VKS of the Russian Federation received two new combat training aircraft Yak-130

VKS of the Russian Federation received two new combat training aircraft Yak-130

For the first time since October 2018, the Russian Aerospace Forces received two new Yak-130 combat training aircraft. The aircraft will go to the Krasnodar Higher Military Aviation School for Pilots (KVVAUL) named after A.K. Serov.


A pair of new Yak-130 with tail numbers "01" and "02" "red" was captured during an intermediate landing at the Novosibirsk Tolmachevo airport during a flight from the Irkutsk Aviation Plant (IAZ) of PJSC Irkut Corporation to the Volgograd Region. airplanes must enter the training aviation KVVAUL base in Kotelnikovo (Volgograd region), and will be the first Yak-130 as part of this air base. The military department reminded that earlier the Yak-130 entered service with the Kushchevskaya, Borisoglebsk and Armavir training bases.

The arrival of the school’s technical services specialists at the Irkutsk Aviation Plant for acceptance of the Yak-130 was reported at the end of January this year.

According to the bmpd blog, these two Yak-130s are the first aircraft of this type built under an additional contract for the supply of several Yak-130 units concluded by the Russian Ministry of Defense with Irkut Corporation in 2019. Both aircraft were actually built on IAZ in 2019 and circled in November, but transferred to the KVVAUL only now.

Earlier, from 2009 to 2018, the Russian Ministry of Defense received 109 Yak-130 aircraft under various contracts - of which 12 of the first two series were built at Sokol Nizhny Novgorod Aviation Plant, and 97 more at the Irkutsk Aviation Plant.

Yak-130 (according to NATO codification: Mitten - "Mitten") is a Russian combat training aircraft developed by the Yakovlev Design Bureau to replace the L-39 training aircraft in the Russian Air Force. In the case of combat operations, the aircraft is able to perform the tasks of a light attack aircraft.
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  1. svp67 15 February 2020 13: 41 New
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    Two new TCBs, a drop or a lot, how many airplanes do we need now? What is the resource of the remaining residual Albatrosses?
    1. Pete mitchell 15 February 2020 14: 15 New
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      Quote: svp67
      What is the resource of the remaining residual Albatrosses?

      If I am not mistaken, then the last regiment in bulk received the L-39 was the Salyan Regiment, the current year in '88. So consider it. The planes of this regiment were destroyed in Khankala in the fall of '94.
    2. Andrey.AN 15 February 2020 14: 40 New
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      More than a hundred of them have already written, it’s not bad at all, even if for every senior student there’s an airplane for a year, then this is a hundred combat aviation pilots a year, you need another hundred planes a year, then this is per fleet of 3000 combat aircraft ( with an aircraft lifespan of 30 years), above the roof.
      1. svp67 15 February 2020 14: 54 New
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        Quote: Andrey.AN
        There are already more than a hundred of them written.

        But they are not all and always in service, when they have to “relax” and “go to the doctor” sometime ... So, in the best case, 80 aircraft are in constant readiness
        1. Andrey.AN 15 February 2020 14: 55 New
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          not bad though.
        2. Andrey.AN 15 February 2020 15: 12 New
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          Of course, they still need a hundred instructors.
  2. Zoldat_A 15 February 2020 13: 43 New
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    I understand ... "Market economy", free competition and other tales ...

    And what does “Rook” not like to saw an analogue 40 years after its creation?

    Nobody considers budget money? They are, as it were, general (read - draws, which means it’s easy to sleep ... to sing)
    And the Rooks "have already arrived and showed the villains what exactly is called" Popa ".
    1. Piramidon 15 February 2020 13: 48 New
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      Quote: Zoldat_A
      And what does “Rook” not like to saw an analogue 40 years after its creation?

      What did you find there "similar"? The machines are completely different in purpose.
    2. jonht 15 February 2020 13: 48 New
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      Rook is not a training aircraft, but the Yak-130 is a training aircraft, with the ability to become a Light attack aircraft.
      1. Andrei from Chelyabinsk 15 February 2020 13: 56 New
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        Light attack aircraft from him as from a rook intercontinental ballistic missile
        1. Genry 15 February 2020 14: 13 New
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          Quote: Andrey from Chelyabinsk
          Light attack from him as

          The Yak-130 will fit perfectly as an operational means of delivery of guided missiles and gliding bombs. Target designation falls on ground units or UAV reconnaissance.
          It can be operated from short soil strips. Unlike helicopters, it has a greater flight altitude (not available for MANPADS), higher speed, longer range and lower fuel consumption.
          1. Andrei from Chelyabinsk 15 February 2020 14: 39 New
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            Quote: Genry
            The Yak-130 will fit perfectly as an operational means of delivery of guided missiles and gliding bombs. Target designation falls on ground units or UAV reconnaissance.

            Will fit where? The aircraft is slow, with ammunition will have a meager range.
            Quote: Genry
            It can be operated from short soil strips.

            This is the length of the take-off and run under a kilometer? Oh well.
            Quote: Genry
            Unlike helicopters, it has a high altitude (not available for MANPADS)

            That is, you offer a subsonic airplane that is not equipped with either a radar or electronic warfare to fly at high altitudes, so as not to fall into the air defense zone of the infantry formation. How long will he live there in a modern conflict with a more or less equivalent opponent to tell, or figure it out for yourself? Or will every Yak-130 take off provide PAK FA for air clearing and tactical aviation strike groups to suppress enemy air defense?
            1. Genry 15 February 2020 15: 39 New
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              Quote: Andrey from Chelyabinsk
              The aircraft is slow, with ammunition will have a meager range.

              His speed is several times higher than that of a helicopter. Or do you think that you need supersonic, which fly a very limited time?
              Underwing load suspension very slightly impairs aerodynamic performance. Lifting capacity can be improved by eliminating the second place pilot.
              Quote: Andrey from Chelyabinsk
              This is the length of the take-off and run under a kilometer?

              A kilometer of road with small parking exits can always be found. A scraper can walk on the ground in a couple of days.
              Quote: Andrey from Chelyabinsk
              You offer a subsonic airplane that is not equipped with either a radar or electronic warfare to fly at high altitudes, so as not to fall into the air defense zone of the infantry formation. How much he will live there in a modern conflict with a more or less equivalent opponent

              We look at Syria. In addition to MANPADS, there is no other danger. And no one bothers to put means of passive protection, as on combat helicopters.
              He does not need to confront the enemy. He only needs to deliver a “load” and flush off. For this, it is enough to have up-to-date information on the environment (ground-based radar, AWACS).
              Quote: Andrey from Chelyabinsk
              Or will every Yak-130 take off provide PAK FA for air clearing and tactical aviation strike groups to suppress enemy air defense?

              The Yak-130 can itself suppress the ground near air defense missiles, although this is not his job anymore (there are attack aircraft). And he is not a fighter, he is just a delivery man, although an air-to-air missile can also ...

              Big win Yak-130 gives a great resource of the engine and glider - this is a profitable workhorse.
              1. Andrey.AN 15 February 2020 15: 48 New
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                The Yak-130 in the Russian Federation is a training machine, if they started to buy two or three pieces a year from the Ministry of Defense. In order not to stand idle, you need to look for an instructor for each Yak.
                1. Genry 15 February 2020 15: 50 New
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                  Quote: Andrey.AN
                  In order not to stand idle, you need to look for an instructor for each Yak.

                  Are you artificial intelligence (bot) ???
                  1. Andrey.AN 15 February 2020 15: 52 New
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                    Justify your question, what prompted you to it?
                    1. Genry 15 February 2020 15: 54 New
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                      Context break.
                      1. Andrey.AN 15 February 2020 16: 28 New
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                        clearly, I don’t even know the relation of artificial origin to natural in my logic.
                      2. Genry 15 February 2020 16: 37 New
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                        Absolutely: AI.
                      3. Andrey.AN 15 February 2020 16: 40 New
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                        AI is a perfect school, I have three.
                      4. Genry 15 February 2020 21: 38 New
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                        Quote: Andrey.AN
                        AI is a perfect school, I have three.

                        It’s just that the AI ​​disguises itself and wants to look like an average.
        2. Grigory_45 15 February 2020 18: 35 New
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          Quote: Genry
          He does not need to confront the enemy. He only needs to deliver a “load” and flush off.

          this is no longer an attack aircraft, but don’t understand what. Why not use the IL-130 instead of the Yak-76? It will take a lot of cargo, and can actually be operated at a dirt airport.

          Quote: Genry
          The Yak-130 can itself suppress the ground near air defense missiles, although this is not his job anymore (there are attack aircraft

          then what for the Yak-130, if all the same work can be done by attack aircraft ???

          In my opinion, you are looking for where to stick this plane, thinking up some tasks for it, which it can be a priori to deal with much worse than "normal" combat aircraft.
          1. Genry 17 February 2020 11: 06 New
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            Quote: Gregory_45
            this is no longer an attack aircraft, but don’t understand what.

            You are definitely not a reader. Where I wrote: Yak-130 is a ground attack aircraft? And do not write that I also wrote about the fighter ...
            Quote: Gregory_45
            Why not use the IL-130 instead of the Yak-76?

            Take .... Just how much will the departure cost?
            Quote: Gregory_45
            then what for the Yak-130, if all the same work can be done by attack aircraft ???

            The attack aircraft is designed for high resistance to fire. He has a lot of armor, and this is an extra load and is not needed if missiles and planning bombs are used from a distance of about 100 km - it is not economical.
            Quote: Gregory_45
            In my opinion, you are looking for where to stick this plane, thinking up some tasks for it, which it can be a priori to deal with much worse than "normal" combat aircraft.

            This aircraft is very beneficial for the use of precision weapons. Read my comments above.
            1. Grigory_45 17 February 2020 12: 02 New
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              Quote: Genry
              You're definitely not a reader

              and you are not a writer

              your concept of an airplane - a missile / bomb platform from the Yak-130 - as a fighter from a strategic missile carrier

              You probably can’t imagine that the car will have to be completely redone. To put more powerful engines, increase fuel supply, strengthen the glider, replace avionics ... and all this for the sake of the dubious opportunity to carry a pair of KAB weighing up to 500 kg? There are doubts about missile weapons, because (even without speaking about the capabilities of avionics), each pylon of an aircraft can lift no more than 500 kg. Really the same problems cannot be solved by already existing IS and attack aircraft ??? What for a goat button accordion, why to fence a garden?
              There was a Yak-130 TCB, and he should stay with it. Combat missions (and much more efficiently) will be performed by combat aircraft.
        3. Andrei from Chelyabinsk 15 February 2020 20: 00 New
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          Quote: Genry
          His speed is several times higher than that of a helicopter.

          And two orders of magnitude higher than that of a pedestrian, but that does not make him a good light attack aircraft
          Quote: Genry
          Or do you think that you need supersonic, which fly a very limited time?

          Not necessary. Although generally supersonic is sometimes useful as a means of minimizing the time spent in the enemy air defense reach zone. But yes, an attack aircraft can do without it, of course.
          Quote: Genry
          Underwing load suspension very slightly impairs aerodynamic performance.

          very much worse if you suspend the maximum 3 tons of ammunition. Both range and maneuverability will fall.
          Quote: Genry
          A kilometer of road with small parking exits can always be found

          Pull there barrels of aviation gasoline, people for maintenance, cover air defense systems and air defense systems, providing a layered air defense ... Isn’t it easier to use normal aviation, with a sufficient combat radius, without inventing all this?
          Quote: Genry
          We look at Syria.

          There is drying, there are helicopters, no UCs. Syria supplied, yes, but we do not use it ourselves.
          Quote: Genry
          In addition to MANPADS, there is no other danger.

          I agree with you that a counter-insurgency fight — that is, a fight against an adversary who a priori has nothing steeper than MANPADS — is possible for the Yak-130. But is it worth it to fence the garden?
          Quote: Genry
          The Yak-130 can itself suppress the ground near air defense missiles

          He can't, he doesn't have the equipment for this. That is, he can deliver ammunition if someone finds out everything for him, but then sending him to suppression is not the best choice
          1. Genry 17 February 2020 11: 22 New
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            Quote: Andrey from Chelyabinsk
            that doesn't make him a good light attack aircraft

            And you are also “not a reader” ... Yes, you are not the only one. Where did I write about the attack aircraft?
            Further, in this vein, it makes no sense to answer you.
            Quote: Andrey from Chelyabinsk
            that counterinsurgency

            Here you specifically designated yourself. Where are you broadcasting from? Guardian of rainbow-colored European values ​​...
            1. Andrei from Chelyabinsk 17 February 2020 17: 29 New
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              Quote: Genry
              And you are also “not a reader” ... Yes, you are not the only one. Where did I write about the attack aircraft?

              Did I reproach you for writing this? I just voiced my position.
              Quote: Genry
              Further, in this vein, it makes no sense to answer you.

              It is obvious. In order to answer me, you need to own at least a little materiel.
              Quote: Genry
              Here you specifically designated yourself. Where are you broadcasting from? Guardian of rainbow-colored European values ​​...

              But with such a "psychoanalysis" - to your doctor. Maybe it will help, although somehow it is doubtful ... however, I'm not a psychiatrist. In general, you are just trying to jump off a topic that is clearly uncomfortable for you, you just make this horror as clumsy and stupid ...
      2. NN52 15 February 2020 17: 41 New
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        It could have been so ... but for "SCHOOL PARTY" this is unnecessary.
        1. pavelty 17 February 2020 11: 52 New
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          A radar, of course, is needed, but this time, OCD and money, and our Ministry of Defense is not interested in this ...
      3. Piramidon 15 February 2020 17: 43 New
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        Quote: Andrey from Chelyabinsk
        This is the length of the take-off and run under a kilometer?

        Ek, you round the numbers from 550 to 1000
        1. Grigory_45 15 February 2020 18: 41 New
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          Quote: Piramidon
          Ek, you round the numbers from 550 to 1000

          The take-off length of the Yak-130 is from 510 to 940 m, a smaller value for take-off without a load, a larger value with a load. If the 130th acts as a ground attack aircraft, then a priori carries a combat load and PTB, is not it? So it turns out - a run for a kilometer
          1. Andrei from Chelyabinsk 15 February 2020 20: 01 New
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            That's right, thanks for answering
  3. jonht 15 February 2020 14: 21 New
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    Rook is a full-fledged attack aircraft, with an armored capsule and multiple dubbing systems. The Yak-130 is primarily a training aircraft with an aiming system and can use various weapons (radar is a separate issue), but does not have protection. In wartime, MAY be used as a light attack aircraft. No one demands from him what Grach can do, they are different machines with different capabilities. Like IPC and BOD, both are anti-submariners, but there are no differences.
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    2. Grigory_45 15 February 2020 18: 42 New
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      Quote: jonht
      In wartime, CAN be used as a light attack aircraft

      add: in local wars of low intensity against a obviously weaker enemy who does not have any effective air defense
  4. Piramidon 15 February 2020 15: 09 New
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    Quote: Andrey from Chelyabinsk
    Light attack aircraft from him as from a rook intercontinental ballistic missile

    Even this is called a light attack aircraft. And to him before the Yak-130, as ...
    1. Grigory_45 15 February 2020 18: 46 New
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      Quote: Piramidon
      Even this is called a light attack aircraft. And to him before the Yak-130, as ...

      "Tukanoklass" in local conflicts of low intensity and counterinsurgency is preferable to the Yak-130. The latter has only one advantage - it is speed.
      The toucan has a reservation, although it is frail, but it does. A smaller thermal signature. Better maintainability and low runway requirements. May hang longer in the air. As a counterguerrilla attack aircraft and support for ground forces, I would choose Toucan
  • Zoldat_A 16 February 2020 04: 47 New
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    Quote: jonht
    Rook is not a training aircraft, but the Yak-130 is a training aircraft, with the ability to become a Light attack aircraft.

    Chechens who were proud on the L-29 hung something there, and they called IT for themselves "Chechen aviation." So don’t tell me about the “civil!” And “training” version of what flies.

    Unless, of course, this is a "Crocodile" - to him, to its creators and to its spinners - thanks infinite. For a life.
  • Pete mitchell 15 February 2020 14: 26 New
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    Quote: Zoldat_A
    what does “Rook” not like for sawing an analogue 40 years after its creation?

    No no, you are an experienced specialist, do not compare. The Rook was created to work in conditions of tough opposition: therefore, it is built around an armored box and sharpened for survival. 130 is focused on training and the ideas laid down are very advanced, there are questions for implementation. Impact capabilities are such a bonus, not the main one.
    130 will not be able to
    Quote: Zoldat_A
    The Rooks "have already arrived and shown to the villains what exactly is called" Popa ".
  • Thrifty 15 February 2020 14: 04 New
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    On its basis, it is necessary to create a separate assault version, with armor protection, necessarily AFAR.
    1. Genry 15 February 2020 14: 16 New
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      Quote: Thrifty
      Based on it, you need to create a separate assault version

      With your wishes, it will be a completely different plane, suspiciously similar to the Su-25 Grach.
      Quote: Thrifty
      necessarily afar

      Why is this old stuff ...
    2. Marconi41 15 February 2020 16: 12 New
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      Quote: Thrifty
      On its basis, it is necessary to create a separate assault version, with armor protection, necessarily AFAR.

      130th as a one-time attack aircraft. In Russia, it is only training, but if someone in the world has one-time pilots, then here it is.
      Morality: the prefix attack aircraft in this case is export.
    3. Grigory_45 15 February 2020 18: 47 New
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      Quote: Thrifty
      assault option, with armor protection, necessarily AFAR.

      so that one such nedosturmovik cost as much as three "Rooks" ???
      1. Malyuta 15 February 2020 19: 11 New
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        Quote: Gregory_45
        so that one such nedosturmovik cost as much as three "Rooks" ???

        With the right cut, it can cost as much as 5 rooks.
    4. Malyuta 15 February 2020 19: 17 New
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      Quote: Thrifty
      On its basis, it is necessary to create a separate assault version, with armor protection, necessarily AFAR.

      You are just a genius !!! and if you finish it a little more, then a front-line bomber can happen, prala?
  • master 52 15 February 2020 14: 35 New
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    two new planes are better than nothing, in February two we have another 10 months so everything is fine
    1. agond 15 February 2020 17: 32 New
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      Soon they will report on the replacement of two landing gear wheels from one training aircraft.
    2. Malyuta 15 February 2020 19: 07 New
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      Quote: 52 master
      than nothing

      you’re not a real master, because nothing is written through “and”, but instead of studying grammar, you write optimistic comments on a cosmic scale and cosmic stupidity. I would like to wish you good luck in your hard and hopeless work. hi
      1. master 52 16 February 2020 09: 00 New
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        thanks for the comments.
  • Vladimir Mashkov 15 February 2020 18: 49 New
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    They say: they do not build enough planes, ships, ships, before (in the USSR and - especially in the Great Patriotic War) they produced much more, in dozens. Yes it was. But then that was the WAR, the USSR! And the planes were easier. And now they are constantly (albeit little by little) BUILDING and RELEASING good equipment, often the best in the world. And few countries can boast of it! And there will be an opportunity - they will build more!
    1. Malyuta 15 February 2020 19: 01 New
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      Quote: Vladimir Mashkov
      And now they are constantly (albeit little by little) BUILDING and RELEASING good equipment, often the best in the world. And few countries can boast of it! And there will be an opportunity - they will build more!

      you wrote so touchingly that even my cat shed a tear, from the understanding that before the appearance of the indicated possibilities, he will not survive the poor fellow.
  • cat Rusich 15 February 2020 22: 19 New
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    Yak-130 is good because it can train at the initial stage of training fighter pilots and attack pilots on 1 (one) aircraft. You only need to change the settings in the cab on the universal instrument panel. It would be necessary to change all L-39s already 10 years ago and already change the first Yaks to new ones. I recall the first flight of the Yak-130 made on April 25, 1996 - we harnessed for a long time. Recall the MiG-AT - a competing Yak-130, positioned as a UBS with the capabilities of a light attack fighter, released - 2 pcs, "sunk into oblivion."
    1. Saxahorse 16 February 2020 22: 22 New
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      Quote: cat Rusich
      Yak-130 is good because it can train at the initial stage of training fighter pilots

      The Yak-130 is not suitable for elementary training, too complicated to manage. We generally do not have a normal aircraft for the initial training of military pilots.
      1. illuminat 19 February 2020 17: 46 New
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        Quote: Saxahorse
        The Yak-130 is not suitable for elementary training, too complicated to manage.

        Everything in the world is relative. A friend of mine considered the Yak-52 too "serious" for elementary schooling, and in the opinion of many, the L-39 was a "bicycle."
        As for me, the Elka is very good, a desk for thousands of pilots.