UBS Yak-130: the first, created from scratch after the collapse of the USSR


The first designed and built from scratch post-Soviet military aircraft in Russia is the Yak-130. This is a combat training aircraft with which the industry is trying to provide the Russian Aerospace Forces and which is exported. Interest in affordable affordable UBS is expressed today by many countries of the world: from Africa to Southeast Asia.


But initially, not everything went smoothly with the Yak-130. Several accidents and emergency situations with these aircraft during training flights, complaints from pilots about the operation of the engine. In order to get rid of all these shortcomings, the creators of the Yak-130 took into account everything that was expressed by the pilots, proceeding to painstaking work.

To date, the aircraft has undergone significant changes, went through a series of improvements.

On the channel "Sladkov +" a film was released on the Yak-130 UBS. The film tells both about the production of these aircraft, and about how modern Russian UBS are operated in the Russian Aerospace Forces.

The video discusses the main characteristics and parameters of the Yak-130, evaluates the capabilities of this aircraft, and also presents several interviews with people who are directly related to the production of the Yak-130.
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  1. janeck 14 February 2020 15: 39 New
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    The Yak-130 (NATO codification: Mitten - “The Mitten”) is a Russian combat training aircraft developed by the Yakovlev Design Bureau together with the Italian company Aermacchi (at the final stage of development, the Italian company left the project, having received all the design and technical documentation for the glider, and launched its own aircraft; Yakovleva Design Bureau continued to develop the Yak-130 without a partner), to replace the L-39 training aircraft in the Russian Air Force.
    1. prior 14 February 2020 15: 50 New
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      Bravo. Your comment is more informative than the article.
      1. Pavel57 14 February 2020 15: 54 New
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        The Italians paid about 70 million. dollars for the project. There was no plane without their participation.
        Although the domestic competition won the MiG-AT.
        1. pavelty 14 February 2020 17: 05 New
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          Just the opposite, the Ministry of Defense preferred the Yak-130 ...
          1. Pavel57 14 February 2020 17: 23 New
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            The first place is Mig-AT, the second is Yak-130, the third Myasischevsky M-200, Sukhoi did not comply with the tender requirement .. But there was no money, Yak leaned against the Italian, MiG against the French. We know the result.
            1. Zaurbek 14 February 2020 22: 28 New
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              Yak130 was saved by Ukrainian turbojet engines, French stood on Mig
              1. Pavel57 15 February 2020 11: 13 New
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                Yak-130 saved Italian money.
                1. Zaurbek 15 February 2020 13: 16 New
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                  Moscow Region refused to buy TCB with foreign turbojet engines
                  1. Pavel57 16 February 2020 00: 40 New
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                    MO did not finance this project at all. And the MiG-AT was developed for two engine options. French and domestic. But it was not so much the engine, but the financing as a whole.
                  2. remal 5 March 2020 14: 33 New
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                    Yak-130 is not bad for export. Ukrainian engines replaced by Russian. Engines would not be bad to modify, so as not to be inferior to Ukrainian afterburners, which are sold with Chinese aircraft. AFAR radar. Avionics, everything is as usual.
  2. bk316 14 February 2020 15: 56 New
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    The first Yak-130 aircraft designed and built from scratch in the post-Soviet era in Russia is the Yak.

    Su-57 do not consider? Modernization of the su-27? Or in the sense of the first but not the last?
    1. Vladimir61 14 February 2020 16: 03 New
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      Quote: bk316
      Su-57 do not consider?

      So then he first constructed and built from scratch in the post-Soviet time! And what is the next in a row, you need to look ... SU-50 had the best practices in the Union, - SU 47 "Golden Eagle". Like so.
      1. bk316 14 February 2020 19: 40 New
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        SU-50 had the best practices in the Union, - SU 47 "Golden Eagle".

        Operating time? You just compare gliders - you’ll understand everything.
        1. Vladimir61 14 February 2020 20: 33 New
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          Quote: bk316
          Operating time? You just compare gliders - you’ll understand everything.

          Well, read it to the end in VIKA, when we thought about the fifth generation and what were the developments - SU 47 "Golden Eagle" and Mig 1.44 and compare. The thing is that the Yak-130 was created from scratch, there were no developments before that!
    2. Grigory_45 16 February 2020 14: 32 New
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      Quote: bk316
      Modernization of the su-27?

      themselves answered - modernizationI built a plane in the USSR

      Quote: bk316
      Su-57 do not consider?

      was he the first?

      Are you generally trained to read carefully? In the article, black in Russian says:
      The first military aircraft designed and built from scratch in the post-Soviet era in Russia is the Yak-130

      Yak-130 - the first flight in 1996, PAK FA - the first flight in 2010 (and research on the appearance of a promising fighter began back in the Union, in the 80s)
  3. Warrior MorePhoto 14 February 2020 15: 59 New
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    As I see the Yak 130, I immediately think about the modification of the attack aircraft.
    Put a little more powerful engines (being developed, maybe for this) time will tell), book, the main thing is to put a good electronic warfare.
    The advantages are such that the cadets who study, in fact, immediately become a combat unit, in wartime it is relevant, and in peacetime you can build up masters in this direction from the "diaper".
    Also, one of the advantages is its cost, as an export is interesting who can not afford something more serious, but at the same time more complicated.
    The option of using the help of NE and support for helicopters will never be superfluous.
    Without radar for us, for export at will and request.

    Ps
    With today's serious development of missile weapons, it can well control extended areas and water areas, receiving target designations and entering the network-centricity of troops.
    1. mmaxx 15 February 2020 04: 16 New
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      He is already combat training. And you can’t hang on him anymore. He is little.
    2. Grigory_45 16 February 2020 14: 26 New
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      Quote: Fighter MoreThings
      As I see the Yak 130, I immediately think about the modification of the attack aircraft

      under-attack aircraft. Yak-130 - small and frail, to hang on it something serious (armor, PRNK, weapons) and expect an acceptable range.
  4. Lamata 14 February 2020 16: 54 New
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    And Su 57, something I have not heard about the Soviet backlog in this plane.
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  6. Maks1995 April 8 2020 11: 07 New
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    Pretty boy.
    In the film, the value is named 21 million bucks.
    According to the media - much cheaper.
    Has it risen in price?