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Russian Su-35 fighter flies to Istanbul

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The Russian Su-35 multi-role fighter has arrived in Turkey to participate in the Technofest technology festival. This was reported by TASS, citing a source in the United Aircraft Company (UAC).


Russian Su-35 fighter flies to Istanbul


According to the agency, the Russian Su-35 fighter made a flight to Turkey and landed at Ataturk Airport, where the Technofest technology festival will be held from 17 to 22 on September. Other aircraft announced for the festival are expected to arrive soon. The UAC did not give the exact number and names of the rest of the equipment, but earlier it became known that in addition to Su-35, Russia will show in Istanbul the MS-21, Sukhoi Superjet 100 airliners and the Be-200 amphibious aircraft. The final list of equipment has not yet been determined.

Earlier it was reported that Turkey expressed interest in acquiring the Russian multi-role fighter generation 4 ++ Su-35 and fifth-generation fighter Su-57. According to Turkish President Recep Tayir Erdogan, Ankara does not exclude the purchase of the Su-57 in the event of the United States' final refusal to sell the F-35, but so far the American fighter is in first place with Turkey.

It has also recently become known about the interest of the Turkish side in the Be-200 amphibious aircraft.
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Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation
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  1. svp67
    svp67 14 September 2019 15: 29
    +16
    Well ... Well, the Su-35 is a decent aircraft to show it again at an air show abroad, especially since we have not many of such capabilities
    1. marshes
      marshes 14 September 2019 15: 36
      -13
      Quote: svp67
      Well ... Well, the Su-35 is a decent aircraft to show it again at an air show abroad, especially since we have not many of such capabilities

      Why not a lot, Le Bourget who is the buyer there, for example. Or is the Britons exhibition now. Emirates?
      Take CADEX in Kazakhstan, it’s where the buyers are going to buy the squadron to the extreme.
      And there, overseas plus commuting, a paradise for OKBshnikov, have a rest for free.
      1. svp67
        svp67 14 September 2019 15: 42
        +21
        Quote: marshes
        Why not a lot, Le Bourget who is the buyer there, for example. Or is the Britons exhibition now. Emirates?

        Our combat aircraft do not fly to such exhibitions, and the British have not invited anyone to go to Britain and generally all.
        1. marshes
          marshes 14 September 2019 15: 47
          -15
          Quote: svp67
          Our combat aircraft do not fly to such exhibitions, and the British have not invited anyone to go to Britain and generally all.

          Yes, in the Courses, but one who has no analogues in the world can be surprised, Only former operators of Soviet or Russian Technology.
          But the Turk, in principle, the Su-35 Regiment can buy, with the Su-30, in principle, is familiar, but in words. They didn’t let them close to the planes.
      2. Nycomed
        Nycomed 14 September 2019 16: 02
        0
        And who told you that they were going there to rest? And who told you that the Sea of ​​Marmara, namely the airport is located on its shore, is a wonderful place for taking sea baths? Do you know the size of travel allowances? A highly controversial "freebie".
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          1. demo
            demo 14 September 2019 16: 28
            +18
            What is your nationality, dear "swamp"?
            If you undertook to write comments on a Russian site and also in Russian, then be affectionate, observe the requirements of grammar and punctuation.
            And that much is an eyesore.

            Read from the bottom (bottom).
            By the way (by the way) I am surprised (period) with (with a capital letter) the Russians not so much that dementia surged in all, that I don’t remember the earlier (earlier) and there wasn’t such a thing.
            If so, then there is nothing to chew (worry about) the old age will take its toll.
            Why do you need children, (dot) (with a capital letter) not long ago on a tape I saw pensioners sawing a swing, saying they would hold it together (creak). It would be prepared (with a soft sign) (remove) and give everything to the young generation but it wouldn’t be there .

            Nightmare.
            It happens.
            A person wants to express a practical thought.
            But due to the fact that ABSOLUTELY does not own syntax and punctuation, a set of incoherent words is obtained.
            Horror.
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              1. demo
                demo 14 September 2019 16: 35
                +15
                BUT! Got it!
                This is your "banter" like that.
                Twist the tongue!
                Well done.
                I remembered the Daurbaev brothers.
                Served together.
                Yerlan and Yerzhan.
                And one more Kazakh - Urmanov Bestay.
                The latter has two grandfathers and two grandmothers taught Russian. Father and mother taught Russian.
                His Russian was a cut above mine.
                So, by the end of the service, he taught all our Kazakhs to speak in such a way that they were all fools.
                And here is such a not "trivial" Kazakh who boasts of his ignorance.
                Okay.
                You can’t beat the whip with your butt.
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                2. Nycomed
                  Nycomed 14 September 2019 16: 49
                  +1
                  I lived in the center of Alma-Ata in the 70s, so the Kazakhs who lived with us in the same yard spoke Russian so that most Russians living in the Russian Federation could not speak.
                  1. marshes
                    marshes 14 September 2019 17: 12
                    -5
                    Quote: Nycomed
                    I lived in the center of Alma-Ata in the 70s, so the Kazakhs who lived with us in the same yard spoke Russian so that most Russians living in the Russian Federation could not speak.

                    What kind of area?
                    1. Nycomed
                      Nycomed 14 September 2019 17: 18
                      0
                      Krasina-Kirova-Pushkina-Vinogradova. Four five-story buildings on these streets formed our yard. I don’t know the current names of these streets, but I think that besides Pushkin everyone has been renamed.
                      1. marshes
                        marshes 14 September 2019 17: 22
                        -4
                        Quote: Nycomed
                        Krasina-Kirova-Pushkina-Vinogradova. Four five-story buildings on these streets formed our yard. I don’t know the current names of these streets, but I think that besides Pushkin everyone has been renamed.

                        On Derebas? This is in the "regions" well, yes, Kazakhs were rare. Only at the Green Bazaar could you see. laughing
                      2. Nycomed
                        Nycomed 14 September 2019 17: 27
                        0
                        I don't remember what the area was called. Why did you decide that Kazakhs "were rare" there? In our class, Kazakhs were 50%, and the remaining 50% were all the rest: Russians, Ukrainians, Tatars, Uigurs, Germans, Jews, there was even one Latvian.
            2. Piramidon
              Piramidon 14 September 2019 16: 37
              +1
              Quote: demo
              What is your nationality, dear "swamp"?
              If you undertook to write comments on the Russian site and also in Russian

              It’s good that he, a Kazakh, still remembers the Cyrillic alphabet and is trying to exercise in Russian.
              1. marshes
                marshes 14 September 2019 17: 11
                -7
                Quote: Piramidon
                It’s good that he, a Kazakh, still remembers the Cyrillic alphabet and is trying to exercise in Russian.

                Great noted. laughing
              2. BARKAS
                BARKAS 14 September 2019 19: 52
                +5
                In our school, a teacher of Russian language and literature was a Kazakh, if that.
            3. poquello
              poquello 14 September 2019 20: 28
              -1
              Quote: demo
              By the way (by the way) I am surprised (period) with (with a capital letter) the Russians not so much that dementia surged in all, that I don’t remember the earlier (earlier) and there wasn’t such a thing.
              If so, then there is nothing to chew (worry about) the old age will take its toll.
              Why do you need children, (dot) (with a capital letter) not long ago on a tape I saw pensioners sawing a swing, saying they would hold it together (creak). It would be prepared (with a soft sign) (remove) and give everything to the young generation but it wouldn’t be there .

              he read what he wrote?
            4. voyaka uh
              voyaka uh 15 September 2019 11: 09
              +1
              To be proud of the knowledge of our native language is the same as to be proud of the ability to walk or the ability to drink water from a glass.
              One must be proud of knowledge of foreign languages. Usually, those who are puffed up with pride from knowing the punctuation of their native language do not know any other languages.
              1. demo
                demo 15 September 2019 14: 37
                +1
                Here's the thing.
                Proud of knowing the native language is not worth it.
                Just know him.
                But if the Russian language is not native, then claims do not seem to be presented.
                However, there is a moment.
                A man is trying to communicate in Russian in Russian.
                But it turns out, to say the least. Not really.
                And how to respond?
                Give some advice.
                1. voyaka uh
                  voyaka uh 15 September 2019 14: 47
                  +1
                  React positively. A man tries to write, communicate, express his thoughts in a language that is not native to him. This is a matter of respect. Imagine that you, for example, in a restaurant in London.
                  And in broken English you are trying to place an order. And the waiter, who was born in this city, arrogantly begins to correct and teach you. Unpleasant, right? He should encourage and support you in every way. Humanly.
                  1. demo
                    demo 15 September 2019 14: 57
                    0
                    Approx.
                    Your point of view is clear to me.
                    Joke on the track.
                    To determine the level of well-being of the population of different countries, a survey of residents is conducted.
                    The first question is how many cars are in the family.
                    The second question is what cars go to work.
                    The third question is what car will go out of town, to nature.
                    The British, French, Americans, Germans all naturally call their brands.
                    It comes to a citizen of the USSR.
                    The answer to the first question is by tram.
                    On the second, by tram.
                    And so on.
                    In the end, the interviewer does not stand up and asks what if you need to go abroad (there is no tram way there!)?
                    Our citizen answers that he does not go abroad!
                    And if you really, really need it, the interviewer will not let up !?
                    If you really need it, then we drive tanks.

                    And you know that the waiters of our tankers serve out of turn and communicate in pure Russian. yes

                    Best wishes to you!
                    1. voyaka uh
                      voyaka uh 15 September 2019 15: 31
                      +1
                      I knew this Soviet joke.
                      He is very, very sad, not "fighting" if you think a little. sad
                    2. voyaka uh
                      voyaka uh 15 September 2019 15: 40
                      +1
                      I will give you a Soviet joke too:
                      There are three motorists in paradise. We talked about who, as he went to heaven ...
                      American: I accelerated in my Cadillac to 200 km / h,
                      lost control ... and now ...
                      Frenchman: I accelerated on my Alfa Romeo and started kissing with my girlfriend ... and now ...
                      Russian: and I saved up, saved up for Moskvich ... and died.
                      1. demo
                        demo 15 September 2019 17: 21
                        +1
                        If you think a little .....
                        it’s also not optimistic from yours.
                        And he ... is not "combat" at all.
        2. SSR
          SSR 14 September 2019 16: 28
          +10
          Quote: Nycomed
          And who told you that they were going there to rest? And who told you that the Sea of ​​Marmara, namely the airport is located on its shore, is a wonderful place for taking sea baths? Do you know the size of travel allowances? A highly controversial "freebie".

          + Our few days at MAX were dangling, in three days they became like squeezed lemons. Meeting after meeting, delegation after delegation, negotiations after negotiations ..
          1. Nycomed
            Nycomed 14 September 2019 16: 36
            -1
            Yes of course! From such a "rest" then you need to take a week off, turn off the phone, take a beer and with a fishing rod somewhere. yes drinks good
            1. SSR
              SSR 14 September 2019 19: 53
              +1
              Quote: Nycomed
              Yes of course! From such a "rest" then you need to take a week off, turn off the phone, take a beer and with a fishing rod somewhere. yes drinks good

              + Only upon the fact of returning from the exhibition, you begin to work out all the agreements, materials and contacts. Strike while the iron is hot. )))
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      3. Piramidon
        Piramidon 14 September 2019 16: 27
        +5
        Quote: marshes
        And there, overseas plus commuting, a paradise for OKBshnikov, have a rest for free.

        Who about what, and lousy about the bath. You cannot see anything beyond your mercantile needs.
        1. Zaurbek
          Zaurbek 14 September 2019 20: 59
          +1
          For people who work - travel expenses are important ... it's you in vain. Selling Su35 to Turks is not a feat, but the work of qualified people. And they must be appreciated.
          1. Piramidon
            Piramidon 14 September 2019 21: 23
            +1
            Quote: Zaurbek
            For people who work - travel expenses are important

            What am I against? But a certain "swamp" here believes that they do not go there to work, but "to have a rest for free" and not for anything to receive business trips
    2. Ural-4320
      Ural-4320 14 September 2019 15: 36
      +7
      What they did on Sushki at the MAX - cannot be described in words! Except that they didn’t take off with the tail forward from the runway. And the MiG-35 also wrote out a pretzel. good
      1. 210ox
        210ox 14 September 2019 16: 01
        +1
        Yes, it is beautiful and wonderful that our aircraft have such maneuverability. However, the one who first discovers the enemy and delivers the exact blow wins the battle.
        1. Ural-4320
          Ural-4320 14 September 2019 16: 33
          0
          I agree that it’s hard to fully develop air combat with missiles. As before, shelling an armored aircraft will no longer work out skills.
        2. Rwmos
          Rwmos 14 September 2019 17: 14
          +2
          https://foxtrotalpha.jalopnik.com/how-to-win-in-a-dogfight-stories-from-a-pilot-who-flew-1682723379
          If you do not read English, then:
          Close air combat is not dead. - Yes, we made the best long-range missiles, but our potential opponents are the best means of suppressing them!

          And all this - a US pilot of the "aggressor" squadron with a raid on both US and Russian / Soviet fighters.
          1. dauria
            dauria 15 September 2019 00: 22
            -1
            Close air combat is not dead.

            Of course not. Not dead .. This manned aircraft died. After a dozen years will remain only for sports and parades. Like horses now from the former cavalry .. laughing
        3. poquello
          poquello 14 September 2019 20: 37
          -1
          Quote: 210ox
          Yes, it is beautiful and wonderful that our aircraft have such maneuverability. However, the one who first discovers the enemy and delivers the exact blow wins the battle.

          stupid nonsense, it all depends on many factors
        4. IL-18
          IL-18 14 September 2019 23: 04
          0
          Quote: 210ox
          the one who first detects the enemy and inflicts an exact blow.

          This is when explosive rockets begin to fly at the speed of light.
    3. Sky strike fighter
      Sky strike fighter 14 September 2019 19: 35
      +2
      Quote: svp67
      Well ... Well, the Su-35 is a decent aircraft to show it again at an air show abroad, especially since we have not many of such capabilities

      By the way, about another decent aircraft. I apologize if off topic, but it’s hard to get past such news.
      The first Il-96-400M was assembled at the plant of the Voronezh Joint-Stock Aircraft Building Society (VASO). The plane goes for painting. Upon completion, a new airliner will be prepared for test flights.

      IL-96-400M is created as a passenger version of the cargo IL-96-400T. The new aircraft will be 9,65 m longer compared to the existing IL-96-300 type. Its design capacity is 390 pass. The salon is planned to be equipped with Internet access facilities.
      It is planned to use PS-96A-400 engines, which were installed on the Il-90-1T, as a power plant on the Il-96-400M. The maximum thrust of these engines is 1,4 tons more than the PS-90A used on the IL-96-300 (16 tons).

      Video link.
      http://in24.org/economics/37236
    4. GibSoN
      GibSoN 14 September 2019 21: 34
      0
      Well then ... the Su-35 is a decent aircraft
      Why so much pathos? Let's be realistic. Su-35, the most technically advanced aircraft in the Russian Federation, in terms of flight characteristics. That is, in fact, this is a masterpiece of the aircraft industry of the Russian Federation in terms of flight characteristics. In general, that’s all that was technically possible at the moment, but they stuck it .. What’s impossible, stuck it in the Su-57. But this does not cancel the point. Which one? This is a completely different story))
  2. Nycomed
    Nycomed 14 September 2019 15: 32
    0
    Well, they would have reported where it flew from, how many times it refueled, the average speed on the route. And the fact that he will be in Turkey yesterday we knew, I would like details of the flight itself.
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    3. Starover_Z
      Starover_Z 14 September 2019 20: 27
      +1
      Quote: Nycomed
      Well, they would have reported where it flew from, how many times it refueled, the average speed on the route. And the fact that he will be in Turkey yesterday we knew, I would like details of the flight itself.

      I read the title of the article and remembered:
      On May 20, 1989, one of the most famous shoots from the late USSR took place. Captain Alexander Zuev, a 1st-class military pilot, hijacked a MiG-29 fighter from an air base in Georgian Senaki and flew to Turkish Trabzon, where he sought political asylum from the United States.
      Fearing complications in relations with the USSR, Turkey returned the MiG-29 the very next day. And the pilot was tried in absentia at home by a military tribunal.
      In subsequent years, Zuev advised the US Air Force before launching Operation Desert Storm and tested Soviet equipment in Seattle. By coincidence, it was she who “avenged” the defector: in 2001, a former Soviet officer crashed during a training flight on the Yak-52. In a month he would have turned only 40 years old.
      https://www.gazeta.ru/science/2019/05/20_a_12365041.shtml

      But this time officially. Looks like the Turks are actively agitating for the purchase of Russian technology.
      1. Nycomed
        Nycomed 14 September 2019 22: 26
        -1
        Is this the case with sleeping pills and shooting? If I understood correctly?
        1. Starover_Z
          Starover_Z 15 September 2019 10: 40
          +2
          Quote: Nycomed
          Is this the case with sleeping pills and shooting? If I understood correctly?

          Yes, when he was left in charge, and he treated all the officers that they could interfere with sleeping pills, and the sentry raised the shooting.
        2. Nycomed
          Nycomed 15 September 2019 11: 38
          -2
          A minus for what? For the truth?
  3. Well done
    Well done 14 September 2019 15: 39
    +4
    2200 km. not bad. Without refueling, maybe 4000.
  4. Vkd dvk
    Vkd dvk 14 September 2019 15: 47
    +8
    Quote: marshes
    have a rest for free.

    This is what you need to be envious and stupid in order to notice just that.
    And you try to draw something that ..... and go ahead, relax for free.
    But for this three higher educations will not be enough.
    1. marshes
      marshes 14 September 2019 15: 58
      -7
      Quote: Vkd dvk
      This is what you need to be envious and stupid in order to notice just that.

      And I didn’t see it.
      I don’t remember what year, and they brought the wives to the exhibition in Le Bourget, there was a scandal.
      Quote: Vkd dvk
      And you try to draw something that ..... and go ahead, relax for free.

      What do you think, there are those who stood behind the Kuhlmanns, there were leaders who were far from aviation.
  5. Chaldon48
    Chaldon48 14 September 2019 16: 05
    0
    The NATO empire seems to have cracked.
    1. Pavel57
      Pavel57 14 September 2019 16: 28
      0
      Cracks appear here and there. But before the collapse is not so soon.
    2. Nycomed
      Nycomed 14 September 2019 16: 44
      -1
      She didn’t give a crack. Ordinary blackmail by Erdogan. Incidentally, he was not the first to go off the beaten track. Remember the story of Greek Tsipras? Our then all got so excited that almost, with a fool, they didn’t make him in absentia the best friend of Russia. And thanks to blackmail, he asked the EU for the billions of euros that Greece needed and was like that about Russia not only didn’t say anywhere else, but he didn’t even remember about Russia.
      1. dauria
        dauria 15 September 2019 12: 51
        0
        Remember the story of Greek Tsipras?


        laughing You have few minuses for the unpleasant truth?
        1. Nycomed
          Nycomed 15 September 2019 13: 31
          -1
          And the "truth", it cannot be pleasant or unpleasant, this is not a girl. "Truth" is either there or not. What, for Tsipras I also lied?
  6. Lord of the Sith
    Lord of the Sith 14 September 2019 16: 12
    +1
    Russian multipurpose Su-35 fighter arrives in Turkey to participate in the Technofest technology festival


    Ooh, I already feel the Yankees indignation, their indignation, how so angry ))
  7. karabass
    karabass 14 September 2019 16: 43
    +3
    oh comrades, I myself am so critical of our government, because I know the price for them, you can’t but believe from personal experience!
    But it’s impossible, even good news to spread rot out of personal hostility! to those who hold power!
    And so your "patriotism" smells bad!
    1. armata_armata
      armata_armata 14 September 2019 16: 57
      -4
      But it’s impossible, even good news to spread rot out of personal hostility!

      Personally, I don’t really understand why the display and sale of modern weapons to NATO member countries was good news for Russian residents?
      And so your "patriotism" smells bad!

      Because he's without quotes?
      1. karabass
        karabass 14 September 2019 17: 15
        +3
        Yes, because no matter what a person invents or does, another person may or may not like it (Hesiot said a long time ago)
        If they want to buy our plane, then we did it well!
        And everyone has their own patriotism, because this is not the truth, but the truth that everyone has their own. One loves watermelon and the other pig cartilage, but this does not interfere with both loving the Motherland!
  8. armata_armata
    armata_armata 14 September 2019 16: 55
    -4
    He was late, it was necessary in due time to accompany the Su-24 to the borders of Turkey ....
  9. Mentat
    Mentat 14 September 2019 17: 01
    +4
    Quote: marshes
    Quote: Nycomed
    And who told you that they are going to rest there

    Read from the bottom.
    By the way, I’m surprised that the Russians didn’t have dementia surging through everyone, that I don’t remember and didn’t.
    If so, then nothing to chew on old age will take its toll.
    Why did you children, not long ago on a tape I saw pensioners sawing a swing, they say they would fasten it together. It would be prepared and everything should be given to the younger generation but it wouldn’t be there.

    In just a couple of years, your Russian language skills have sharply worsened and a certain negative about Russia has begun to appear. What is the reason? You used to talk in a positive way. Great insight has come that "they are bad," or does the helmsman indicate the only right way? What happened to you?
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      1. NN52
        NN52 14 September 2019 18: 56
        +2
        Bolot
        Don't "bury yourself" about literate people .. And about knowing everything and everyone, it's ugly ...
        It is better to take an example from your fellow countryman, Aydin Aimbetova. He and with the Russian language, and with ambition, everything is fine.
        I know firsthand ...
  10. Semurg
    Semurg 14 September 2019 17: 23
    +1
    All the same, Russian "patriots" are arranged strangely, they sold a new air defense system to the NATO country and are glad. Now they drove a new fighter to the bride and are happy again. But as soon as an article appears that, for example, the Kazakhs sent a couple of sergeants to study in the United States or conducted exercises of special units together with NATO, they raise an ope and shout that they were again betrayed. So you yourself are the first to hand over everyone and with the collapse of the Warsaw bloc and the collapse of the USSR and offered NATO from Lisbon to Vladivostok, then China would be happy with that.
    1. Zaurbek
      Zaurbek 14 September 2019 18: 37
      0
      The USSR collapsed and dismissed everyone.
  11. kunstkammer
    kunstkammer 14 September 2019 18: 04
    -5
    Quote: 210ox
    Yes, it is beautiful and wonderful that our aircraft have such maneuverability. However, the one who first discovers the enemy and delivers the exact blow wins the battle.

    Exactly. But our generals are still "at war" in 41 (Barmalei does not count). For them, probably still the main thing is to go to the tail of Messer and press the trigger.
    Sometimes it’s a pity that old planes have long been forgotten. In addition to North Korea, where the 2 software is still bombing the enemy at the training grounds. Put on such a plane a powerful radar and the same missiles .... and the invisible stealth is ready. wink The truth will be very cheap ... you won’t fill your pocket and you won’t build a palace.
  12. jonny64
    jonny64 14 September 2019 21: 01
    0
    Probably not “Recep Tayyir Erdogan”, but TayyPa ?!
  13. VyacheSeymour
    VyacheSeymour 14 September 2019 21: 41
    -1
    Exactly. But our generals are still "at war" in 41 (Barmalei does not count). For them, probably still the main thing is to go to the tail of Messer and press the trigger.

    Yes, maneuverability today is not about anything ... What kind of maneuverability do air defense missile defense systems have? ...- But the currencies at a time ...
    Today maneuverability is an indicator of the power and reliability of an engine., Reliability and perfection of a glider and electronics., Ease of control ...
  14. iouris
    iouris 14 September 2019 22: 40
    -1
    Have you stolen something?
  15. K-36
    K-36 14 September 2019 22: 43
    +2
    Quote: NN52
    Bolot
    Don't "bury yourself" about literate people .. And about knowing everything and everyone, it's ugly ...
    Better take an example from your fellow countryman, Aydina Aimbetova. He and with the Russian language, and with ambition, everything is fine.
    I know firsthand...


    Do you know Aydin? Maybe you crossed paths with him on the fields of the Internet? If yes, then I am ready to contact you with a personal request to drop links to sites on which Aydin appears. The thing is that I happened to be an instructor for that group of cosmonaut candidates, which included Shkaplerov, Ryazansky, Tarelkin, and Aydin with his fellow countryman Mukhtar. I have the best impressions of Aimbetov. I and my parachute team gladly invited Ayn to throw out the "bullet" during the pauses between jumps.
    By the way, the guys from the CPC (Cosmonaut Training Center) even then suggested that Aydin defended his graduate work (the docking unit of the spacecraft) by five.
    In a word, I will be glad for any clues about him. In my computer there are many photos and videos of that young Aydin.
    Sincerely, Victor.
    1. NN52
      NN52 14 September 2019 23: 03
      +1
      He is my classmate. HABACUL 93.
      We communicate constantly. But not on sites ... Once a year, personal communication ...
      And in 2015, we were not so young ....
      And even more so his epic entry into the history of astronautics.
      If anything, write in a personal ...
  16. K-36
    K-36 14 September 2019 23: 02
    +1
    Quote: Nycomed
    Well, they would inform you where it flew from, how many times it refuel, the average speed on the route. And the fact that he will be in Turkey yesterday we knew I would like details of the flight itself.


    Here are the guys who are very closely following what is happening in Syria, claim that the Su-35 flew from Khmeimim. And immediately upon arrival, he arranged for himself a training to show off.
    You can see it here
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=17&v=uCxwcuOqOas
  17. K-36
    K-36 14 September 2019 23: 16
    +1
    Quote: NN52
    He is my classmate. HABACUL 93.
    We communicate constantly. But not on sites ... Once a year, personal communication ...
    And in 2015, we were not so young ....
    And even more so his epic entry into the history of astronautics.


    My acquaintance with him happened already 14 years ago (in 2005). So I inserted the definition "young Aydin". Rather, in a friendly and humorous manner.
    Well, if something appears about Aydin, discard the link. I will be grateful.
    hi
    1. NN52
      NN52 15 September 2019 00: 14
      +1
      It is clear ... In those years he had a "lumpy first pancake" ... Politics ...
      And further, not everything was so easy and simple.
  18. Hadji Murat
    Hadji Murat 15 September 2019 02: 29
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    good advertising doesn't bother anyone
  19. Cry
    Cry 15 September 2019 05: 52
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    The Be-200 is a fire fighter who is unique in quality and has a great future, especially because of the fires raging on Earth. It's time to think about the UN and to procure a squadron to fight fires. For example, now would be needed in Portugal and Spain.
  20. Basarev
    Basarev 15 September 2019 18: 24
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    Earlier it was reported that Turkey expressed interest in acquiring the Russian multi-role fighter generation 4 ++ Su-35 and fifth-generation fighter Su-57. According to Turkish President Recep Tayir Erdogan, Ankara does not exclude the purchase of the Su-57 in the event of the United States' final refusal to sell the F-35, but so far the American fighter is in first place with Turkey.

    I would not sell the PAK FA to the Turks. It is very strange - to give a NATO member the most perfect and secret aircraft.
  21. EvilLion
    EvilLion 16 September 2019 09: 11
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    Actually, bmpd posted pictures from the event, a car flew in and participated in the bombing of pregnant Syrian retirees. 170 combat sorties. Maybe right from Khmeinima and flew. bully
  22. Super
    Super 16 September 2019 20: 22
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    Quote: svp67
    Quote: marshes
    Why not a lot, Le Bourget who is the buyer there, for example. Or is the Britons exhibition now. Emirates?

    Our combat aircraft do not fly to such exhibitions, and the British have not invited anyone to go to Britain and generally all.

    Yes, they are afraid of our aircraft.