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The first batch of Yak-130 aircraft arrived at Borisoglebsky Aviation Training Center

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The first batch of Yak-130 aircraft arrived at Borisoglebsky Aviation Training Center
October 5 The pilots of the Borisoglebsky Training Aviation Center of the Russian Air Force carried out the first batch of Yak-2012 combat-training aircraft transferred from the factory aerodrome of Irkut Corporation to its permanent base in Borisoglebsk.

The 3 of the Yak-130 aircraft proceeded along the route Irkutsk-Borisoglebsk, making two intermediate landings at the airfields of Novosibirsk and Chelyabinsk for refueling and crew rest.

Until the end of this year in the academic aviation the center of the Air Force Research Center "VVA", located in the city of Borisoglebsk, Voronezh region, will be delivered 12 more such machines. In total, according to the contracts, the Russian Air Force will receive 55 new training aircraft.

The Yak-130 belongs to a new generation of training aircraft. For the first time in Russia, the Yak-130 sold fully digital avionics on electronic equipment. It is equipped with an integrated digital electrical remote control system, which allows for educational purposes to change the characteristics of stability and controllability depending on the type of aircraft being simulated. The reprogramming system allows you to bring the dynamic characteristics of the Yak-130 to the simulated aircraft that are in service with the Russian Air Force.
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  1. Nevsky
    Nevsky 6 October 2012 11: 24
    +7
    Great news! :)
    1. ShturmKGB
      ShturmKGB 6 October 2012 11: 31
      +2
      The news is good, it's just a pity that the electronics are not ours ...
      1. escobar
        escobar 6 October 2012 12: 12
        +3
        ShturmKGB
        The news is good, it's just a pity that the electronics are not ours ...
        I agree. But if your own is damp, then it’s better and safer to temporarily establish a firm. And as the T-50 is brought up, I think there will be its own excellent control system. And the news is good, I’m happy for Russia. It’s calmer as it’s soul)).
        1. patsantre
          patsantre 6 October 2012 13: 34
          +1
          Isn't India engaged in electronics for the T-50? But will it be manufactured in Russia?
      2. Vadivak
        Vadivak 6 October 2012 14: 52
        +2
        ShturmKGB
        The news is good, it's just a pity that the electronics are not ours ...


        I heard that it is on export machines for Algeria India, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand
        1. APASUS
          APASUS 6 October 2012 15: 44
          +1
          Quote: Vadivak
          I heard that it is on export machines for Algeria India, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand

          Actually, it was infa that Indians are engaged in electronics and software for PAKs, within their share in the joint venture.
          Although now it’s hard to say how deep the cooperation with the Indians will be !!
          1. aksakal
            aksakal 6 October 2012 16: 56
            +2
            Quote: APASUS
            Actually, it was infa that the Indians are engaged in electronics and software for PAKs within their share in the joint venture. Although now it’s hard to say how deep the cooperation with the Indians will be !!
            - is VAF already gone? Where's the SSI?
            In terms of software and electronics, the Indians are even nothing, that’s basically it. But how exactly is it here? - hell knows.
            Can anyone say something about this?
            Article plus. The news is good, the planes are great.
            I'd like that such news would come more often.
            1. Botanologist
              Botanologist 6 October 2012 21: 37
              +1
              Hope Vaf is back. Though impulsive, he is special. We will endure and listen carefully.
      3. bddrus
        bddrus 6 October 2012 19: 01
        0
        apparently that's why the Italians and hobbled when it was brought up - that's why imported electronics
      4. alexng
        alexng 6 October 2012 21: 52
        +1
        ShturmKGB
        The news is good, it's just a pity that the electronics are not ours ...

        Who told you such nonsense. My son works at Irkut in the KB and he says that the electronics are completely domestic. Maybe enough to bear the gag.
      5. Ustin
        Ustin 7 October 2012 07: 57
        +1
        Whose, if not secret? Che import of a plane I found only a binder for rubber, and everything else is local ...
    2. valokordin
      valokordin 6 October 2012 17: 13
      +1
      Yes, new cars arrived in my native Borisoglebsk. Air Force Glory
  2. itr
    itr 6 October 2012 11: 29
    +2
    Strange two days ago was six today three
    They wanted to buy 65, they write about 55
    Who is right?
    1. fantast
      6 October 2012 11: 32
      +2
      Information from the website of the Ministry of Defense
    2. PLO
      PLO 6 October 2012 11: 35
      +3
      all right
      On October 5, 2012, three new training courses arrived at the Borisoglebsk Aviation Training Center named after V.P. Chkalov of the Russian Air Force (Voronezh Region; a branch of the A.K.Serov Krasnodar Military Aviation Institute) from the Irkutsk Aviation Plant JSC Irkut Corporation. - training aircraft Yak-130 built by this enterprise.The planes flew from Irkutsk on their own, on the way having made the planned landings for refueling at airfields in Novosibirsk and Chelyabinsk.

      Next week (presumably October 11), the Russian Air Force Aviation Training Center will be replenished with three more Yak-130 combat training aircraft, which are currently located at the airfield of the Irkutsk Aviation Plant. These six Yak-130 aircraft, transferred to Borisoglebsk, are the first aircraft built by Irkut Corporation under a contract with the Russian Ministry of Defense for the supply of 55 aircraft of this type by the end of 2015 for the amount of about 30 billion rubles, signed on December 5, 2011 This is also the first Yak-130 built in Irkutsk for the Russian Air Force. Earlier, the Russian Air Force in 2010-2011 received 12 serial Yak-130 aircraft manufactured by OAO Nizhny Novgorod Aircraft Building Plant Sokol under a contract concluded on March 31, 2005 (ten of these machines are also in Borisoglebsk). It is reported that in addition to the first six, by the end of 2012 12 more Yak-130 aircraft will be delivered from the Irkutsk aircraft plant to Borisoglebsk.

      under the first contract 12 pre-production aircraft
      the second 55 gray aircraft
      2 pre-production aircraft crashed
      total 65 aircraft
      1. wax
        wax 6 October 2012 22: 47
        0
        There are four of them in the photo.
  3. baltika-18
    baltika-18 6 October 2012 12: 25
    +4
    A Yak-130 is a beautiful car
    1. PLO
      PLO 6 October 2012 12: 30
      +6
      view from the cabin
      1. Tirpitz
        Tirpitz 6 October 2012 13: 46
        0
        Cool. But what are the patterns on the glass for? Who knows.
        1. Diesel
          Diesel 6 October 2012 14: 04
          0
          This is a powder charge like
        2. PLO
          PLO 6 October 2012 14: 05
          +1
          pyro charges
          when ejecting, the cockpit lantern collapses, pilots fly out through it
          it’s faster than if you shoot the entire flashlight
          1. APASUS
            APASUS 6 October 2012 20: 09
            -5
            Quote: olp
            pyro charges during ejection the lantern of the cockpit collapses, the pilots fly out through the hatch so it turns out faster than if you shoot the whole lantern

            HA HA HA
            Despite the fact that the pilot flies out through the front glass (he also scrubbed the floor with a kilo), and the shooter the radio operator generally goes into the nano world, sprinkled with fragments of a broken flashlight ...............
            Yes, guys! A squib in the cockpit ?!
            The Yak-130 implemented the concept of a glass crew cabin. Both cabins are equipped with three 6x8-inch multi-color liquid-crystal color indicators, and in the front there is an additional collimator indicator against a windshield. With their help, you can simulate the information and control field of the cockpit of almost any fighter.
            1. flanker7
              flanker7 6 October 2012 22: 23
              +2
              In vain, your friend giggles - everything is so, the piercer is laid in the glass of the cockpit, the bailout contracts are as follows: first a second chair, then the first, so there are no fragments - everything is blown away by the oncoming air stream. In addition, this excludes pilot burns by the powder engines of the seat. So before you laugh, read more ...
            2. Bashkaus
              Bashkaus 7 October 2012 21: 12
              0
              APASUS and do you know that the ejection seat is one big squib exploding like a salute according to a well-defined algorithm? )))
              Or did you think that the chair, on parole, flies out of the cockpit?
              Departure along the guides from the cockpit is the operation of the squibs.
              The mid-flight engine of the chair is one very large squib.
              The system separating the pilot from the seat is damn - also due to the squibs.
              The only drawback is the risk of injury to the pilot. Alas, he is. I can not say anything about the nature and severity of the injuries, but there’s a risk that a fragment could accidentally interrupt some kind of artery. Unfortunately, this is an unpleasant fact requiring a solution to the problem.
              1. Bashkaus
                Bashkaus 8 October 2012 15: 08
                0
                So, I do not understand who is so smart put me a minus? I will ask you to justify it reasonably!
                1-Isn't the chair fired by the squibs?
                2-Can’t the glass fly cause injury?
                Look carefully 1:15 With the fact that the glass first breaks and only then the chair comes out I agree and do not dispute this fact. But the time between these two operations is calculated in fractions of seconds. The fragments physically do not have time to fly apart. The pilot flies out into a cloud of these glasses, so there is a great risk of injury.
        3. Ustin
          Ustin 7 October 2012 08: 00
          0
          When catapulting the glass breaks with these caps, and then the grandmothers leave.
        4. laurbalaur
          laurbalaur 7 October 2012 13: 57
          0
          these are pyrocords for undermining a flashlight at the moment of bailout
    2. Sandov
      Sandov 6 October 2012 21: 53
      -2
      baltika-18,
      Handsome, I think the A-10 will be stronger. TTX seems to be quite good, but we will give people who are hollow to someone in the goose.
  4. wave
    wave 6 October 2012 12: 54
    0
    very beautiful! I especially like the big cabin
  5. Rossmk
    Rossmk 6 October 2012 13: 11
    0
    The good news is that the car is really beautiful.
  6. nycsson
    nycsson 6 October 2012 13: 32
    +1
    It is high time to transfer from Czech-made L-39.
    1. PLO
      PLO 6 October 2012 14: 06
      0
      it seems like they are not completely abandoning the L-39, some are being capitulated and modernized
  7. patsantre
    patsantre 6 October 2012 13: 37
    0
    As far as I understand, it can be used for military operations. Then explain how training combat vehicles differ from military ones? On the same Su-30, one can learn and fight in the same way.
    1. PLO
      PLO 6 October 2012 14: 15
      +2
      As far as I understand, it can be used for military operations. Then explain how training combat vehicles differ from military ones? On the same Su-30, one can learn and fight in the same way.

      The Yak-130 can be used as a light attack aircraft, but unlike the Su-25, there is no reservation on it, as a fighter or bomber it has too little payload, range and speed.

      but the cost of a flight hour on it is much cheaper, in addition, training equipment does not put extra equipment (for example, radar, electronic warfare equipment, etc.)
      1. patsantre
        patsantre 6 October 2012 14: 38
        0
        I see. Thanks.
    2. Bosk
      Bosk 6 October 2012 16: 25
      +1
      a simple example of Po-2, for mosquito aviation there will always be work during the fighting.
      1. Santa Fe
        Santa Fe 6 October 2012 17: 01
        +1
        Quote: Bosk
        do not put extra equipment on training aircraft (for example, radar, electronic warfare equipment, etc.

        Quote: Bosk
        The Yak-130 can be used as a light attack aircraft, but unlike the Su-25, there is no reservation on it, as a fighter or bomber it has too little payload, range and speed.

        A good machine for shooting unarmed

        Quote: Bosk
        for mosquito aviation there will always be work during the fighting.

        I do not recall a single case that NATO used the training T-38 Talon in conflicts (in the photo, the aircraft was adopted by the training squadrons in 1959)
        1. Alex 241
          Alex 241 6 October 2012 17: 11
          +1
          According to some reports, it was used as a scout during the Balkan conflict.
          1. Santa Fe
            Santa Fe 6 October 2012 18: 12
            +1
            Quote: Alex 241
            According to some information used as a scout during the Balkan conflict.


            But not as a "light attack aircraft"!

            If this is really true, then "was used as a scout" - loudly said. With complete air superiority, in the absence of any serious opposition
        2. aksakal
          aksakal 6 October 2012 21: 30
          0
          Quote: SWEET_SIXTEEN
          A good machine for shooting unarmed

          - Well, if you want to call Islamic militants who did not have in their hands only any MANPADS, and the rest - everything is there, small, including and heavy weapons, then call. And she is for shooting at such a really good weapon.
          Given that:
          Quote: olp
          but the cost of flying hours on it is much cheaper,
          - that thing for the fight against terrorist attacks is simply awesome. The rest of the aircraft, such as SU-27 and derivatives are very redundant
          1. Santa Fe
            Santa Fe 6 October 2012 23: 15
            +1
            Quote: aksakal
            Well, if you want to call Islamic militants who did not have in their hands only any MANPADS, and the rest - everything is there, a rifle, including and heavy weapons, then call.


            First, Islamic militants have never had a shortage of MANPADS
            Secondly, in Afghanistan, the aviation suffered most of its losses from DShK and ZU-23 (EMNIP 70% of losses) and this applies even more to the "subsonic combat training light attack aircraft without armor"
            Thirdly, without serious sighting systems, there’s nothing to even try to look for single targets, lost somewhere in the mountains
            Fourth, none of the modern armies uses training machines in conflicts

            Quote: aksakal
            but the cost of flying hours on it is much cheaper - that’s the thing for combating terrorugs is simply awesome

            Given all of the above, your statement becomes softly burning, unfounded
            1. leon-iv
              leon-iv 6 October 2012 23: 41
              0
              SWEET_SIXTEEN
              And if the Yak-130 is sawed up, hang the container TsU. And 4 WTOs on external pylons. And due to the low flying hour, it can provide air support to ground units in conflicts of low intensity.
              1. Santa Fe
                Santa Fe 7 October 2012 15: 23
                0
                Quote: leon-iv
                And if the Yak-130 is sawed up, hang up the container TsU

                This cannot be done even on the MiG-29. Why - contact the specialists, I’m not a pilot myself. I suspect that this is somehow connected with the mismatch of the avionics avionics.
                Quote: leon-iv
                And due to the low flying hour

                How much does one Yak-130 flight cost?
        3. Bashkaus
          Bashkaus 7 October 2012 21: 28
          0
          I also do not remember a single case when NATO fought a serious enemy to death, when the use of precision weapons smoothly turns into bayonet attacks.
          You also tell me that you do not understand what is common between cartridges for AK47, cigarettes (Belomorkanal, prima, etc.) and domestic pasta by weight;)) I will tell you, this is the number "7,62" for what I think you can guess?
          1. Santa Fe
            Santa Fe 7 October 2012 21: 36
            0
            Quote: Bashkaus
            I'll tell you, this is the number "7,62" for what I think you will guess yourself?

            The usual urban legend.


            The question remains open how much does one Yak-130 flight cost
  8. andrei332809
    andrei332809 6 October 2012 14: 39
    0
    let them learn, good luck. that's just alarming one thing - again "the rest will be transferred." when will they start talking only about what has happened, and not about the possible?
  9. sergskak
    sergskak 6 October 2012 16: 59
    0
    It’s a very good plane. I hope it will push the twin Frenchman out of the market. It’s interesting to know about the factories and whether there is anyone to work there at all. This is for the authors. I suppose the old men are alone. Now I don’t teach professions. All .... I’m lawyers and managers.
  10. valokordin
    valokordin 6 October 2012 17: 00
    0
    There was already a message in May about the arrival of aircraft in Borisoglebsk that they flew away and arrived again? Again some optical illusion.
  11. Alex 241
    Alex 241 6 October 2012 17: 24
    0
    In my opinion, the aircraft is for advanced rather than initial training of flight personnel.
    1. gyrfalco
      gyrfalco 6 October 2012 18: 19
      0
      Yak-130, indeed, for the initial preparation is difficult. In the post-Soviet era, after the actual collapse of the pilot training system at DOSAAF, the issue of adopting an easy-to-operate, and most importantly, cheap-to-operate training aircraft, was especially acute. An air force university just needs such a massive piston aircraft. There were projects, competitions were held, for example, announced by the Ministry of Defense in June 2001. By the decision of the tender committee signed by the Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Air Force A. Kornukov on October 26, 2001, the Su-49 project was named the winner, but the Defense Ministry did not find the money to develop it. China and Russia in August 2007 at MAKS-2007 reached an agreement on the joint development of a new TCB for initial flight training, on the terms of joint investment, development, risk taking and sharing of benefits. However, today the development of the Chinese L-7 is significantly ahead of the development of the Yak-152 project.
  12. Insurgent
    Insurgent 6 October 2012 18: 26
    0
    For such a country, this is annually for a teaspoon of 30 pieces every year, although not 3 pieces
  13. MI-AS-72
    MI-AS-72 6 October 2012 19: 45
    +1
    It would not have turned out as with the "Ansat" for the cadets in terms of the helicopter of the initial training it turned out to be difficult, and the transition from it to the Mi-8 or Mi-24. Essentially requires other skills and abilities, they take the cadet out on a new basis and form other skills, and this is the worst thing that can be during training in flight.
    1. Ustin
      Ustin 7 October 2012 08: 08
      0
      I am sure that it will not work. In Algeria, the transition was almost painless, according to the cadets at the Su30MKA, even easier than the smaller electronics ...
  14. Romeohihnic
    Romeohihnic 6 October 2012 23: 37
    0
    The tasks of the aircraft include training cadets of flight schools: take-off and landing, piloting, navigation, performing complex maneuvers, acquiring skills to operate in extreme flight modes, actions in case of AT failures and pilot errors, flying in closed battle formations during the day and in conditions of visual visibility, the development of weapons systems and the development of the basics of combat use in operations on ground and air targets, training in the skills of performing offensive and defensive maneuvers, characteristic of aircraft of 4 and 5 generations.
  15. tambu
    tambu 7 October 2012 01: 40
    +4
    AI-222-25 ... and I experienced this dviglo ... handsome men, amazingly quiet and high-quality "hard workers", what we just didn’t do with them, but at least henna ... it was not in vain that their Chinese people looked after themselves, even helped (with money, of course) the afterburner and the petals for the engine to finish ... with them it is generally a beast ... And the Irkutsk control units (let's call them that) generally showed themselves excellently, although amateurs still think that Russians are in electronics do not rummage ...
  16. mnbv199
    mnbv199 24 October 2012 07: 55
    0
    Good news!
  17. mnbv199
    mnbv199 24 October 2012 08: 30
    0
    +++++++++ 10500
  18. mnbv199
    mnbv199 24 October 2012 09: 20
    0
    +++++++++ 10500