It is reported on the timing of deliveries of Su-57 fighters to the Russian Aerospace Forces


By mid-2020, the first fifth-generation fighter Su-57 will go into service with the Russian Air Force. This was announced by Deputy Minister of Defense Alexei Krivoruchko in an interview with the Krasnaya Zvezda newspaper.


At the first stage, aircraft equipped with engines of the fourth generation aircraft (the so-called "first stage") will be delivered. They will enter the army until the middle of next year. And at the end of testing new fighters with fifth-generation engines (the "second stage"), the second part of the delivery will begin. Aircraft equipped with these new power plants will have significant advantages over their predecessors, as these engines have increased fuel efficiency. They also reduced the cost of the life cycle, increased traction.

In addition, Alexey Krivoruchko during the interview mentioned the upcoming tests of the new S-500 Prometheus air defense system.

Actually, the first Su-57 of the new generation of VKS were supposed to be received before the end of 2019, but due to the fall of a combat vehicle near Komsomolsk-on-Amur during a test flight on December 24 of this year, the delivery dates had to be shifted. It was this aircraft that was planned to be sent to the troops first.

This was the only case of the loss of a fifth-generation Russian fighter due to an accident. Earlier, the Su-57 were tested including in the airspace of Syria.
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  1. svp67 28 December 2019 15: 54 New
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    Oh ... personally, I’m already afraid to guess. Well, good luck anyway, to everyone who is involved in the production and refinement of this aircraft. The car looks very beautiful, and beautiful planes, according to Tupolev, cannot fly badly ... it remains to be proved
    1. Aaron Zawi 28 December 2019 16: 06 New
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      Quote: svp67
      Oh ... personally, I’m already afraid to guess. Well, good luck anyway, to everyone who is involved in the production and refinement of this aircraft. The car looks very beautiful, and beautiful planes, according to Tupolev, cannot fly badly ... it remains to be proved

      By the way, how do you like this news?

      Yesterday, December 27, the Algerian information portal menadefense.net announced that the Algerian Ministry of Defense concluded a major contract for the purchase of Russian military aircraft.
      The Algerian press calls the contract information “almost official.” And including 14 Su-57E fighters (export version), 14 Su-35 fighters and 14 Su-34 fighter-bombers. Algerian crews will be trained with the help of Russian Yak-130 training aircraft. The price of the contract is $ 6 billion. If the information on the conclusion of the contract is confirmed, Algeria will become the first foreign buyer of Russian fifth-generation combat aircraft.
      It is also reported that the decision to purchase the Su-57E was made during the visit of the Algerian delegation to the MAKS-2019 air show.
      According to the publication, by 2025, the Algerian Air Force plans to deploy 2 squadrons of Su-30MKA and one squadron of Su-57E and Su-35. The modernized Su-24M will join the Su-34 squadron.





      1. svp67 28 December 2019 16: 14 New
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        The news is good ... only after the recent Su-57 accident will we have to prove that it was an ACCIDENT.
        And somehow interesting numbers are 14 Su57E + 14 Su35C is 28 ... 70-28 = 42 ????? 42 cars of what brand will be? Fortunately, the choice we have now is rich in Su-30, Su-35, Su-57, MiG-35. Also with bombers 54-14 = 40. 40 of which bombers, then here we have a choice not rich Su-24, again Su-34, and maybe attack aircraft Su-25?
        1. 1976AG 28 December 2019 17: 21 New
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          We do not have to prove anything. His tests have not yet been completed, he has not been accepted into service, and in fact there is nothing special. Long-tested aircraft are also falling. Name at least one aircraft model in the history of which there has not been a single crash. So no panic.
          1. Herman 4223 28 December 2019 17: 32 New
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            It has been accepted into service; it has not been put into the troops; this is a little different.
            1. 1976AG 28 December 2019 17: 36 New
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              When was it adopted? I probably missed?
          2. evgenii67 28 December 2019 18: 56 New
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            A-380 for example
          3. saturn.mmm 29 December 2019 07: 44 New
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            Name at least one aircraft model in the history of which there has not been a single crash.

            IL-96.
            1. 1976AG 29 December 2019 07: 47 New
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              Well done, of course, in two days they found two models, but the essence of the matter didn’t change from that. 99,99% of cars beat both in tests and after.
        2. Uncle Izya 28 December 2019 17: 44 New
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          That Boeing 737 max crashed 2 aircraft dismissed the director general director program was closed and what company
        3. Chaldon48 29 December 2019 01: 00 New
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          Before launching a series of convertiplanes, the Americans ruined a lot of people during the tests, according to some reports, about 30 people died.
      2. Dmitry Donskoy 28 December 2019 16: 20 New
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        The information is worthy of attention. If this is not a duck, we wish success to our Sushki in the international arena. soldier
      3. Uncle Izya 28 December 2019 17: 42 New
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        http://avia.pro/news/alzhir-pokazal-pokupaemye-u-rossii-istrebiteli-su-57-i-su-35
    2. Uncle Izya 28 December 2019 17: 41 New
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      Is it written on the aviation website that Algeria has already purchased su-57E breshet?
      1. Cottodraton 28 December 2019 18: 02 New
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        Avia.pro is a garbage dump where they write all sorts of crap. There is a sensation there
  2. tlauicol 28 December 2019 15: 56 New
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    How much did you order at least?
    1. Herman 4223 28 December 2019 17: 33 New
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      76 aircraft.
  3. sergey32 28 December 2019 15: 57 New
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    The plane is a pity. It's a shame, annoying, but okay. We’ll build new ones.
    1. Herman 4223 28 December 2019 17: 38 New
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      They wrote that the plane was insured. Some desk got on a couple of lards forever wooden.
  4. bars1 28 December 2019 15: 59 New
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    Quote: Tlauicol
    How much did you order at least?

    74 + 1 in 2019 and 1 in 2020
    1. Xenofont 28 December 2019 16: 06 New
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      74 is up to 27 years in the plans. How many 1 stage is not known. New engine no earlier than 25 years.
  5. Altai72 28 December 2019 15: 59 New
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    [/ quote] At the first stage, aircraft equipped with engines of aircraft of the fourth generation (the so-called "first stage") will be delivered. [quote]

    But this is at least not fair.
  6. Thrifty 28 December 2019 16: 03 New
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    That is, at least two planes should arrive at the Lipetsk Center next year. ..
  7. PIXY_117 28 December 2019 16: 10 New
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    Quote: Thrifty
    That is, at least two planes should arrive at the Lipetsk Center next year. ..

    As many as 2. These are volumes.
  8. Aaron Zawi 28 December 2019 16: 19 New
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    Quote: svp67
    The news is good ... only after the recent Su-57 accident will we have to prove that it was an ACCIDENT.
    And somehow interesting numbers are 14 Su57E + 14 Su35C is 28 ... 70-28 = 42 ????? 42 cars of what brand will be? Fortunately, the choice we have now is rich in Su-30, Su-35, Su-57, MiG-35. Also with bombers 54-14 = 40. 40 of which bombers, then here we have a choice not rich Su-24, again Su-34, and maybe attack aircraft Su-25?

    Looked at the source. There specifically is such a message.

    C'est désormais quasi officiel, l'Algérie aurait signé un contrat pour l'acquisition de 14 chasseurs furtifs Su-57 et devient le premier client à qui le fabricant Sukhoï exportera ce fleuron de l'aviation de combat russe.
    Les forces aériennes algériennes auraient aussi signées deux autres contrats pour 14 bombardiers Su-34 et 14 appareils de domination aérienne Su-35. Une option pour deux autres escadrons de 14 appareils pour chaque type d'avion a aussi été signée pour palier au retrait naturel d'appareils de la flotte de l'armée de l'air à l'avenir.
    Le contrat devrait être achevé à l'horizon 2025, à cette échéance l'armée algérienne déploiera deux escadres de Su-30MKA, un de Su-57, un de Su-35 et un de Mig-29M2 pour la chasse, deux escadrons de Su-24 modernisés et un de Su-34 pour la flotte de bombardiers. La transformation des pilotes se fera avec les Yak-130.
    Pendant longtemps l'Algérie a négocié l'achat de Su-34 et de Su-35 avec des hauts et des bas dans la négociation et des exigences particulières. D'abord, pas de Su-32, la version export du bombardier Su-34, surt après le retour d'expérience en Syrie ensuite un long débat interne sur l'option de prendre plus de Su-30 ou même se tourner vers un autre partenaire que la Russie, ou poursuivre la modernization de la flotte avec Moscou.
    La décision a été tranché l'été 2019 après la visite d'une délégation algérienne au salon aéronautique MAKS à Moscou. Lors de cette visite conduite par le Commandant des forces aériennes le Général Major Boumaiza, le Su-57 a été examiné sous toutes ses coutures, l'ancien pilote de Mig-29 algérien a même été un des rares étrangers é essurt'av russe sur simulateur. C'est lui qui aurait tranché sur l'avenir des acquisitions de l'armée de l'air après cinq années de tergiversations et de perte de temps. La montée en puissance de l'armée de l'air marocaine avec l'acquisition de 25 F-16 Viper et l'apparition de F-35 dans la flotte italienne ont motivé la prise de décision rapide de l'Algérie.
    Avec ce contrat, l'Algérie deviendra le premier pays de la rive Sud de la Méditerranée à disposer d'avions furtifs et d'appareils de 5e génération après avoir été le premier à introduire des avions de 4e génération.
    Des médias internationaux confirment aujourd'hui l'information sur l'acquisition des Su-57.

    1. Thrifty 28 December 2019 16: 33 New
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      Aron, at least good news from you! hi
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  9. nikolas 83 28 December 2019 16: 25 New
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    They would say so in fact. He entered the army. And then in this year and this or that month. And so the deadlines are constantly shifting.
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  11. Alien From 28 December 2019 16: 48 New
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    Good luck, good luck and clear sky !!!!!
  12. PIXY_117 28 December 2019 17: 03 New
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    Quote: Pied Piper
    Let the men accelerate .. They are very needed now! Otherwise, they will bait Russia .. You’re giggling at us

    They have already accelerated once that the first car burned to the ground. Is this not enough for you?
    1. Voyager 28 December 2019 21: 32 New
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      I doubt that you are on the western sites giving out tips to "slow down" in relation to the F-35, which together with the F-22 are lost a lot out of the blue.
      1. PIXY_117 28 December 2019 23: 36 New
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        Quote: Voyager
        I doubt that you are on the western sites giving out tips to "slow down" in relation to the F-35, which together with the F-22 are lost a lot out of the blue.

        A lot, how much? Only a percentage of the released cars compare.
        1. Voyager 29 December 2019 11: 24 New
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          This is 5 F-22 and a minimum of 5 F-35 and 3 times more than various accidents. If you want a percentage ratio, then such comparisons should be made on the execution of production contracts, then there will be a complete picture.
          1. PIXY_117 29 December 2019 12: 58 New
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            4 F-22 and 2 F-35 - do not lie here. We have more than 600 cars released and 6 lost, and on the other hand 11 released and 1 lost. The percentage to calculate, I think you will not be a problem.
            1. Voyager 29 December 2019 15: 15 New
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              Turn on your head before blaming lies.

              You forgot YF-22A (ser. Number 87-0701), so 5.

              F-35A (s / n AF-27, r / n 10-5015) - accident, decommissioned.
              F-35B (s / n BF-06, r / n 168057) - accident, decommissioned.
              F-35A (s / n AF-63, r / n 12-5052) - in 2016, due to an engine failure, it caught fire and has not yet been restored.
              Another F-35B assigned to the 501st Squadron of U.S. Navy U.S. Navy strike fighters crashed on September 28, 2018.
              And on April 9, the Japanese F-35A crashed.

              If your brains work correctly, it will not be difficult for you at least from the second attempt to understand that the percentage ratio becomes more relevant in accordance with the increase in the sample.
    2. The popuas 29 December 2019 07: 48 New
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      There are all problems from such accelerators, to report that everything is smooth, but in fact zilch, then they are looking for the guilty ...
  13. Piramidon 28 December 2019 17: 35 New
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    By mid-2020, the first fifth-generation fighter Su-57 will go into service with the Russian Air Force. This was announced by Deputy Minister of Defense Alexei Krivoruchko in an interview with the Krasnaya Zvezda newspaper.

    It would be better to make deliveries in silence, without any preliminary statements, messages. And then already how much of this unfulfilled balobolstvo (with a shift to the right) was there. That's when they put it - then they would have informed.
    1. Seaflame 28 December 2019 20: 09 New
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      I agree, weary of unnecessary bravado. Silently and without sensations, things must be done!
      1. Piramidon 28 December 2019 20: 28 New
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        Quote: Seaflame
        I agree, weary of unnecessary bravado. Silently and without sensations, things must be done!

        The main thing is that when it turns out that these messages of theirs did not come true, they do not even admit that they lied and did not apologize, but immediately make regular promising messages. Again they lie and do not blush.
      2. Sarkazm 30 December 2019 04: 26 New
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        Then it is necessary that there should be MATTERS in the economy, and so there is a late rearmament, on duty and mundane in any other situation, but since there is nothing more to surprise and distract the noise-heads, they are told about airplanes and tanks that will be another ten years old, and then again late for a decade to upgrade more than one year.
        All this is necessary, but how it is presented is bitter and ridiculous.
  14. Sarduor 28 December 2019 17: 49 New
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    Algeria will purchase 14 su-57 and 14 su-34, until 2025. Have you heard? Or do you not view the foreign press?
  15. rotkiv04 28 December 2019 18: 16 New
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    Do not say gop until you jump over, and even more so with deffective managers
    1. prior 29 December 2019 08: 58 New
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      You are so vain.
      If the deputy himself. Minister! and with such a wonderful surname - Krivoruchko, he said they’ll do it, then they’ll do it.
      But I think that everything will be as always .... and in this you are right.
  16. PIXY_117 29 December 2019 20: 06 New
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    Quote: Voyager
    Turn on your head before blaming lies.

    You forgot YF-22A (ser. Number 87-0701), so 5.

    F-35A (s / n AF-27, r / n 10-5015) - accident, decommissioned.
    F-35B (s / n BF-06, r / n 168057) - accident, decommissioned.
    F-35A (s / n AF-63, r / n 12-5052) - in 2016, due to an engine failure, it caught fire and has not yet been restored.
    Another F-35B assigned to the 501st Squadron of U.S. Navy U.S. Navy strike fighters crashed on September 28, 2018.
    And on April 9, the Japanese F-35A crashed.

    If your brains work correctly, it will not be difficult for you at least from the second attempt to understand that the percentage ratio becomes more relevant in accordance with the increase in the sample.

    Turn on the brain, we are talking directly about cars crashed during the flight.