Great future and long life for the Yak-152


The first flight prototype Yak-152


In the interests of the aerospace forces of Russia, a promising training aircraft for the initial flight training of the Yak-152 has been developed. Currently, this machine is being tested, and in the foreseeable future will be able to enter the army. Over time, the Yak-152 will become the main example of its class in our training system for flight personnel.

"Bird" for the Air Force


The development of the future Yak-152 TCB began in 2014 as part of the design and development work with the code “Bird-Air Force”. Design was carried out in OKB. Yakovleva (part of the NPK "Irkut") and took the minimum time. Already in the summer of 2016, the Irkutsk Aircraft Plant built the first prototype aircraft, and on September 29 it made its first flight. Since then, flight design tests have been ongoing, and the state is expected to begin soon.

The Yak-152 is made in the form of an all-metal single-engine low-wing with a tandem double cabin. Machine length - 7,8 m, wingspan - 8,8 m, area - 12,9 sq.m. Maximum take-off weight - 1700 kg. The maximum speed is determined at 500 km / h, the range at full refueling (245 kg) - 1500 km.

The machine has a one-wing straight wing with retractable flaps and ailerons, providing high takeoff and landing and maneuverability. The reinforced three-point landing gear allows the aircraft to be operated both on concrete and unpaved airfields.


The TCB is equipped with a 03 hp RED A500T diesel engine using aviation kerosene. The motor is connected to a variable pitch propeller MVT-9. The engine was developed by a German company, but licensed production at the Russian site has already been established, which removes dependence on imports.

Two pilots, a cadet and an instructor, are located in the cockpit of the tandem layout with a full range of necessary equipment. Provided for "fighter" controls; The dashboard is based on LCD screens. Avionics is unified with the Yak-130 and ensures the creation of a single educational complex. In case of accidents there is an ejection system SKS-94M.

Aircraft can be stored inside hangars and beyond. Measures are provided to simplify access to devices and assemblies, which facilitates maintenance of equipment. The declared resource is at least 10 thousand hours, 30 years and 30 thousand landings.

At the test stage


As part of the first stage of preparation for testing, four Yak-152 aircraft were built in different configurations. Two of them (s / n 1520001 and 1520002) were intended for flight tests, and two others - for static and resource ones (1520003 and 1520004). The first flight took off in the fall of 2016, and in 2018 the second one joined it.

The media also reported that in the near future two more experimental aircraft should appear, which will speed up the necessary tests. A year ago, at the end of May, it became known that NPK Irkut completed the fifth prototype Yak-152, and also continues to assemble the sixth. Information on the completion of the sixth machine has not yet been received, but may appear at any time.


According to reports, the Yak-152 project is still at the stage of flight design tests. Three flight prototypes carry out the established program for verifying the operation of individual units and systems, determining flight and maneuvering characteristics in different modes, etc. Static tests of the airframe ended in 2018 with a conclusion on compliance with the declared characteristics.

Upon completion of the current phase of testing, the aircraft will go to the state. The timing of their start has not yet been specified. The presence of a significant number of experimental machines and the duration of the current work suggest that they will begin in the near future. Based on the results of state tests, the issue of accepting for supply and launching mass production will be finally resolved.

Production volumes


At the moment, there are only five experimental Yak-152 for various purposes, but in the future the number of such equipment will increase sharply. A few years ago it became known that there were plans for mass production in large volumes - in the interests of the aerospace forces and other structures.

Back in 2015, the leadership of the Ministry of Defense announced their intention to acquire 150 light fusion vehicles of the Yak-152 type. Soon, the DOSAAF Aviation Department announced the possible purchase of 105 aircraft. Later, in June 2016, when the construction of the first prototypes was still being completed, the leadership of the Irkutsk aircraft plant announced that it had received an order from the Ministry of Defense for 150 aircraft.


In October 2018, domestic media reported an expansion of plans for promising TCBs. With reference to sources in the Ministry of Defense it was reported about the possible purchase of 230 aircraft in a few years. However, the type of machines planned for the order was not specified - it will be determined after state tests of the Yak-152. The competitor of the Russian TCB in the fight for a future contract was called the Austrian-made Diamond DART-550.

Apparently, the Ministry of Defense is only working on plans for the Yak-152. Final conclusions will be made based on the results of the expected state tests, and only then will a firm contract appear. Moreover, it is already clear that for the needs of the aerospace forces significant quantities of equipment are required - at least 150 units.

There is interest from DOSAAF - this organization can mark up a very large order. The Yak-152 aircraft is regularly shown at aviation exhibitions, where it can attract the attention of foreign buyers. However, so far there have been no reports of possible exports.

Challenges and opportunities


Until recently, front-line aviation pilots undergo initial training on jet fighters L-39, after which they master the training modifications of combat aircraft. At the same time, a training system restructuring program is being implemented, aimed at replacing obsolete designs.


The second prototype aircraft

The current modernization is based on the introduction of the modern Yak-130 TCB. Initial training is now carried out using the L-39, and the basic and advanced are carried out using the new Yak-130. In the future, it is proposed to abandon the obsolete L-39 in favor of new initial training machines - it is for this niche that the promising Yak-152 is being developed.

According to Irkut, the Yak-152 allows you to solve all the problems of the initial training of the cadet: to teach the technique of piloting and navigation, including in difficult conditions, prepare for flights as part of a group, etc. With sufficiently high flight and maneuvering data, the aircraft is simple and forgives mistakes typical of beginners.

The most important feature of the Yak-152 is a partial unification of equipment with a more "advanced" Yak-130. These two TCBs form a training complex that can provide the entire pilot training cycle. Having mastered simple tasks on a piston Yak-152, a cadet will be able to switch to a jet Yak-130, fully simulating combat aircraft.

Great future


There is every reason to believe that the Yak-152 has a great future. In the coming years, such equipment will go into series, get to schools and begin to provide training for future front-line aviation pilots. Given the stated operating life, it can be expected that the Yak-152 will remain in service in the second half of the XXI century.

However, for a great future, you need to deal with an important present. Several experimental aircraft undergo flight design tests and have not yet passed to the state stage. All such activities take time, which affects the timing of the start of service. Nevertheless, the customer and the developer are optimistic and are making the most ambitious plans for the future. Obviously, the Yak-152 will succeed, and this is only a matter of time.
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  1. Ross xnumx 8 June 2020 05: 39 New
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    An old song about the main thing ...
    At the moment, there are only five experimental Yak-152 for various purposes, but in the future the number of such equipment will increase sharply.

    Will it increase sharply or should it increase sharply?
    There is every reason to believe that the Yak-152 has a great future. In the coming years, such equipment will go into series, get to schools and begin to provide training for future front-line aviation pilots.

    After the “breakthrough” programs with the SSJ-100, MS-21, TVS-2dts, and even the Su-57, we have little faith in the serial approach to any good technique.
    I don’t have to believe the “shepherdess”, who shouted on the case and idle: “Wolves! Wolves! ” But at the same time, I know for sure how the troops rejoice in any new good equipment and weapons. You just need to understand that everything is relative, and our soldiers and officers are not so naive people.
    1. ANDREY MIKHAILOV_2 8 June 2020 07: 09 New
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      What is wrong with ms 21?
      1. Grits 8 June 2020 07: 57 New
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        Quote: ANDREI MIKHAILOV_2
        What is wrong with ms 21?

        Yes, that's right. As well as with the Su-57, as well as with the Il-114, as well as with the Ka-62, mi-38 ... The list is long.
        1. ANDREY MIKHAILOV_2 8 June 2020 08: 07 New
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          Yes, everything is wrong? What is wrong with MS 21?
          1. Grits 8 June 2020 08: 31 New
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            Quote: ANDREI MIKHAILOV_2
            What is wrong with MS 21?

            And the fact that he is not. One plane is practically no plane. Well, he does not fly on passenger lines in droves. And it will not fly for a very long time. And only those who work directly with him at the factory can see it or touch it with their hands. The rest is just in the picture. So there is no plane. Like all the ones I listed
            1. ANDREY MIKHAILOV_2 8 June 2020 08: 34 New
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              Which one plane, on which lines?
            2. ANDREY MIKHAILOV_2 8 June 2020 08: 35 New
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              . At present, four experimental MS-21 airliners are taking part in the testing activities. However, the UAC is testing two planes in the sky at once simultaneously. A similar build-up of test flights was caused by a delay that occurred amid the coronavirus pandemic infection.

              In flight tests, planes with cabins for 163 and 211 seats take part. The test program is implemented by UAC aviation experts, as well as pilots of the Irkut Corporation, who fly the latest car into the sky. Flights of two aircraft can be carried out simultaneously to make up for lost time.

              Test results are recorded with the latest instruments that are able to calculate and analyze about 40 thousand different parameters of the aircraft when it is in flight. Russian aircraft have already been tested for vibration resistance and extreme angles of attack. Tests have also passed aircraft systems and engines of the liner.

              Recall that the domestic aircraft MS-21 was designed and developed by Russian specialists from various companies that are part of the state corporation Rostec. At the moment, UAC employees are engaged in the production of the first model MC-21-300, which should carry out the entire cycle of test tests with the domestic PD-14 engine ...
              Source: https://politexpert.net/199741-oak-testiruet-v-nebe-dva-lainera-ms-21-odnovremenno?utm_source=finobzor.ru
              1. Grits 8 June 2020 08: 55 New
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                Quote: ANDREI MIKHAILOV_2
                At present, four experimental MS-21 airliners are taking part in the testing activities. However, the UAC is testing two planes simultaneously in the sky simultaneously.

                All this is very good. That's when the plant will stamp them in series, then it will be possible to say that there is such a wonderful airplane. While there is a wonderful test bench.
                Sorry, but this is my personal opinion.
                1. ANDREY MIKHAILOV_2 8 June 2020 08: 59 New
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                  4 Aircraft at the same time in testing, stand? Interesting logic.
            3. svp67 8 June 2020 21: 27 New
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              Quote: Gritsa
              One plane is practically no plane.

              Why you are alone? Already two are flying at the LNII, one at TsAGI, two more cars, one being completed with the Russian PS-14 engines ... and this year they will arrive at the LNII
              Yes, and a competitor in the dispute for the title of "original air desks"

              they were going to start production at UZGA, but after a conversation at the Ministry of Defense, UZGA refused these plans ... so that I think the winner is already known
            4. aviator6768 8 June 2020 23: 04 New
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              Dig a little deeper ... ALL aviation is subsidized, well, there is no profit from the word EVERYTHING there. Money is leased for leasing watermelons and Boeing, repairs, and even building factories for deep maintenance (not us, we have NO MONEY, there are small revenues from natural rent (selling resources)). There is no cheap money (according to the current policy of kudrin-grefs) - there will not be. What kind of planes are you talking about? Samples - yes, developments, (especially on the old baggage) - yes, but in the series - yes, who are you, unwashed. Will it allow something? Well, wake up from propaganda fumes, develop "diamond smoke."
            5. Ross xnumx 9 June 2020 02: 01 New
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              Quote: Gritsa
              Quote: ANDREI MIKHAILOV_2
              What is wrong with MS 21?

              And the fact that he is not. One plane is practically no plane.

              good
              And this is about the SSJ-100 (raw super):
              "Sukhoi Superjet" want to replace the Soviet aircraft

              http://agitpro.su/suxoj-superdzhet-xotyat-zamenit-sovetskim-samoletom/?utm_source=finobzor.ru
            6. Yarhann 13 June 2020 17: 53 New
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              the kid - the MC21 plane is still on certification flights, until it flies away and receives certificates, it will not be allowed for use in civil aviation. where do you come from such experts
          2. Aviator_ 8 June 2020 22: 04 New
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            With his composite wing, "wrong." His not yet.
    2. Bar1 8 June 2020 08: 25 New
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      with import engines this aircraft has no future.
      1. ANDREY MIKHAILOV_2 8 June 2020 08: 36 New
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        Recall that the domestic aircraft MS-21 was designed and developed by Russian specialists from various companies that are part of the state corporation Rostec. At the moment, UAC employees are engaged in the production of the first MC-21-300 model, which should carry out the entire cycle of test tests with the domestic PD-14 engine ..
        1. Bar1 8 June 2020 09: 43 New
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          Let me remind you that the ms21 aircraft with our engines has not even flown yet and UNKNOWN when it flies, maybe in 20 years. The colonial administration is not interested in domestic aircraft construction.
          1. ANDREY MIKHAILOV_2 8 June 2020 10: 49 New
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            Work on the aircraft was conducted in parallel with the development of the engine. Recently, the first PD-14s were transferred to Irkut for installation on the MS-21-300. At the moment, four prototypes have been assembled. The fifth aircraft, designed for flights with PD-14, is in the assembly. Flight tests of the engine as part of the MC-21-300 should pass in 2020.
            1. Elturisto 8 June 2020 14: 12 New
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              Stop fucking something. APU, avionics, support systems are imported and no one is going to change them, not for that they all sculpted.
              1. ANDREY MIKHAILOV_2 8 June 2020 16: 20 New
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                Your main criteria are to sketch the pseudo-facts in the right direction, as in your training manual.
                1. opus 8 June 2020 22: 09 New
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                  Quote: ANDREI MIKHAILOV_2
                  as in your training manual.

                  regrettably



                  On Tuesday, July 2, 2019, Interfax, citing procurement materials, announced that Irkut Corporation will purchase 40 engines from the US United Technologies for the new Russian passenger aircraft MS-21, which is assembled at the Irkutsk aircraft plant. The supply of 20 sets of marching power plants, two PW1400G engines each, is planned for 2020-2023. The amount of the contract is $ 250 million.

                  It is the PW1400G engines that are installed on the first three MC-21 aircraft, who are being tested.
                  1. ANDREY MIKHAILOV_2 8 June 2020 22: 44 New
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                    Ready to disappoint you, with this picture only in the toilet, you can go.
                    1. opus 9 June 2020 01: 12 New
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                      Quote: ANDREI MIKHAILOV_2
                      Ready to disappoint you, with this picture only in the toilet, you can go.

                      go out.
                      we have a free country (on paper for sure), everyone can go to the toilet with any picture (well, except that one)
                  2. ANDREY MIKHAILOV_2 8 June 2020 22: 52 New
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                    Especially about the aerocomposite, don’t show it to anyone, but knowledgeable people. Will laugh. We have it under sanctions for the start, I won’t write about anything else, it's the same as in the field of the aerocomposite. in the same plane to a person who is far from aviation. All the best to you.
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                      1. ANDREY MIKHAILOV_2 9 June 2020 07: 00 New
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                        Come to the city of Kislovodsk. This is the North Caucasus, we will drink wine with you, and you tell me everything, have a nice day.
                  3. ANDREY MIKHAILOV_2 8 June 2020 23: 05 New
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                    The Alabuga-Fiber Plant in the SEZ Alabuga is one of the suppliers of composite materials for the MS-21 aircraft. At the Aerocomposite enterprise in Ulyanovsk, the structural elements of the aircraft — the center section and wing box made without the use of American raw materials — are already ready.
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                  4. ANDREY MIKHAILOV_2 8 June 2020 23: 06 New
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                    Earlier it was reported that due to the fact that the supplier of the United Aircraft Corporation (UAC) Aerocomposite plant fell under US sanctions, the supply of components from composite materials to create the wing of the MS-21 aircraft was discontinued. The liner project will be implemented with a composite wing of domestic components,
                    1. ANDREY MIKHAILOV_2 8 June 2020 23: 07 New
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                      The Alabuga-Fiber Plant in the SEZ Alabuga is one of the suppliers of composite materials for the MS-21 aircraft. At the Aerocomposite enterprise in Ulyanovsk, the structural elements of the aircraft — the center section and wing box made without the use of American raw materials — are already ready.
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                      2. ANDREY MIKHAILOV_2 8 June 2020 23: 11 New
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                        According to the contract documentation, by the end of 2020, the contractor must select Russian-made materials and work out the technologies for manufacturing MC-21 units from them, including wing consoles, center section, elevators and rudders, tail units. It is also necessary to replace the units, components and systems with domestic ones, prepare the bench base for their tests and complete the production of a prototype of import-replaced MS-0012 No. 21 with Russian PD-14 engines.
                    2. opus 9 June 2020 01: 31 New
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                      Quote: ANDREI MIKHAILOV_2
                      will be implemented with a composite wing of domestic components,

                      which will have a mass, with the same geometric parameters, 75% -100% more than when using the Japanese "base"
                      Andryukha !!!! Do you work part time with a cook in a troll factory? / Carry crap full /
                      1. ANDREY MIKHAILOV_2 9 June 2020 07: 02 New
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                        6 the plane is already under construction, without American and Japanese technologies, I do not care what you think of me. When people’s arguments end, how do you switch to insults. I advise you to apologize to your mother.
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      3. svp67 9 June 2020 03: 39 New
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        Quote: Bar1
        with import engines this aircraft has no future.

        Its production is being established in Russia
    3. lelik613 14 June 2020 20: 14 New
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      Dramatically increase to 6 in 10 years.
  2. Errr 8 June 2020 05: 46 New
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    From the article:
    The TCB is equipped with a RED A03T diesel engine ... The engine was developed by a German company, but licensed production at the Russian site has already been established.
    Having visited the website of the Moscow company Russo-Balt, I found that the aforementioned company is exclusively engaged in the sale and maintenance of engines of RED aircraft GmbH. Localization of production of RED A03 in Russia - is it still the same Wishlist? winked
    http://russo-baltic.com/
    1. Zaurbek 8 June 2020 07: 10 New
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      The main consumer of RED UAVs ... and something MO wanted to change them to some other engines.
    2. Mountain shooter 8 June 2020 09: 16 New
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      Quote: Herrr
      exclusively by the sale and after-sales service of the engines of RED aircraft GmbH. Localization of production of RED A03 in Russia is still the same Wishlist

      The engine was developed by a graduate of KAZ ... and more than once expressed a desire to start engine production in Russia, IF there will be great demand. For profitability VOLUMES are needed.
    3. opus 8 June 2020 22: 21 New
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      Quote: Herrr
      engines of the company RED aircraft GmbH. Localization of production of RED A03 in Russia - is it still the same Wishlist?

      Engine developer Vladimir Reikhlin graduated from Kazan Aviation Institute with a degree in aircraft engine engineer. After college, he worked for some time at the VAZ. In the early 2000s in Germany founded the company RED (Raikhlin Engine Development)

      1.In Germany, breathing easier
      2. The base does not compare with ours
      3.Financing Finam
      https://www.finam.ru/
      Quote: Herrr
      I went to the site of the Moscow company "Russo-Balt"

      in Kazan they are going to "collect" it on the KAPO site.
      Quote: Zaurbek
      The main consumer of RED UAV

      300 - 350 engines per year is not economically feasible.
      It should be sharpened not only for aviation.
      RED’s legs are growing out of racing, automobile.
      1. Errr 9 June 2020 08: 06 New
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        in Kazan they are going to "collect" it on the KAPO site.
        As I understand it, they are already almost 7 years old (since July 2013 https://www.business-gazeta.ru/article/90106) "are going to collect it at KAPO", and things are still there.
        1. opus 9 June 2020 09: 43 New
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          Quote: Herrr
          As I understand it, they are already almost 7 years old

          Well, it’s always like that with us.
          Well, do not cut it, it is necessary to work
  3. He is beautiful.
    Indeed, a beautiful plane. So, it will be beautiful to fly. And if everything is not so bad, as indicated in the article, then clear heaven to him!
    1. Looking for 8 June 2020 14: 51 New
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      and if everything is bad?
  4. Pashhenko Nikolay 8 June 2020 06: 28 New
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    And that he sadly developed the engine and founded the company producing it, Vladimir Reikhlin, our former compatriot. Why, then, in Germany and not with us. At the VAZ, let’s say where he worked for a while.
    1. Zaurbek 8 June 2020 07: 11 New
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      Because in Germany it is easier to do, especially in small series. A bunch of any equipment, metals and finished units. No need to invent everything at once.
      1. mmaxx 9 June 2020 06: 15 New
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        In Germany, psychology works a lot. There is such a national feature - they love those who do something. And if he does well, then he is very respected. Everyone who created his business with pride writes his name on the sign. If he is a doctor, there, professor, engineer, this must be indicated everywhere.
        We consider such people cranks. Best case scenario.
        Well, and since Reichlin is German, then he is dear to him. To our regret. He will not beat someone off the invested grandmother in 3 months. Cool engine. And beautiful. The most interesting thing is that the plane drags.
    2. KCA
      KCA 8 June 2020 09: 03 New
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      Cooperation, the Aurus engine was developed by US in collaboration with Porshe, nothing, they didn’t wedge that Mr. Putin and other leaders of the country would drive around on this engine
      1. Zaurbek 9 June 2020 07: 43 New
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        Aurus engine, also plan to make an option for aircraft and helicopters
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          KCA 9 June 2020 07: 46 New
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          Yes, I also heard, maybe then the new AN-2 will fly, finally
          1. Zaurbek 9 June 2020 07: 48 New
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            Hardly .... most likely, smaller birds. Type of Robinson.
            1. KCA
              KCA 9 June 2020 08: 31 New
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              With the automobile version, the engine has 600 horses, the aircraft will increase speed and it will be enough for AN-2 under or over a thousand, but it’s just because of the imported diesel engine that the AN-2 reincarnation was slaughtered, regional airlines are good, but in the project, and the MO was the guaranteed customer, and they burned on Ukrainian engines, they refused this option
              1. Zaurbek 9 June 2020 08: 35 New
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                As far as they wrote, they immediately wanted to put a theater, but there was no necessary power, and the closest Ukrainian in power. But Aurus also does not understand which one will be taken as a basis. There are 3 of them 4x, 8, 12 cylinder ..... 2,2 / 4,4 / 6,6 liters. They wrote that the plant, which made star-shaped motors, modernized them.
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                  The base is of course 12-cylinder, it’s always easier to cut off excess than to attach
                  1. Zaurbek 9 June 2020 08: 39 New
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                    Then there is not 600 hp, but more.
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                      KCA 9 June 2020 08: 54 New
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                      Maybe more, but the civilian version of the Aurus has 598 horses, what and how much power Putin has, are they lying
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                        600ls 4,4 liters
  5. ares1988 8 June 2020 06: 52 New
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    "In the future, it is proposed to abandon the obsolete L-39 in favor of new initial training machines" - if so, then why are contracts for modernization of the L-39 being implemented?
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      Quote: ares1988
      "In the future, it is proposed to abandon the obsolete L-39 in favor of new initial training machines" - if so, then why are contracts for modernization of the L-39 being implemented?

      this is in the distant future. because ....
    2. Comrade Michael 8 June 2020 15: 37 New
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      In fact, these are completely different planes ... How can they replace each other?
  6. Nikolaevich I 8 June 2020 07: 41 New
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    In fact, I recall that the "alternative" gasoline engine M-152 was also intended for the Yak-14! It even seemed to me that, at least, the “Adyn” eroplan was launched with the M-14 engine ... And by and large, they wrote about the Yak-152 so long ago that I was sure that this Yeroplan has already been finalized and tested some time ago ... the matter is left to the "small" ... to finance the order! Therefore, I was somewhat surprised. that the tests are still ongoing! By the way, it is assumed that the acre engine with a capacity of 500 hp, install and option with a capacity of 350-380 hp !
  7. Grits 8 June 2020 07: 58 New
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    I understand that you can forget about the CP-10?
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      I understand that you can forget about the CP-10?

      how did you guess?
      in this country there is no need to produce their goods, but there is a mass of journalism that should talk about it. Those. instead of the real world, they slip us a virtual one.
      Aircraft industry ditched
      -the electronics were killed
      -The car was ruined
      -the machine tool industry was ditched
      but there are 200 billion-dollar friends of Putin, who each have several yachts the size of a cruiser, what to say about a small airplane, there simply is no money for it, but you hold on.
    2. Comrade Michael 8 June 2020 15: 45 New
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      And about this, I think, you can forget. The plane is needed, but most likely there will be no money for its purchases .... There will be an eternal "throw caps" on TV for donkeys ... s ....
  8. 2112vda 8 June 2020 08: 10 New
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    Simple question. Is the production of fuel equipment and all sensors manufactured by Bosch also localized in Russia? But the experience of previous generations is not taken into account? Nothing that in the late 40s, all liquid-cooled aircraft engines were discontinued. Civil and military aviation was operated only on "air vents." A plane with a diesel engine is still heavier and is approaching the “iron”. Another someone's Wishlist. All the same, we are brothers with the Ukrainians, we love with enthusiasm "to ride the rake."
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    360 kg aviation diesel versus GTD of 150 kg of comparable power, why? The choice of the unit is strange
    1. URAL72 8 June 2020 08: 49 New
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      Nothing strange. In any case, a gas turbine engine has a lower resource, higher fuel consumption, more expensive service, which is longer in time and needs to be carried out more often, service with a higher qualification is required, which is not always available to the customer. Even DOSAAF, not to mention Burkina Faso. In general, this will significantly increase the cost of operation.
      1. Zufei 8 June 2020 08: 52 New
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        I am a bit related to the topic of GTD. Recently, 9000 cycles of equivalent-cyclic tests have been developed. Those. take-off landing.
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          Do you think Russian private aviation will fly far at a gas turbine engine? I do not mean, of course, airlines, but amateurs like A. Marshall or the host of the "Field of Miracles." Still complicated and expensive. This also applies to exports.
          1. Zufei 8 June 2020 09: 03 New
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            A gas turbine engine is simpler than such an aircraft turbo-liquid two-block diesel engine with kerosene. GTE is generally as simple as a nut.
            1. Genry 8 June 2020 09: 44 New
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              A gas turbine engine is simpler than such an aircraft turbo-liquid two-block diesel engine with kerosene. GTE is generally as simple as a nut.

              And he just eats more fuel than diesel.
              A piston is more economical than a scapula.
      2. 2112vda 9 June 2020 14: 41 New
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        In any case, the GTE has a lower resource

        Who told you that? A gas turbine engine has a higher motor resource than an aircraft diesel engine; there are no friction pairs such as a piston-ring. The scuffing cylinder of a modern diesel engine with an aluminum block and filled sleeves will make it necessary to send it to a rem. plant. What is good in road transport with its multi-million series is not at all good for aviation. In aviation, series are measured, at best, by thousands of engine units. Passion for auto conversions is the repetition of "dancing on the rake" in the 30s of the last century, nothing good came of it. Liquid engine cooling for a light attack aircraft is "just what you need." One lumbago bullet caliber 5,56 mm and the plane after 5 minutes in metal. Passed it already in World War II. History teaches that it teaches nothing.
    2. Elturisto 8 June 2020 14: 15 New
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      Voronezh M-14 weighs 220 kg, the weight of a German diesel engine without water for a radiator and gearbox.
      1. Comrade Michael 8 June 2020 15: 42 New
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        Yes, this is an utter junk .... Let us then revive the engine from I-16 ...
        1. V.I.P. 8 June 2020 17: 25 New
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          Is the plane new? Yes, it is outwardly indistinguishable from fighters of the Second World War. Then they were invented and released in a year. And now decades have been doing the same in Russia laughing And shouting Americans are sawing the budget. How we saw him and what antiquities, this is where you need to laugh! laughing
        2. Bad_gr 8 June 2020 18: 59 New
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          Quote: Comrade Michael
          Let's revive the engine from I-16

          And what is it to revive if the engine of this line still flies on the AN-2
          (ASH-62IR - the 38th year of development, was the development of the M-25 engine. The original name was M-62IR. Since 1944 - ASH-62IR).
          1. aviator6768 8 June 2020 23: 10 New
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            Exactly ! And the M-14 (and then the M-14P, native to every Soviet GA pilot) - the same years ... As for the new bird - on the 52nd (we have flying in our city) - I twist periodically, but the handle doesn't mine, only to "turn around" ...
  10. silberwolf88 8 June 2020 08: 24 New
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    It turned out to be a beautiful airplane ... and I am especially pleased with the possible equipment of DOSAAF with this technique ... it is time to return to the slogan "youth on the plane" ... the desire for heaven elevates ...
  11. Sahalinets 8 June 2020 08: 33 New
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    I confess, I'm not a pilot. But I read more than once that propeller and jet aircraft are so different in piloting technique that cadets have to re-retrain.
    1. aviator6768 8 June 2020 23: 12 New
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      Therefore, at first - the plane of initial training (usually a screw-piston (52, especially the 18th, it’s in the GA) and l-29 (39), the 130th - in the Air Force, and then the graduation plane ... But you don’t need to “retrain” again, believe me, there the teaching methodology is aimed at different tasks ...
  12. Jack O'Neill 8 June 2020 08: 36 New
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    In general, on its basis you can make your own version of "Tukanchik" to bomb all kinds of drugs. Cheap and efficient.
    1. donavi49 8 June 2020 09: 24 New
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      Do not pull. In Tukanchik, the engine is three times more powerful and the weight is twice as much. Such an upgrade for the Yak = new aircraft. For it is necessary to recount the power elements, weight and so on.
      1. Jack O'Neill 8 June 2020 19: 49 New
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        The load is much more modest, but nevertheless, he can take several KAB-250, which is not bad.
    2. Genry 8 June 2020 09: 48 New
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      Quote: Jack O'Neill
      In general, on its basis you can make your own version of "Tukanchik" to bomb any drug.

      Yak-152 is too light and weak. Toucano is 2 times larger.
      And Yak’s construction was not a weapon to lick.
      1. Looking for 8 June 2020 14: 55 New
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        this design "licked" under the cut dough.
    3. Nikolaevich I 8 June 2020 10: 57 New
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      In general, on its basis you can make your own version of "Tukanchik" to bomb any drug.

      Is it worth it? In fact, on the basis of the Yak-52 did "easy" attack aircraft ... but no one came in handy!
    4. Cyril G ... 8 June 2020 11: 19 New
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      Not based on the Yak-152 will not work, but I have something interesting for you


      Concept based on the Su-25 glider
      1. bk0010 8 June 2020 12: 36 New
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        It’s easier to launch an LVS (Easy-To-Reproduce attack aircraft). That plane, which the USSR was going to complete the third world.
        1. alexmach 8 June 2020 15: 29 New
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          So these are pictures of the same project. Both have the same LAN, well, only different projects. Only now they are vryatli relevant. After all, there is no production of SU-25 anywhere. You can plan something the same but on the basis of the aircraft now available in production.
          1. Bad_gr 8 June 2020 19: 22 New
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            Quote: alexmach
            After all, there is no production of SU-25 anywhere.

            Ulan-Ude Aviation Plant (U-UAZ)
            "... At present, the plant retains the ability to produce aircraft:
            Sioux 25UB
            Su-25UBM ... "
            It is written "saved" because they used to be released there. Only a single option was produced in Georgia. By the way, the anti-tank Su-25T and Su-39 were created on the basis of precisely the Su-25UB.
    5. aviator6768 8 June 2020 23: 14 New
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      This toucan was given to you, well, what’s good there? All "bomb" ... Let's first teach the boys to fly?
    6. KCA
      KCA 9 June 2020 08: 44 New
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      Yak-152, in fact, an airplane for aerobatics, especially the higher one, if the yak-52 success is repeated, it will be sold out so that the drug lords simply hang out of envy, and the yak-52, even in the USA, still loves and flies
  13. alex aircraft 8 June 2020 09: 28 New
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    In the Union of cadets they landed on L 29/39, then on Mig 21u in Chernigov and on Mig 23ub.
    1. Cyril G ... 8 June 2020 11: 16 New
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      They copy-paste the merkans - they are supposed to be planted on a screw pipelatz of the Texan type at the initial stage of training, then a simple Talon, then a fighter and so on ...
      1. dauria 8 June 2020 21: 32 New
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        Copy-paste of merkans


        Until the end. The next step is paid initial training. The second step is the salary of a military pilot is three times less than that of a nurse. And there will be a normal American version. Then Yaki will not be needed. They will buy Tsesn for a rupee bag, they will buy a training license -
        and they will earn money as well as driving schools. And the schools will prepare
        on the yak-130 after professional selection from ready-made pilots. In principle, a well-proven system. In the USA, these pilots are like fleas on a dog.
    2. aviator6768 8 June 2020 23: 21 New
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      Are you talking about the air force? Yes . And in the GA, the initial training plane was - Yak-18T (with the same M-14, only P, the gearbox is different) ... I don’t agree about insanity ... It’s cheaper to show the boy 52nd (152) than 39 -m or whatever you suggest .... You have to learn to fly, and not to move the ORE (where I cleaned it - I sat down there), it’s me who instructed the hutar (not the Air Force, civilian, it hurts a lot of fighters, but no one to carry people)
    3. LastPS 10 June 2020 23: 07 New
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      So this is an analogue of the 52nd Yak, only modern. The cadets before school, too, were first taught in the 52s or 18s.
  14. Andrey Bespalov 8 June 2020 10: 02 New
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    Plane, as an aircraft in itself, has long been of little interest to anyone. And to promote this product, it is important to build or use a ready-made logistics system for technical, aerodrome maintenance and repair. The infrastructure developed for the aircraft, probably this is the greater half of a successful aircraft product. Look at a plane called the USA and a plane called Russia. Our aircraft in all respects is better than the American, but can not take off. All thanks to the "logisticians" who inherited from the partner makers only the ability to lie and steal.
  15. Cyril G ... 8 June 2020 11: 24 New
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    For the project, Cortege developed a family of modular engines, the most powerful of which is a 6,6-liter aluminum V12 with direct injection and a dual turbocharging system (one supercharger for every 3 cylinders); engine power - 850 l. sec., the torque is 1320 N · m [66].


    Can't you screw the engine from the Cortege in any way?
    1. Elturisto 8 June 2020 14: 18 New
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      There is no V 12, there is 8 from Porsche and that’s all. RED is an AUDI car diesel conversion and has low long-term power like all car engines. In short, this is shit.
      1. Genry 8 June 2020 16: 27 New
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        Quote: ElTuristo
        RED car diesel conversion AUDI

        What model, version. ??
      2. KCA
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        And name the Porshe engine similar to that of the Cortege, well, straight and with the diameter of the cylinders, with the stroke of the piston, so, in detail, what, isn’t it? And it won’t be, Porshe participated in the development, for denyushki, but the main developer is US
        1. Elturisto 9 June 2020 21: 53 New
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          so you are an illiterate person explain on fingers:
          - there is no V12.
          -There is no one to do it.
          -block can be bored and change the diameter and stroke of the piston.
          - ICE is, above all, casting (crankcase) and forgings (crankshaft); all this requires equipment, specialists and R&D and time.
          Read on to the manuals from the done neonas.
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            How smart are you, of course, we don’t have anything, tanks don’t run, planes don’t fly, frigates aren’t being built, there are no nuclear submarines at all, only R-7 missiles fly, I don’t read manuals, well, nobody gives me them, but I’m embarrassed to ask
            1. Elturisto 10 June 2020 08: 42 New
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              What else is moving is originally from the USSR, by the way, the remnants of Soviet industry are being utilized — for example, AvtoVAZ engines are being replaced with imported Renaults assembled using “screwdriver technology.” So it was not long before the queues for free soup.
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                KCA 10 June 2020 08: 57 New
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                The names of at least YaMZ and KAMAZ-Cummins, Klimov you just about anything? We pumped all the polymers, we just had to hang ourselves, we eat Soviet cabbage soup, yes, and cabbage soup from RI, and also world cabbage cabbage, the first ICE car appeared in 1863, and the electric car was 20 years earlier, what Rolls-Royce and Tesla are left over will empires be disposed of?
                1. Elturisto 10 June 2020 12: 01 New
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                  Yes, tell me about the Chinese fireplace and the YaMZ, which is 50-75% composed of imports ... about the climate, it’s a joke ... well, rest ... enough of you and three posts, we will consider this my modest contribution to your well-being .. . maybe enough for a doshirak :)
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                    Give, give money, I’m not starving, but I won’t refuse from handouts from the United States.
  16. Vlad Malkin 8 June 2020 13: 54 New
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    It's time to complete the tests and in a series! TCB and sports aircraft have always been mostly Yak!
    1. Genry 8 June 2020 16: 32 New
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      Quote: Vlad Malkin
      sports planes have always been mostly Yak!

      Yak is not suitable for sports.
      Su-26, Su-29, Su-31 - these aircraft are for sports competitions.
  17. Comrade Michael 8 June 2020 15: 40 New
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    Beautiful plane. But without a domestic engine and a solid volume of more than 300 pieces, it makes no sense to talk about it. For me, the reality of the aircraft is solid orders and a series of more than 200-300 pcs immediately after certification. And so this is a talking room for fools ...
    1. DWG1905 8 June 2020 15: 59 New
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      Its five cents. For the author, if this is an OCD, then the product in this case is the prototype of the aircraft, the first second, etc., there isn’t in our System for the development and putting products into production of the term prototype. Use the term prototype, how to use the term cockpit, a monoplane has two wings, etc. to our technology, this is a marker showing that the person is slightly off topic. But the plane is good. Only it’s not entirely clear from the article whether he was at LCI or transferred to the well-known department to the State Inspection. So if he is a GI then we will not see the plane soon. The main thing is to test endlessly and collect moronic pieces of paper, pieces of paper even more important. Yesterday I watched the program on SpaceX, although this is of course advertising, etc. etc. I caught the main idea due to which he quickly develops a new technique, they changed the procedure and this is correct. And we will bathe in the bureaucracy.
      1. Comrade Michael 8 June 2020 16: 04 New
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        They pay for the bureaucracy. As one person told me, the point is not to finish the work, the point is to get money from the state budget (this is a gateway for pumping money (literally))) ... This is a perpetual motion machine with us. And our business is not interested in all these new developments, they pay off too long and do not give a large rate of profit ...
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          Not quite so, the terms of the contracts do not extend, i.e. the contractor pays penalties. Therefore, delaying the deadlines with the tests is not profitable. This is beneficial for the testers, because participation in the test team is paid.
    2. Cyril G ... 9 June 2020 09: 24 New
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      The engine will be adequate and you will be the volume.
      The engine of the same type as on the Yak-152 should go, for example, to Altair
      1. LastPS 10 June 2020 23: 11 New
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        He goes there.
  18. Local from the Volga 8 June 2020 17: 38 New
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    what can place the dead, stolen DOSAAF ????
  19. Al_lexx 8 June 2020 21: 50 New
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    The native design bureau (started its career in 1978) pleases with its initiatives.
    Hope that goes into the series. Regarding training aircraft, boxes were always the best in our country. Yes, and in sports shone for many years.
    1. aviator6768 8 June 2020 23: 25 New
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      Supported. Not at LII, for an hour (based there one time, worked with the Yakovlevsky ...)? Any yak (sam.nalet at 50.52.18.40.42) - "flying", this is not a carcass or even the vaunted 37th.
      1. Al_lexx 10 June 2020 00: 13 New
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        I worked directly at the Design Bureau (MMZ "SPEED"), which is on Leningrad, in Moscow. Dummy shop. The doors of the general of the reception, one in our workshop, the second in the drawing room.
  20. eleronn 9 June 2020 11: 44 New
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    "The production of diesel RED-A03T is fully localized in Russia. We are ready to produce engines in accordance with the production plan of Irkut Corporation," Russo-Balt company said.
    1. Elturisto 9 June 2020 21: 54 New
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      bullshit ... balcony
  21. Alexfly 9 June 2020 13: 50 New
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    And still weak and stir up the Yak-118T?
  22. 2112vda 9 June 2020 15: 32 New
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    Quote: KCA
    Yak-152, in fact, an airplane for aerobatics, especially higher, if the success of the Yak-52,

    To repeat the success of the Yak-52, you need a modern radial engine running on gasoline or aviation kerosene. Yak-152, with a diesel engine, in comparison with the Yak-52 will somewhat resemble the "ironing". Diesel in aviation, based on autoconversion, is the “fix idea” of our hyper-managers. True, they forget that in order to make an automobile racing diesel engine aviation, it needs to be derated by 40 percent and completely redone. Here the situation is simple, RED 03 is a good diesel engine for Western Europe, but for Russia it’s not exactly what you need. We need an engine capable of operating on aviation kerosene with positive ignition and maintainability of radial engines such as Ash-62 or M-14.
    1. Elturisto 9 June 2020 21: 56 New
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      There was at least one normal person ... It’s necessary to add to your words that the ed is 2 times heavier and has a longer length ...
  23. Vladimir Mashkov 9 June 2020 16: 01 New
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    I read the article and comments on it. Of course, I am not such an expert and expert in everything as the authors of most of the comments, who discussed a lot of problems, having touched a little on the new aircraft. I am like the few who spoke specifically about the article and about the Yak-152.
    The article is not bad, it reveals the topic well, although, in my opinion, it is overly bravura. What some talked about.
    As for my opinion, it seems to me (after reading the article) that the Yak-152 is a modern aircraft, well equipped, with high (for TCB) TTX and very necessary in terms of import substitution (if written about SU - true). Yes, and it was created by the design bureau with rich experience and glorious, among other things, namely training and sports aircraft. And for the first plane of the future pilot you need just such a propeller plane, similar to the fighters of the Great Patriotic War. In addition, according to Andrei Nikolaevich, beautiful planes fly well. And the Yak-152 is beautiful.
    What personally didn’t I like very much in the new YAK and what would I change? Cabin light modeled on the Yak-52. What for? For equal conditions and better visibility from the rear seat. Although, of course, designers know better what is better and whether it is necessary at all.
    What can you wish for the Yak-152 and its creators? So that what was said in the article quickly come true and new YAKs go into a large series and fly into!
    1. Vladimir Mashkov 10 June 2020 08: 52 New
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      Add: TCB - NOT a ground attack aircraft and not a fighter! It is not very smart to demand from the TRAINING PLAN the capabilities of the BATTLE.
    2. LastPS 10 June 2020 23: 24 New
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      What personally didn’t I like very much in the new YAK and what would I change? Cabin light modeled on the Yak-52. What for? For equal conditions and better visibility from the rear seat

      How did you conclude that visibility there is worse than on the 52nd?
      Add: TCB - NOT a ground attack aircraft and not a fighter! It is not very smart to demand from the TRAINING PLAN the capabilities of the BATTLE.

      It’s quite clever if it’s something like a Tucano with one and a half thousand horses under the hood or a jet fusion. Many years of global experience in the use of TCBs as light attack aircraft and the emergence of even a separate toucan-class fully proves this. Yak-152 it really does not concern - too light and low-power machine for such purposes, from it, just, it really is pointless to demand this. It’s just that people are embarrassed by her appearance, it really reminds me of big powerful TCBs, on which drug lord cessna and all kinds of forbidden organizations in the magical East like to drive.
      1. Vladimir Mashkov 11 June 2020 10: 40 New
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        There are people who are friendly to the opponent, try to THINK and understand what he is saying. And there are others. They, like young cocky cockerels, without hesitation pounce on anyone who expressed an opinion different from their opinion. In general, they believe that there are only two opinions: THEIR and wrong! You seem to be from the second.
        1. Vladimir Mashkov 11 June 2020 17: 35 New
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          No, of course, you can make another "training" (combat training) aircraft (and even more powerful "Tukano"), creating a more robust design, equipping it with a motor more powerful than the Tukanov one and a half thousand horses, suspension units of all modern types of weapons for aircraft of this class. Screw analogue of the existing Yak-130. But is it worth it? After all, there is a Yak-130. And the Yak-152 is a TRAINING aircraft, the predecessor of the Yak-130. This is also written in the article. But you, LastPS, you can see it quickly and without thinking ...
          1. LastPS 14 June 2020 19: 18 New
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            No, of course, you can make another "training" (combat training) aircraft (and even more powerful "Tukano"), creating a more robust design, equipping it with a motor more powerful than the Tukanov one and a half thousand horses, suspension units of all modern types of weapons for aircraft of this class. Screw analogue of the existing Yak-130. But is it worth it? After all, there is a Yak-130. And the Yak-152 is a TRAINING aircraft, the predecessor of the Yak-130. This is also written in the article. But you, LastPS, you can see it quickly and without thinking ...

            And here I didn’t argue with you, I even pointed out on the contrary that it is pointless to demand such a thing from the 152nd, only every third comment about hanging something military on him and you yourself point it out. I do not agree with the point of view regarding the requirements for the combat capabilities of the TCB, but in the case of the 152nd you are right.
        2. LastPS 14 June 2020 19: 07 New
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          Quote: Vladimir Mashkov
          There are people who are friendly to the opponent, try to THINK and understand what he is saying. And there are others. They, like young cocky cockerels, without hesitation pounce on anyone who expressed an opinion different from their opinion. In general, they believe that there are only two opinions: THEIR and wrong! You seem to be from the second.

          Well, yes, of course, and hanging labels ignoring the question is, of course, paints you as an interlocutor. Argumentation of the format “For equal conditions and a better view from the back seat” is never valid, judging by the photographs, it does not indicate the worst visibility of the 152nd cabin.
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            You're not right! I did NOT claim, did not "hang tags", but I SUGGESTED! Is not it?
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    and where did the light planes from Sukhoi go, at one time there were a lot of enthusiasm in the media, and the pilots performed, and it seems that there was even a training version, if the memory does not change, there was even an ejection system
  25. xomaNN 13 June 2020 22: 25 New
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    In the 30s in the USSR, not only aviaKB but also enthusiasts made training propeller aircraft and flew them with varying success. With the current advanced engineering and technology, "stainless steel" should be training screw screw easy to do. AND ?...