At the MAX-2019 presented an export version of the Su-57

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At the Russian International Aviation and Space Salon, for the first time, an export version of the fifth-generation multifunctional fighter Su-57 is presented. The aircraft is exhibited in a specially built static parking lot for it.





The Russian stealth fighter of the 5 generation of the Su-57 is preparing to go for export. Today, as part of the MAKS-2019 air show, Sukhoi Corporation presented a promising aircraft to the general public and potential customers.

According to the channel "Star”, A special platform was built for the export version of the fighter. A special staircase adjacent to the aircraft allows you to view the cockpit of a promising Russian car.

Turkey is interested in Russian aircraft


It is worth noting that a day earlier, the new fighter was inspected by the leaders of Russia and Turkey, Vladimir Putin and Rajep Erdogan. The latter, during the inspection, asked whether the car was flying, and, having received an affirmative answer from the Russian president, expressed a desire to purchase a car.

Later Ankara’s interest in Russian aircraft was confirmed by Dmitry Shugaev, Director of the Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation (FSVTS). According to Shugaev, Turkey sees in Russian aircraft a possible replacement for the supply of F-35. Due to the purchase of C-400 complexes by Ankara, America canceled the participation of the Republic of Turkey in the program for the construction and supply of these fifth-generation fighters.

After Ankara is excluded from the project, without orders for the supply of F-35 elements, about 10 of large Turkish aircraft manufacturing enterprises may remain. At the same time, Shugaev notes that it is too early to talk about any real steps in this direction. At the same time, according to the director of the FSMTC, consultations in this direction will be continued.

Will Russia and Turkey jointly develop a promising fighter?


Currently, Turkey is developing its own fifth-generation fighter TF-X (Turkish Fighter - X). One of the possible options for the development of the project, a Russian official is considering its joint development by Moscow and Ankara. Dmitry Shugaev emphasized the readiness of the Russian Federation for technical cooperation between the two countries.

The readiness to introduce the Su-57 to the international market after its adoption in June this year was announced by Russian Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Borisov. Serial deliveries of the aircraft to the Russian army should begin in the 2019 year.
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    1. -6
      August 28 2019
      How long can you flirt with Turkey? Doesn't it bother anyone that it is a NATO member state? Or is this a legitimate way to "drain" advanced developments to a conditional enemy?
      1. +9
        August 28 2019
        Doesn’t it bother anyone that she is a NATO member country?

        This is driving in wedges between Turkey and NATO.
        1. +3
          August 28 2019
          The main thing is that we do not accidentally drive a wedge somewhere by negligence, otherwise the situation will repeat, which in its possible consequences will resemble Belenko’s escape to the MiG-25.
          1. -2
            August 28 2019
            Let's hope that those who should have foreseen everything. Yes, most likely it is, the more so the S-300, for example, the sov had already had for a long time, but they could not create anything like that, but here the equipment is much more complicated.
      2. +5
        August 28 2019
        and with whom else to trade ?. except for China. Iran and Korea, there are no independent countries left at all. and if there are sanctions and no money left. Previously, everyone was given advice. still tired of forgiving. And now in Russia it’s not so. give but look. give and ask back laughing
      3. -8
        August 28 2019
        How long can you flirt with Turkey? Doesn't it bother anyone that it is a NATO member state? Or is this a legitimate way to "drain" advanced developments to a conditional enemy?

        In addition to the people of the Russian Federation, nobody, and apparently soon the Turks will be ICBMs to sell everything goes to this ...
      4. -1
        August 29 2019
        Minus from me. Turkey is a market to be fought for. The export of weapons is very beneficial for both the state of its army and relations.
    2. +5
      August 28 2019
      Quote: Skay
      This is driving in wedges between Turkey and NATO.

      God grant that this be so. Then the mattress covers will lose a safe platform from which you can control almost the entire Middle East, the Black Sea and the Mediterranean. I don’t think they will allow it.
      1. 0
        August 28 2019
        In the same way, we will not allow serious technology leaks.
    3. +3
      August 28 2019
      But again, there is no information what is not in the export version compared to the version for the Russian Aerospace Forces!
      1. +6
        August 28 2019
        Quote: spirit
        what is not in the export version compared to the version for the Russian Aerospace Forces!

        As usual, there is no state identification system, possibly encoders of communication channels, the frequency ranges of systems have been reduced, and some protection systems have been removed.
        1. 0
          August 28 2019
          That is, we give the opportunity to the country of NATO (and actually to partners from the USA), which recently shot down our Su-24M, to test our latest AFAR Belka and other critical technologies? Surrealism.
          1. -6
            August 28 2019
            That is, we give the opportunity to the country of NATO (and actually to partners from the USA), which not so long ago shot down our Su-24M, to test our latest AFAR Belka and other critical technologies?

            Yes, and what surprises you, the precedent with the s-400 has passed, then you can blow it up
      2. +1
        August 28 2019
        Quote: spirit
        But again, there is no information what is not in the export version compared to the version for the Russian Aerospace Forces!

        If you tell what is not in the export version, then it will be clear what is in the version for the videoconferencing system, and this is classified information. IMHO
    4. 0
      August 28 2019
      I was hoping to read how the export option will differ .. but no.
      1. -2
        August 28 2019
        Quote: Svarog
        I was hoping to read how the export option will differ .. but no.

        So the information is closed. Maybe where special sources and write, and alas, alas request
    5. -2
      August 28 2019
      How to see him in flight. Already neck tired head for every airplane sound laughing
      Fso not that ...
    6. +3
      August 28 2019
      Where is the spark? No way without her.
      1. +2
        August 28 2019
        Where is the spark? No way without her.

        in our history, sparks usually appeared in the shelves when flights on new equipment were already in full swing;)
        1. 0
          August 28 2019
          Quote: Ka-52
          Where is the spark? No way without her.

          in our history, sparks usually appeared in the shelves when flights on new equipment were already in full swing;)

          How good it was with us in long-range aviation. No problem with retraining. Two chairs are always at your service + also a higher controller-instructor in the aisle between the seats. When it was necessary to confirm the class or "minimum", then several commanders were loaded into the cockpit so as not to waste time on the transfer. good
      2. -1
        August 28 2019
        Well, they did without a spark on the Su-35.
        Especially since there was infa that pilots with Su 57 will be transferred first on Su 35.
        1. +4
          August 28 2019
          For the sake of curiosity.
          They there Su-27ub turns out to be used to prepare l / s?
          From my bell tower, 35 and 27 are certainly similar, but in piloting and combat use should be different, how do they perform the exercises? And the 57th is generally something from another opera.
          1. 0
            August 28 2019
            Well, not really ... Su 30M2
            And they are not similar from the words at all 35 and 27, if so, roughly ...
            And 57, this is a further and logical continuation of 35, at least for the unification of the cabin.
            1. +3
              August 28 2019
              Clear. Thank.
    7. +2
      August 28 2019
      Some kind of mess of fat feet. The Turks pretend that they want to buy airplanes from us, and we pretend that we want to sell them to them. Of course, a joint revision project on the FGFA principle is possible, with the participation of Turkish avionics (our weak point), but it is doubtful whether such a pairing with a full member of NATO. Maybe this is trolling Indians, with the push of the latter to resume work on the program
      1. 0
        August 28 2019
        with the participation of Turkish avionics (our weak point)

        Is there such a thing in nature? Something our test pilots do not complain about the Su-57 avionics. Why did you think that the mythical Turkish avionics is better than ours? The Turks have never created their aircraft from scratch.
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    9. 0
      August 28 2019
      Quote: Ka-52
      Of course, a joint revision project based on the FGFA principle is possible, with the participation of Turkish avionics (our weak point)

      Is Su-57 weak avionics?
    10. 0
      August 28 2019
      Early them SU-57. Let them first buy the SU-35. That's when the 6th generation will begin to do, then we will sell the SU-57 laughing
      1. -3
        August 28 2019
        They won’t buy either Su-57 or Su-35. They are trying to show that Turkey has an alternative to the Americans and to knock out TF-X buns for the Americans on favorable terms for themselves. They are trading with the Americans under threat of buying a Su-57 This is the point, and for us, the Su-57 advertisement will not be superfluous.
    11. +1
      August 28 2019
      Some Americans scare other Indians. All is in plus
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    13. 0
      August 28 2019
      Quote: Svarog
      I was hoping to read how the export option will differ .. but no.

      "... A special ladder adjoining the aircraft allows you to inspect the cockpit of a promising Russian vehicle ..." winked
    14. 0
      August 29 2019
      Special staircase adjacent to the aircraft allows you to inspect the cabin of a promising Russian car.

      A little strange, but on the first day of the air show, our correspondent. she explained that it is forbidden to look at the dashboard and even more so to remove it. Or maybe the inside of the cabin is curtained? request

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