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UAC showed the upgraded TCB L-39 Albatross

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UAC showed the upgraded TCB L-39 Albatross

The Myasishchev Experimental Machine-Building Plant (EMZ, part of the UAC) is completing the modernization of the main training aircraft L-39, which is used for the initial training of future pilots in aviation schools of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation.


The upgraded aircraft received a new Russian-made avionics, a new color with domestic enamels, the engines remained the same. Work is underway to replace components with Russian counterparts. After the completion of modernization, the aircraft will be transferred to the control tests of the Ministry of Defense. The choice of EMZ as the contractor for the modernization of the aircraft is due to the fact that since 1997 the plant has been providing design support for the operation and repair of L-39.

As part of the replacement of non-repairable and obsolete components, the aircraft received a new avionics of completely Russian production. (...) painting the car with domestic enamels with high weather resistance, strength and elasticity

- says the KLA message.

Note that despite the statements of the Russian Ministry of Defense on replacing the L-39 in the educational institutions with Russian Yak-130s, Czechoslovak-made aircraft continue to be the main aircraft for initial flight training. The Yak-130 was expensive, but its procurement continues. To date, according to some reports, in the Russian Aerospace Forces are in service 154 L-39 and 107 Yak-130.

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PJSC United Aircraft Corporation
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  1. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 5 June 2020 15: 54 New
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    I thought they were all written off ... and the engines there are Ukrainian, it seems. Oh, these engines ...
    1. Zaurbek
      Zaurbek 5 June 2020 15: 58 New
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      I skate past Armavir for work ... both Yaki and Elki fly. And, that pleases, constantly fly.
      1. Grandfather
        Grandfather 5 June 2020 16: 11 New
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        We have exactly the 21st century in the yard? winked
        1. Ratmir_Ryazan
          Ratmir_Ryazan 5 June 2020 16: 16 New
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          We have exactly the 21st century in the yard? winked


          And what are the doubts ?! According to your cadet, you must immediately put on a Su-57 and learn to fly on it?
          1. really
            really 5 June 2020 16: 19 New
            -8
            Since they are not yet serial, it’s so safer.
          2. Grandfather
            Grandfather 5 June 2020 16: 41 New
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            Quote: Ratmir_Ryazan
            We have exactly the 21st century in the yard? winked


            And what are the doubts ?! According to your cadet, you must immediately put on a Su-57 and learn to fly on it?

            and they are, 57 then?
          3. olegfbi
            olegfbi 5 June 2020 17: 56 New
            +7
            Quote: Ratmir_Ryazan
            We have exactly the 21st century in the yard? winked


            And what are the doubts ?! According to your cadet, you must immediately put on a Su-57 and learn to fly on it?

            Without any irony!
            Maybe I'm wrong, but it seems to me that the initial flight training in general can and should begin at PO-2. Cheap, cheerful and safe!
        2. svp67
          svp67 5 June 2020 18: 45 New
          +4
          Quote: Dead Day
          We have exactly the 21st century in the yard?

          Well, judging by the fact that you don’t have a tear-off calendar on your desk, there’s a desk calendar on your desk, and the battery is in your cell phone, since you can’t look there, most likely.
          And at the expense of the plane, it's the right way. They must be used until the power elements are completely worn out. There should be training machines many times, and until there is a full replacement for the Albatross, then you should not be picky, suitable machines should be modernized and then serve as a "training desk"
          1. 113262a
            113262a 5 June 2020 21: 48 New
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            There are also Dolphins! And also they fly cool!
            1. svp67
              svp67 6 June 2020 07: 12 New
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              Quote: 113262
              There are also Dolphins! And also they fly cool!

              They are there, but now they are suitable only for initial pilot training in the DOSAAF system, which is happening ...
        3. Normal ok
          Normal ok 8 June 2020 00: 21 New
          -5
          Quote: Dead Day
          We have exactly the 21st century in the yard? winked

          You do not understand anything. This is a breakthrough that has no analogues in the world.
      2. Pashhenko Nikolay
        Pashhenko Nikolay 5 June 2020 18: 28 New
        +2
        Sorry, but I live in Armavir and the Elks have not been flying for six years. Only Yak-130 and Mig-29.
        1. Zaurbek
          Zaurbek 5 June 2020 18: 35 New
          +4
          So, in the area of ​​Tikhoretsk saw.
          1. Servisinzhener
            Servisinzhener 5 June 2020 19: 41 New
            +1
            Or maybe Maikop.
            1. Zaurbek
              Zaurbek 5 June 2020 19: 45 New
              +2
              And in Krasnodar ... it happens near a military airfield
          2. Pashhenko Nikolay
            Pashhenko Nikolay 5 June 2020 20: 25 New
            +3
            Yes, they still fly there.
    2. Eug
      Eug 7 June 2020 09: 10 New
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      Omsk does a lot for these engines, and a lot of components went from Salyut to Zaporozhye.
  2. boss
    boss 5 June 2020 16: 12 New
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    Oooh, class, especially in the moment "painted with domestic enamels."
    Yes it is a victory!
    1. Prisoner
      Prisoner 5 June 2020 18: 28 New
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      About avionics, you prefer not to notice? Victory is not victory, but ordinary work is going on. There are training apparatuses, kerosene is present, apparatuses fly, the boys are put on the wing. And domestic enamels are also not the last thing.
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  4. Ratmir_Ryazan
    Ratmir_Ryazan 5 June 2020 16: 15 New
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    The L-39 is much simpler and cheaper to operate and maintain than the Yak-130, but the Yak-130 provides a unique opportunity to train pilots as if operating a combat aircraft.

    In my opinion, ideally, you should have a Yak-130 for senior courses and something like L-39 for elementary pilot training.
  5. pavelty
    pavelty 5 June 2020 16: 16 New
    +3
    Then why the hell does Irkut Yaki rivet? It is clear that they are more expensive, but the level of training is completely different with an open architecture and the ability to simulate the management of various types of AT ...
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    2. dauria
      dauria 5 June 2020 18: 40 New
      +3
      Then why the hell does Irkut Yaki rivet?


      But this question had to be asked earlier. When the terms of reference for the 130th formulated. In general, Khrushchev’s mistake is to give the Czechs a niche in the CMEA for training aircraft. Despite the fact that the Yak-30 was by and large a masterpiece. And L-29, Spark did not lie nearby. Well, the Czechs used the head start time to the full and failed all L-39.
  6. Dysindich
    Dysindich 5 June 2020 16: 28 New
    +1
    Quote: Mountain Shooter
    I thought they were all written off ... and the engines there are Ukrainian, it seems. Oh, these engines ...

    I didn’t know that they were Ukrainian .... (thought that they were Chezhsky). Aircraft for training is very suitable (although some of them use it as a ground attack aircraft ... well, those who themselves are not capable of creating.)
    Of course, the Yak-130, so far, is expensive. It all depends on the advancement of the taxi drivers (on their education and dedication, and not on the benefit of their place). In theory, to learn to play, you need to immediately use a high-quality (expensive) instrument, however, - where is the money, Zin?
    1. 113262a
      113262a 5 June 2020 21: 51 New
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      There was definitely a booster from AN-26 on Dolphin, I won’t say for Albatross, but it looks like he is!
  7. Cyril G ...
    Cyril G ... 5 June 2020 16: 35 New
    +3
    The author in an article on Elki’s modernization, did you decide not to write a word about the essence of modernization? What specifically decided with the engines, what with the navigation equipment, how are things with the flight range, etc. What is generally known specific :?
    1. syndicalist
      syndicalist 5 June 2020 16: 57 New
      +1
      Quote: Cyril G ...
      What is generally known specific :?

      Black and white is written
      painting the car with domestic enamels with high weather resistance, strength and elasticity
  8. Bolo
    Bolo 5 June 2020 16: 48 New
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    And then the Czechs will dispute in courts and it turns out that the money for "import substitution" was wasted and fines of 150 billion ...
  9. Undecim
    Undecim 5 June 2020 16: 53 New
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    Swedes with Austrians for similar purposes use the even more ancient Sk.60 (SAAB 105).
  10. Hydrogen
    Hydrogen 5 June 2020 16: 55 New
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    The color is kind of strange. The camouflage of our equipment is a separate and indefinite topic in general, there is a disagreement in everything. Since his service in the 90s, such a mess has noticed who is looking for something. It looks like not a regular army, but a bunch of people who are looking for something. aviation, maybe it’s worth following the example of amers, and then the nose is white, and the rest, who has some kind of paint, will be implored, this impression develops.
    1. nPuBaTuP
      nPuBaTuP 5 June 2020 17: 15 New
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      I dare to suggest that the color depends on the parts ....
  11. _Ugene_
    _Ugene_ 5 June 2020 17: 05 New
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    the engines are still the same
    but
    painting with domestic enamels
    it's a breakthrough
  12. Ros 56
    Ros 56 5 June 2020 17: 18 New
    +1
    A yak should cost more than Albatross, compare its technology and L-39, day and night. The main thing is that both the one and the other benefit, that the cadets become pilots, they may soon be needed as a country.
  13. petr.tchetyrkin
    petr.tchetyrkin 5 June 2020 17: 23 New
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    Is it difficult for the editorial office to make a request to the Ministry of Defense and get an official answer that it is better for the fatherland to repair the old, not our "air maps" or finally finance a new one, and train cadets on new aircraft - Yak 158, MIG-AT, SR-10 , Yak-152. Or is it more interesting to spread rumors on this issue.
    1. V.I.P.
      V.I.P. 5 June 2020 19: 05 New
      +2
      They forgot about Mig-AT, as the French left the project. Shekma engines were supposed there. On the Yak -152 engines RED A03T. (import. German, but they comply with sanctions) .. At the CP-10 Ukrainian AI-25 ..
      True, there was the Saturn engine AL-55I (India ordered HJT-36 for its TCB, and then began to produce it licensed) they tested it on Mig-AT and seemed to have to remake the SR-10 for it. Yak-158 is not even on the OKB website now
      There are no engines for them .. And there is no money either. What is the rollback from these Cossacks? But with a drone for a billion fool laughing yes there. There is something to buy a villa and Bentley)))
  14. captain
    captain 5 June 2020 17: 35 New
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    It seems to have come to the conclusion that money on trees does not grow. We must recall the CP-10.
  15. Piramidon
    Piramidon 5 June 2020 17: 48 New
    +3
    Quote: pavlentiy
    Then why the hell does Irkut Yaki rivet? It is clear that they are more expensive, but the level of training is completely different with an open architecture and the ability to simulate the management of various types of AT ...

    From simple to complex. First let the cadet learn to fly, feel the car, and only then you can "model"
  16. VicktorVR
    VicktorVR 5 June 2020 18: 08 New
    +2
    The upgraded aircraft received a new avionics of Russian production, a new color with domestic enamels, the engines remained the same

    Is there not one engine there?
    1. Rushnairfors
      Rushnairfors 5 June 2020 18: 23 New
      +2
      Thank God our MO had the intelligence to follow the path of modernization of this excellent aircraft and not launch it in the Yak152 series
    2. oldman.
      oldman. 5 June 2020 20: 47 New
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      Quote: VicktorVR
      ... the engines are still the same

      Is there not one engine there?

      Yes, just an unknown author at school was clearly not an excellent student. And the editors of "VO" are not particularly friendly with the Russian (((
  17. lopvlad
    lopvlad 5 June 2020 18: 27 New
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    Yak-130 turned out to be expensive


    it is expensive only in comparison with the repair of old L-39s. Which is understandable in itself, but patching up junk in the end is more expensive in the end, if you omit the fact that at one fine moment you can stay with a bunch of unbreakable trash at airfields.
    Therefore, the Yak-130 is the future and the L-39 is the past.
    1. Piramidon
      Piramidon 5 June 2020 18: 58 New
      +2
      Quote: lopvlad
      it is expensive only in comparison with the repair of old L-39s. Which is understandable in itself, but patching up junk in the end is more expensive in the end, if you omit the fact that at one fine moment you can stay with a bunch of unbreakable trash at airfields. Therefore, the Yak-130 is the future and the L-39 is the past.

      "Moscow was not built immediately." Gradually move from the past to the future. The "Jacob" is still riveted. Well, the PRIMARY training plane is still needed. Be it at least L-39, even Yak-152. In any case, the pilot must first be taught to "walk", and then "run and ride a bike." When that training began in general with gliders.
      1. aviator6768
        aviator6768 5 June 2020 20: 58 New
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        I did not fly on either one or the other (the handle is not mine at all, although on the 52nd I do not refuse to rotate the barrels-loops periodically) ... You need to have everything that can be in the ranks as a PDF (initial training aircraft. ), even spoiled by "domestic enamels")
  18. APASUS
    APASUS 5 June 2020 21: 25 New
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    The Yak-130 was expensive

    This is how it turns out: either money should be allocated in real volumes, or a mid-level aircraft should be produced between the Yak-130 and the Yak 152
  19. Ovsigovets
    Ovsigovets 6 June 2020 00: 23 New
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    Quote: patron
    Oooh, class, especially in the moment "painted with domestic enamels."
    Yes it is a victory!

    mmmmmm ... out of bounds to the country of the manufacturer of paints ..... the updated paintwork is still better than the old ... fresh and smells "nice" ...... so what's the claim then?
  20. aviator6768
    aviator6768 6 June 2020 02: 57 New
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    An-12 in the picture ... and you know that there are no boosters? at the front centering, the pilots rest their feet (the flight mechanic helps) pull the steering wheel to the landing position when landing ... And the car is a class, the AI-20 is the best engines), who would know the An-32 ... But they are equipped with Mikhail ...
  21. kubkaz13
    kubkaz13 6 June 2020 18: 11 New
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    Quote: Zaurbek
    I skate past Armavir for work ... both Yaki and Elki fly. And, that pleases, constantly fly.

    You ride past Armavir, and I live from birth. For a year and a half, Elok has not been with us. Even available at the airport. Only the Yak-130 and several MiG-29s. But about flying all the time - it's true. They buzz from morning to night, and often at night)). The benefit is not MiG -23. I recall the youthful years of the Soviet Union, those were buzzing that even the glass clinked).