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Cadets of flying schools will begin to fly a year earlier

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Cadets of flying schools will begin to fly a year earlier

The Ministry of Defense is changing the pilot training program, returning the Soviet experience. Already in the spring of this year, cadets of the second courses of the military will begin to admit to the first flights aviation schools. Izvestia reports this with reference to the military department.


As stated in the Ministry of Defense, the admission of cadets to the first flights a year earlier will make it possible to better prepare pilots and give them more flight hours. Now, cadets will begin to receive flight practice from the second year, and not from the third, as it was before. Moreover, the first flights of second-year cadets will begin in the spring of this year.

The military department explained that in Soviet times, pilots began to fly from the second course, which made it possible at the earlier stages to weed out those who were "at odds with the sky." In modern Russia, the first flights began only with the third course.

According to available information, cadets will begin their first flights on the L-39, traditionally used since the Soviet Union to train future pilots. Cadets studying on military transport aircraft will begin flights on the L-410. From the fourth year, future pilots will transfer to the Yak-130, and "transporters" - to the An-26.

At the Krasnodar Higher Military Aviation School for Pilots, cadets will begin to carry out their first flights on light DA-42 aircraft this year. This machine weighs just over 1,2 tons, has two engines and a glass cabin providing 360-degree visibility. The flight range is about 1,5 thousand kilometers, the maximum height is about 5 thousand meters.

By the way, girls-cadets, second-year students in Krasnodar VVAUL, who have chosen the profession of pilots of military transport aviation, will be allowed to participate in the first flights.
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Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation
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  1. bistrov.
    bistrov. 26 February 2020 13: 23 New
    +8
    Well, right. It is high time...
    1. vkl.47
      vkl.47 26 February 2020 13: 37 New
      +1
      Then he fishes a lot in civil aviation. They get paid more.
      1. Livonetc
        Livonetc 26 February 2020 14: 23 New
        +4
        Civilian pilots are also needed, better than foreigners.
        1. vkl.47
          vkl.47 26 February 2020 14: 25 New
          0
          The fact of the matter is that they want to work beyond the hill.
          1. Cryvedco
            Cryvedco 26 February 2020 14: 31 New
            +2
            Yes, many people want, because the conditions are better there. At the same time, there are a lot of guys who would be glad of what they have, but they stupidly have no acceptable options to undergo flight training, and our high-ranking rams are not eager to correct this.
          2. vkl.47
            vkl.47 26 February 2020 14: 33 New
            +3
            China Southern

            Another major airline in China. The maximum pilot can get 1,8 million rubles per month. Moreover, its workload will be lower than that of most pilots of Russian airlines.

            By the way, in most airlines in China, pilots are entitled to more than a week-long weekend a month in a row in order to fly to their homeland and see their family. All tickets are paid.
            1. fleks
              fleks 26 February 2020 15: 46 New
              0
      2. Svetlana
        Svetlana 26 February 2020 14: 25 New
        +1
        Let them go. Military pilots always moved to civil aviation.
      3. Pete mitchell
        Pete mitchell 26 February 2020 14: 27 New
        +6
        Quote: vkl.47
        Then he fishes a lot in civil aviation

        The training program is being changed, we hope that they come to this - people should be kept in the service. In Soviet times, civilians did not really like the former military, but now they also have issues with licenses ..
  2. AlexVas44
    AlexVas44 26 February 2020 13: 39 New
    +1
    From the fourth year, future pilots will transfer to the Yak-130, and the "transports" - to the An-26.

    Future pilots are pilots, but "transport workers" are more likely future pilots. Something like this. laughing
    1. orionvitt
      orionvitt 26 February 2020 14: 52 New
      +3
      [quote = AlexVas44] [quote]
      Future pilots are pilots, but "transport workers" are more likely future pilots. Something like this. laughing[/ Quote]
      Somehow in general, yes. In military aviation - pilots, in civilian - pilots. The military - the commander of the ship, the civilians - the captain. It doesn’t matter, air or sea.
  3. Cryvedco
    Cryvedco 26 February 2020 14: 14 New
    +5
    It’s right - the sooner you start - the easier it is to study, and it’s a buzz at the age of 18 already from the second year, when in civilian universities they just soar their brains with matan, or even some kind of humanitarian heresy, such as sociology. Well, rejoice for the boys! (And now also for the girls)
  4. fleks
    fleks 26 February 2020 14: 28 New
    +1
    Quote: AlexVas44
    From the fourth year, future pilots will transfer to the Yak-130, and the "transports" - to the An-26.

    Future pilots are pilots, but "transport workers" are more likely future pilots. Something like this. laughing

    “This topic is so overused that it’s better not. You could, then, bring up the following topics Boots and jackets ... Plaque and dung. ... equally flawed and offending one of the parties --- ugly and unproductive
    1. AlexVas44
      AlexVas44 26 February 2020 15: 34 New
      +2
      This is not a hackneyed topic, in military aviation - a pilot on all documents and in circulation, so there is no offense or damage.
      1. fleks
        fleks 26 February 2020 15: 37 New
        -1
        Quote: AlexVas44
        This is not a hackneyed topic, in military aviation - a pilot on all documents and in circulation, so there is no offense or damage.

        To be more precise, KK PKK Shturman .... where did you see the pilots?
        1. AlexVas44
          AlexVas44 26 February 2020 15: 40 New
          +1
          I do not quite understand. And here the navigator, I had in mind precisely pilots in a full-time position ..
          1. fleks
            fleks 26 February 2020 15: 43 New
            -1
            I meant that if you mentioned documents, then they use the terms that I mentioned and not you
  5. voyaka uh
    voyaka uh 26 February 2020 15: 03 New
    0
    "weed out those who are" at odds with the sky "" ////
    ----
    Who is at odds - you can still find on the simulators. If the cadet is not able to take off, sit on the simulator, there is nothing to spend kerosene.
    1. Zoldat_A
      Zoldat_A 26 February 2020 15: 29 New
      10
      Quote: voyaka uh
      "weed out those who are" at odds with the sky "" ////
      ----
      Who is at odds - you can still find on the simulators. If the cadet is not able to take off, sit on the simulator, there is nothing to spend kerosene.

      Trainers will not show everything.

      Not everything, however, about aviation. Rather, about those "who are not friends."
      He himself once worked as a high-rise installer. The boy got to us. Dull, sensible. It just so happened that we worked for three months in a foundation pit and did not climb to a height of more than two meters. And then they sent us to dismantle the gantry crane (11 meters at the level of the service platform). He climbed once - the next day he did not go to work. I stopped by him in the evening (got sick, swollen?), And he sits healthy and sober at home. I quit, she says. Heights, he says, I'm afraid. And he didn’t know, he says.

      He served in the army - we had a couple of guys transferred somewhere - they were afraid to jump with a parachute.

      And on which simulator to reveal it? While the cadet with the instructor does not rise into the sky for the first time, not a single simulator will determine whether he is a pilot or not.
      I think so. hi

      And we have a lot of kerosene. laughing
    2. faridg7
      faridg7 27 February 2020 15: 06 New
      0
      my classmate at the school easily and freely mastered the simulator, and at the practical driving lessons it shook so much that it simply could not hold the steering wheel. So a motorist without a driver’s license was released; he could not even pass an internal exam. I think such cases are also enough for pilots.
      1. Cut Samshitov
        Cut Samshitov 27 February 2020 15: 35 New
        0
        Quote: faridg7
        my classmate at the school easily and freely mastered the simulator, and at the practical driving lessons it shook so much that it simply could not hold the steering wheel. So a motorist without a driver’s license was released; he could not even pass an internal exam. I think such cases are also enough for pilots.

        A real example: the school of warrant officers, training of mechanics at the Topol. As long as the cadet carries the rocket model, everything is fine. Before release, a combat mission with a missile is mandatory. Refuseniks were periodically identified. He can carry a blank, but not a rocket. The responsibility is great, scary.
      2. voyaka uh
        voyaka uh 27 February 2020 15: 58 New
        -2
        Sometimes it happens...
        But the opposite also happens.
        The United States is full of private jets and small airfields.
        There were cases when children, sitting at a computer simulator and slightly peeping at their dad, then drove away a family plane. And after all sat down safely!
  6. pavelty
    pavelty 26 February 2020 15: 28 New
    +1
    If such a scheme, then all the same some kind of intermediate training aircraft is needed ... with a flight hour cheaper than that of the Yak-130
  7. Kamchatsky
    Kamchatsky 26 February 2020 16: 17 New
    +3
    We flew in Yak-18T in Krasnoy Kut in the first year, 35 hours each. In military schools they always flew from the second year.
  8. Xambo
    Xambo 26 February 2020 16: 21 New
    +2
    The Ministry of Defense is changing the pilot training program, bringing back Soviet experience.

    It is high time for us to return the Soviet experience in education, economics, industry .. There is no one to work, some lawyers, economists and swindlers .. hi
  9. Bratok
    Bratok 26 February 2020 17: 51 New
    +3
    In Soviet times and from the first year, TVVAUL 1979-1983 flew on the L-29
    1. not main
      not main 26 February 2020 21: 50 New
      0
      Quote: Brother
      In Soviet times and from the first year, TVVAUL 1979-1983 flew on the L-29

      I support SVVAUL 1980-1984 on Mi-2, 4th year on Mi-8