-30MKI (the so-called "Super Sukhoi") with the installation of a radar with AFAR based on N036 radar technologies.
                  Quote: Zaurbek
                  and PFAR is also more powerful not to deliver .... because. AL-31 will not pull ...

                  You are mistaken ... but for now, the Bars-R variant has already been developed and is being serially produced for the Su-30SM, which has improved both the detection range and some operating modes, bully in comparison with the Bars locator. soldier
                  1. Zaurbek
                    Zaurbek 6 November 2018 15: 16
                    0
                    Already doing .. this is about 5 years at least + saturation of its Air Force. And there are already ready ones on the market. Moreover, the price of AFAR is not much different. If the Indians now need a plane with AFAR, then what can we expect?
                    1. Random
                      Random 6 November 2018 17: 29
                      +1
                      Quote: Zaurbek
                      Already doing .. this is 5 years at least

                      "Tikhomirovites" promise much faster, but + "theirs" ... you yourself know that we have first "friends and partners", and then to ourselves ... "economy .. understand" wassat
                      And how "how" the Indians suddenly "can" deliver someone's AFAR without problems, but our "Irbis" cannot wink , and the Irbis-E version was already tested on the Su-30MK2 back in 2011 and .... it works great.

                      And yes by the way .. your quote . "because AL-31 will not pull ...", engines have nothing to do with it .... the electrical system does not allow (there is not enough power of generators and converters) wink
                      Do another "trim" and ... forward fellow would be ... "desire"
                      And then it "turns out" that on the Chinese J-10 our one AL-31FN is enough to "spin" the "dynamo" and power up your AFAR

                      and we lack 2x AL-31FP? repeat
                      And about this "beast" I generally keep quiet (this is just a copy of our Su-30MK2, which I mentioned above in the text) and it is called J-16
                      1. Zaurbek
                        Zaurbek 6 November 2018 22: 42
                        0
                        I’m talking specifically about PFAR Irbis, which does not pull the electric part of AL-31x2 pieces .... And the characteristics of both PFAR and AFAR depend on the power consumed .... If the Indians scratch it as usual, then maybe we will have time.
      2. Machito
        Machito 5 November 2018 09: 19
        0
        Let the license be renewed: there will be work, and planes.
  2. Uncle lee
    Uncle lee 5 November 2018 08: 05
    0
    So assembly, or production?
  3. Mr Credo
    Mr Credo 5 November 2018 08: 35
    +4
    alarm unions at Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd. (HAL), which fear mass cuts due to the end of the program for the production of combat aircraft under a Russian license. ### Hindus trade unions respect and respect! If their unions have sounded the alarm, then our unions have sounded everything! A seemingly caste society in India! But you do! Unions are functioning! Unbelievable!
    1. Svarog
      Svarog 5 November 2018 08: 44
      +8
      Quote: Mister Creed
      If their unions have sounded the alarm, then our unions have sounded everything! AND

      I also drew attention to this, the Indians have unions .. but I have not heard anything about ours for a long time ..
      1. Gumma
        Gumma 5 November 2018 09: 10
        +2
        Selling trade unions. Better not to hear!
        1. Machito
          Machito 5 November 2018 09: 21
          +3
          Our trade unions have long been under the EP, they are not up to protecting the rights of workers.
  4. Larum
    Larum 5 November 2018 08: 50
    0
    Unions? Wah! Unbelievable!
  5. Vard
    Vard 5 November 2018 09: 29
    +1
    Hmm ... everything is not like people ... or ours? How do unions influence the country's defense policy? Stunned!
  6. av58
    av58 5 November 2018 11: 35
    -1
    Part will go to the repair line, part will be sent to another production, and optimally to the production of Indian devices. They are of such quality that they will have to build a lot laughing
  7. APASUS
    APASUS 5 November 2018 12: 48
    0
    India ordered something in the region of 300 Su. What prevents it from upgrading aircraft to the next level in assembly facilities?