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Russian Air Force received 3 Su-30CM and 3 Yak-130

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29 August 2014, the Russian Air Force received three Su-30CM multifunctional two-seat fighters and three Yak-130 fighter training aircraft from Irkut Corporation, reports Strategy and Technology Analysis Center blog. The transfer of the aircraft was timed to the 80 anniversary of the Irkutsk Aviation Plant, at the ceremony was attended by the Deputy Chairman of the Russian Government Dmitry Rogozin.



Irkut Corporation produces Su-30SM fighters for the Russian Air Force under 2 contracts for 30 aircraft each, which were signed with the Russian Ministry of Defense in March and December 2012. In addition, separate contracts for the construction of these aircraft for the Marine aviation Russian Navy.

In 2014, the Irkutsk Aviation Plant will transfer Su-16CM aircraft to 30 customers.

The transferred 29 on August, the Su-30CM will receive the 120 th mixed aviation regiment of the 303 th Guards Mixed Air Division of the 3 th Air Force and Air Defense Command of the Eastern Military District, based on Domn airfield in the Trans-Baikal Territory.

Combat training aircraft Yak-130 are built under a contract with the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, signed in December 2011 of the year, which provides for the supply of 55 machines until the end of 2015 of the year.

Presumably, the transferred 3 aircraft will go to the Kushchevskaya Aviation Training Base of the Krasnodar Higher Military Aviation Pilot School.
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  1. skylare
    skylare 3 September 2014 13: 56
    +15
    More, preferably more. Six cars is a drop in the bucket.
    1. evgenii67
      evgenii67 3 September 2014 14: 00
      +15
      Quote: skylare
      More, preferably more. Six cars is a drop in the bucket.

      a drop?! re-equipment is proceeding according to plans; this is not the first delivery and not the last
      1. supertiger21
        supertiger21 3 September 2014 14: 37
        +5
        Very good news! Great! good
    2. Maksmith
      Maksmith 3 September 2014 14: 05
      +5
      Quote: skylare
      More, preferably more. Six cars is a drop in the bucket.

      There will be a drop by drop. The main thing is not to stop, and over time, the power of the Russian Army will be restored so that these naughty dogs from NATO will scream from helplessness.
      1. Rarahin
        Rarahin 3 September 2014 23: 05
        0
        Yes, they already squeal:
        lies, attacks, sanctions - all this is a squeal and howl from awareness of one's own weakness and powerlessness.
    3. Associate Professor
      Associate Professor 3 September 2014 14: 10
      +1
      Quote: skylare
      More, preferably more. Six cars is a drop in the bucket.

      This year, the Russian army will receive at least 230 new aircraft and helicopters. About 50 of them have already entered the troops. This was announced by Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu at a meeting in the ministry today.
      According to RIA Novosti, about 50 of the 230 new aircraft the army has already received. The remaining 180 are due by the end of the year.
      Sergei Shoigu emphasized that in the current conditions it is necessary to pay close attention to the better development of aircraft and the safety of its operation.
    4. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 3 September 2014 14: 14
      +5
      New planes are good, but sucked SU 24 from Khurba ????
      Empty request Serge VAFYou know something?
      1. Wiruz
        Wiruz 3 September 2014 14: 26
        +1
        NATO ships flew to meet laughing There are as many as 4 of them should enter the Black Sea
  2. EvgenR36
    EvgenR36 3 September 2014 13: 58
    +10
    Eh would have started to deliver the T-50 faster.
    1. svp67
      svp67 3 September 2014 14: 13
      +6
      Quote: EvgenR36
      Eh would have started to deliver the T-50 faster.
      This would be good, but not great, since the period of "overcoming childhood illnesses" is still ahead, and the Su30MK is already a fairly mature machine and, most importantly, it is capable of working effectively "on the ground", in the current conditions it is very important ...
  3. igor1981
    igor1981 3 September 2014 13: 59
    +4
    Such news is always pleasing.
  4. Loner_53
    Loner_53 3 September 2014 13: 59
    +2
    Give GOD not the last! Give GOD more! soldier drinks
  5. Sasha 19871987
    Sasha 19871987 3 September 2014 14: 02
    +2
    csc to the world on a thread. where 6, there are 10 and more ... it's better than 0 without a stick, the states, too, planes do not put into operation hundreds at a time ...
  6. figwam
    figwam 3 September 2014 14: 02
    +2
    Beautiful airplanes, an air fist must be large and powerful, in comparison with NATO we certainly lose in number, so the release of new airplanes is vital.
  7. Arh
    Arh 3 September 2014 14: 04
    +1
    Feelings of pride and some kind of childish joy over our planes overwhelm me !!! good
  8. samoletil18
    samoletil18 3 September 2014 14: 08
    +4
    Well, for an equal number of take-offs and landings drinks
  9. kr33sania
    kr33sania 3 September 2014 14: 16
    +6
    All of the above certainly pleases. That's only when the civilian population transfers from Boeing and Airbuses to our new appropriate passenger liners. The program for creating Russian civil aviation is comparable in value to space. Yes, and raise the prestige ...
    1. Associate Professor
      Associate Professor 3 September 2014 14: 22
      +8
      Quote: kr33sania
      That's only when the civilian population transfers from Boeing and Airbuses to our new appropriate passenger liners.

      I hope they will begin to change trains when the serial production of the Yak-242 begins, and this is not earlier than 2017. In 2015, the first flight seems to be.


      New plants have already been built for the production of composite parts for the aircraft industry in Kazan and Ulyanovsk.
      1. FID
        FID 3 September 2014 18: 29
        +2
        Quote: Docent
        New plants have already been built for the production of composite parts for the aircraft industry in Kazan and Ulyanovsk.

        As for the plants, you did not get excited ??? There are sites in the old workshops, they are either named CJSC, or some LLC ... In Kazan, new equipment ... Yes, and about the series ... Who will buy the planes? Name the airline. Pictures from the Internet are good and beautiful, models, layouts ...
    2. Korablev
      Korablev 3 September 2014 14: 22
      -15
      Quote: kr33sania
      That's only when the civilian population moves from Boeing and Airbuses to our new relevant passenger liners

      When, when ... and we will not live to see it (and thank God!)
  10. Rigla
    Rigla 3 September 2014 14: 18
    +2
    We are waiting for the T-50, SU-30, of course, one of the best cars, but we must go forward.
  11. bekjan
    bekjan 3 September 2014 14: 19
    +1
    Soon, in 2016 there will be parity between our Air Force and the US Air Force, and after that the scales will lean in our direction.
    1. supertiger21
      supertiger21 3 September 2014 14: 40
      +3
      Quote: bekjan
      Soon, in 2016 there will be parity between our Air Force and the US Air Force, and after that the scales will lean in our direction.


      With all patriotism, we will not hide the fact that the United States intends to buy 2443 units of the F-35 by 2030, and this is an impressive figure. Ours by 2020 are going to have 60 PAK FAs in service. smile
  12. Wiruz
    Wiruz 3 September 2014 14: 23
    +13
    In my opinion, the dark gray color (as on the Su-35C below) is better suited to Russian aircraft ...
  13. Wiruz
    Wiruz 3 September 2014 14: 25
    +1
    By the way, who knows how many Su-30SM MO ordered? Some say that 50, others that 60, the third that 110. Who knows?
    1. supertiger21
      supertiger21 3 September 2014 14: 42
      +3
      Quote: Wiruz
      By the way, who knows how many Su-30SM MO ordered? Some say that 50, others that 60, the third that 110. Who knows?


      30 under the contract until 2015, as well as another 30 until 2016.
      In addition to them, 16 units of Su-30MK2 were ordered
  14. Vladimir Petrov
    Vladimir Petrov 3 September 2014 14: 26
    +1
    Good news!
  15. Korablev
    Korablev 3 September 2014 14: 27
    -13
    Combat training aircraft Yak-130 are built under a contract with the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, signed in December 2011 of the year, which provides for the supply of 55 machines until the end of 2015 of the year.
    Allegedly transferred 3 aircraft will arrive

    55 aircraft until the end of the 15th? Somehow little hard to believe, if at such a pace.
  16. Roman 1977
    Roman 1977 3 September 2014 14: 29
    +9
    Well, very good. The main thing is that the number of take-offs always matches the number of landings. drinks
    And for doubters, I remind you, last year the Air Force received 77 aircraft and 112 helicopters:
    12 Su-35,

    14 Su-34,

    14 Su-30CM,

    4 Su-30M2,

    4 MiG-29K / UB - 2 MiG-29K and 2 MiG-29KUB transferred to the Navy on November 25 from a contract for a new type of 24 ship fighter.
    18 (20) Yak-130 as part of the 8 contract of December 2011 for the supply of 55 aircraft. All aircraft went to Borisoglebsk. At the end of December, the first pair of Yak-130 2014 of the year was transmitted ahead of schedule.
    1 EN-148-100Е
    3 EN-140-100,
    3 L-410UVP-E20,
    1 Tu-154,
    1 Tu-214ON,
    not less than 14 Mi-28Н,
    not less than 17 Ka-52,
    not less than 8 Mi-35,
    4 Mi-26
    53 Mi-8AMTSH. For a year, the plant in Ulan-Ude exceeded the plan for the 2013 year and handed over to the 53 troops Mi-8AMTS.
    more 10 Mi-8MTV5
    at least 6 "Ansat-U"
    http://www.vmir.su/65905-samolety-i-vertolety-chto-postavleno-v-vvs-rossii-v-201
    3-godu-23-foto-tekst.html

    For comparison, the US Air Force did not receive combat aircraft last year, only 14 F-35 Lightning II was put into trial operation, having written off 286 aircraft (102 A-10C, 21 F-16, 27 C-5A Galaxy, 65 C-130 Hercules, all 38 C-27 Spartan)
    http://lenta.ru/news/2012/02/03/cuts/

    Thus, only China is ahead of us in the production of aircraft and their entry into the troops
    http://rusplt.ru/world/nad-podnebesnoy-kitayskie-vvs-ot-istrebiteley-do-dronov-8
    274.html
    1. iwind
      iwind 3 September 2014 14: 53
      +1

      Quote: Novel 1977
      For comparison, the US Air Force did not receive combat aircraft last year, only 14 F-35 Lightning II was put into trial operation, having written off 286 aircraft (102 A-10C, 21 F-16, 27 C-5A Galaxy, 65 C-130 Hercules, all 38 C-27 Spartan)

      Actually That F35 was 35 pieces. and yet su-35 is also in trial operation. A-10C was not drunk (Although it might be worth it, the 27 C-5A Galaxy is the same.
      1. Roman 1977
        Roman 1977 3 September 2014 15: 15
        +9
        Quote: iwind
        Actually That F35 was 35 pieces. and yet su-35 is also in trial operation. A-10C was not drunk (Although it might be worth it, the 27 C-5A Galaxy is the same.

        Maybe so, at least planned
        Now let's see the average age of the main American aircraft:
        B-1 - 40 years, first flight 1974 year.

        F-15 - 40 years, first flight 1974 year.

        F-16 - 40 years, first flight 1974 year.
        F-18 - 36 years, first flight 1978 year.

        F-22 - 24 of the year, first flight 1990 of the year.

        I'm not talking about other areas of the American military-industrial complex:
        F-35 so far rather not than it is, and what it turned out and for what price, then for the United States it would be better not.

        Zumwalt turned out even in the potential number of 2 (3?) Pieces without one radar and missile defense capabilities, but how many plans are there to build Burkov?
        US Navy just saw worse and have Virginia, Burke and Superhornets in commercial quantities.
        SV - on junk without any prospects at all (Krusader and Komanche are poher, FCS ended in zilch, neither a new tank nor a new BMP is visible even beyond the horizon)
        Air Force - F-22 is outdated, and has not yet reached combat readiness and multifunctionality, for the F-35 Hero of Russia you can hand out handfuls to Amer industrialists and generals. When the resource runs out, F-15 and F-16 will have wop. The UAV's passion for these shock and expensive, which even Iran is landing. Of the strategists, the only sense is from the 60-year-old B-52, for the B-2 there are no missiles.
        In Europe, the same situation, UK, Germans, Italians and Spaniards fly on the Eurofighter Typhoon, the first flight of which took place already in the 1984 year (30 years) and are patiently waiting for the Americans to finally finish the F-35.

        The French have their own "pride" - the Dassault Rafale, which they tormented since the early 80s, and entered service as early as 2004 (Navy) and 2006 (Air Force).

        Moreover, both Eurofighter Typhoon and Dassault Rafale belong to the 4th generation, not even "4+", and they do not even smell of the fifth.
        1. supertiger21
          supertiger21 3 September 2014 17: 49
          +3
          Novel, with all patriotism, let me object!
          Your words:
          Quote: Novel 1977
          Now let's see the average age of the main American aircraft:

          That is, it is necessary to consider exactly the MIDDLE age of each US Air Force fighter. But for some reason, you are considering the age since the flight of the first modifications of these aircraft that have already been removed from service:

          Quote: Novel 1977
          F-15 - 40 years, first flight 1974 year.


          Currently in service with the United States are modifications F-15 released only after 1979.
          And the bulk of those released after 1988.

          Quote: Novel 1977
          F-16 - 40 years old, first flight 1974; F-18 - 36 years old, first flight 1978.


          With F-16 and F-18 the same thing as with F-15 (see above).

          Quote: Novel 1977
          In Europe, the same situation, small Britain, Germans, Italians and Spaniards fly on the Eurofighter Typhoon, the first flight of which took place already in 1984 (30 years)


          Sorry, but the first flight of Eurofighter Typhoon took place in 1994 and not in 1984 ?!

          Quote: Novel 1977
          F-35 so far rather not than it is, and what it turned out and for what price, then for the United States it would be better not.


          I agree with this, there was a lot of controversy and problems with this aircraft. However, it is too early to write it off, because his procurement plans (2800-3100 units) has not yet been canceled.
          1. Roman 1977
            Roman 1977 3 September 2014 18: 26
            +4
            Greetings Aslan! Always happy to chat with a smart person.
            Quote: supertiger21
            That is, it is necessary to consider exactly the MIDDLE age of each US Air Force fighter. But for some reason, you are considering the age since the flight of the first modifications of these aircraft that have already been removed from service:

            The last of the 2231 F-16 for the U.S. Air Force was in the 2005 year, that is, the youngest fighter 9 years. The aircraft of the first modifications wear out and the Americans are forced to write them off or remodel them, so in the 2010 year, the U.S. Air Force signed a contract with Boeing worth $ 69 million for serial conversion of X-NUMX target aircraft to F-126 fighters that have exhausted their resources.
            http://zoom.cnews.ru/rnd/?2010/03/10/382157

            The situation is similar with the F-35 Lightning II, the last F-15C, released in 1989 (25 years), F-15E Strike Eagle in 1999 year (15 years). moreover, they are not expected to replace them yet: the F-22 Raptor turned out to be rather unsuccessful, the Americans did not even release it in Libya (God forbid it falls), and its production has already been discontinued, the last one was released in 2011, and it is still unknown from F-35 Lightning II that will come out and will come out at all ...
            Those. it turns out a paradoxical situation F-15 and F-16 are written off from old age, but they have no replacement ... True, not everything is so bad, the last time the U.S. Air Force participated in the 1999 year in Yugoslavia, and the Taliban are driven by enough of these ancient Pepelians .
            They quickly got their bearings from simpler sailors and ordered an "advanced" version of the Hornet -F / A-18E / F Super Hornet, the production of which will continue until 2020 and have bought all the British Harriers.
            Quote: supertiger21
            Currently, the U.S. is armed with F-15 modifications released only after the 1979 year, and most of them are those released after the 1988 year.

            I wrote about F-15 above, the youngest fighter F-15С-25 years old, the shock version of the F-15E Strike Eagle-15 years.
            Quote: supertiger21
            With F-16 and F-18 the same thing as with F-15 (see above).

            Here we also look above, incl. and about the air force.
            Quote: supertiger21
            Sorry, but the first flight of Eurofighter Typhoon took place in 1994 and not in 1984 ?!

            Sorry, described, of course, in the 1994 year.
            Quote: supertiger21
            I agree with this, there was a lot of controversy and problems with this aircraft. However, it is too early to write it off, because his procurement plans (2800-3100 units) has not yet been canceled.

            Forgive me, but the Americans have nothing to choose from, except for their own air force, the air forces of the allies are waiting for him, incl. such "expensive" ones as small Britain, Israel and Japan. In addition, do not forget that the story may repeat itself with the F-104 Starfighter, which was also positioned as a revolutionary aircraft, but realizing what kind of "miracle" the Americans simply "shoved" it to their allies, after which it received the nickname "Widowmaker" (" Widowmaker ") and" Flying Coffin "(" flying coffin ")
            1. SV
              SV 3 September 2014 19: 03
              0
              Modernization of the above machines is mainly related to electronic filling (of course it is important), but the engine, glider and much more?
            2. supertiger21
              supertiger21 3 September 2014 20: 43
              0
              Quote: Novel 1977
              I wrote about F-15 above, the youngest fighter F-15С-25 years old, the shock version of the F-15E Strike Eagle-15 years.


              Well, that's what I’m talking about good ! I just objected then to the number you indicated 40 (years), which has in mind the already retired F-15A.

              Quote: Novel 1977
              Sorry, described, of course, in the 1994 year.


              Come on, who doesn’t happen with ?! yes

              Quote: Novel 1977
              Forgive me, but the Americans have nothing to choose from, except for their own air force, the air forces of the allies are waiting for him, incl. such "expensive" ones as small Britain, Israel and Japan. In addition, do not forget that the story may repeat itself with the F-104 Starfighter, which was also positioned as a revolutionary aircraft, but realizing what kind of "miracle" the Americans simply "shoved" it to their allies, after which it received the nickname "Widowmaker" (" Widowmaker ") and" Flying Coffin "(" flying coffin ")


              In this, Roman completely agrees with you! F-104 Starfighter really came out as a "flying coffin". Many operators of this aircraft lost a significant number of the available fleet. Even after several unsuccessful sorties of the 104th, the Yankees took them out of the combat zone in Vietnam During the battles of the Pakistani Starfighters with the Indian MiGs in 1971, the latter defeated the Pakistanis with a dry score. I think that the reason for the failure is that the plane was not used entirely for its intended purpose. For its main task was a quick climb and speed to defeat air intruders with air-to-air missiles. As far as I know, there was no aircraft cannon on the Starfighter ?! request
          2. iwind
            iwind 3 September 2014 22: 34
            +1
            And why the years of the first flight? Aircraft have been produced for decades.
            About F-16 have already been written, for a plane 9 years old this is not the line. The latest F-16 units are more than modern. Write-off of old offset by production of F-35
            F-15E and F-15c have undergone more than one modernization and have AFAR radars in their arsenal, modern sighting systems integrate all modern AFS, etc. not all aircraft can boast of such a thing (for example, the su-30cm), so the F-15E will last another 15 years.

            F-22 is outdated ... hmm ... and what is the statement based on? Interestingly, the F-35 is blamed for its versatility, but here ... By the way, the same pack will have very limited opportunities for working on the ground, or rather, it will need an external sighting system 101 KS-N, which is strange for stealth planes, the same dark story with UAB for the internal compartment with a range of 50 + KM. Why am I doing this? It is foolish to demand from an airplane to gain superiority in the sky with unsurpassed shock functions.
            And again, what is the date of the first flight?
            At the moment, Eurofighter Typhoon and Dassault Rafale, is one of the most modern aircraft composite body, powerful integrated electronic warfare systems, radar with AFROM. a large range of TSA - only F-22 (no OLS and sighting systems) and F-35 can boast of this

            1. supertiger21
              supertiger21 4 September 2014 16: 11
              0
              Iwind agrees with you in everything except one:
              Quote: iwind
              At the moment, Eurofighter Typhoon and Dassault Rafale, is one of the most modern aircraft composite body, powerful integrated electronic warfare systems, radar with AFROM. a large range of TSA - only F-22 (no OLS and sighting systems) and F-35 can boast of this

              1) At Eurofighter Typhoon there is no AFAR yet.
              2) On Rafal AFAR began to put only 1-2 years ago.
              3) F-22 and F-35 are far from the only owners of AFAR. For example, the modernized AN / APG-63 radar from the very end of the 90s and the beginning of the 2000s is put on the F-15C, and also there are AFAR on some Chinese modifications Su-27.
  17. Sergei1982
    Sergei1982 3 September 2014 14: 41
    +4
    The main thing is that the process has been going on for the last 2-3 years, deliveries are on an increasing basis, there are no problems with helicopters, there are some small hitches on the Su-35 and an incomprehensible situation with the Mig-35.
  18. Saratovets
    Saratovets 3 September 2014 14: 51
    +1
    When will we finally be informed of deliveries 30 times more
  19. Nikaviz
    Nikaviz 3 September 2014 14: 52
    +1
    Yeah...!!!??? For such a country ... Tears. recourse
  20. Warhead-xnumx
    Warhead-xnumx 3 September 2014 15: 03
    -1
    This is normal!
  21. Dezinto
    Dezinto 3 September 2014 15: 13
    +3
    Solve the stupid question. Explain he is tormenting me every time I see SU 30. Why ?, just below the cab to the right - is there a non-painted area?
    1. ultra
      ultra 3 September 2014 15: 27
      +6
      When firing from a gun, the paint burns, so they don’t paint
      1. Dezinto
        Dezinto 3 September 2014 15: 55
        +1
        aaaaaaa !!!!

        Thank you!

        hi
  22. Dezinto
    Dezinto 3 September 2014 15: 14
    +1
    ? .............. what is this place without paint.
    1. Dezinto
      Dezinto 3 September 2014 15: 15
      +1
      ......................
      1. evgenii67
        evgenii67 3 September 2014 15: 25
        +3
        Quote: DEZINTO
        what is this place without paint.
        in this place the aircraft gun is, apparently so that the paint does not peel off)))
        1. Dezinto
          Dezinto 3 September 2014 16: 49
          +1
          Thank you. hi

          I didn’t guess even. fool
        2. Timburton
          Timburton 3 September 2014 17: 40
          +3
          All right. Plus, when firing from a gun there is a significant load on the right side panel, so the pads are still a reinforcement of the airframe. On the first machines, the pads had a much smaller area.
          By the way, on the lower panels of the stabilizer there are also protective titanium plates from the flame of missiles from wing pendants.
  23. Timburton
    Timburton 3 September 2014 15: 18
    +2
    For 20 years we have not made airplanes for the Russian Air Force. IAZ and KnAAPO are working at full capacity and are spraying their forces on civilian aircraft. The Ministry of Defense also does not order fighter aircraft in hundreds.
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  25. VICTOR-61
    VICTOR-61 3 September 2014 16: 36
    +1
    Great news RUSSIA REVIVES
  26. Funnels
    Funnels 3 September 2014 17: 03
    +4
    Not bad, but not enough.
  27. alex80
    alex80 3 September 2014 18: 19
    +1
    Quote: Korablev
    Combat training aircraft Yak-130 are built under a contract with the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, signed in December 2011 of the year, which provides for the supply of 55 machines until the end of 2015 of the year.
    Allegedly transferred 3 aircraft will arrive

    55 aircraft until the end of the 15th? Somehow little hard to believe, if at such a pace.

    I will probably disappoint you greatly if I say that this contract for the Yak-130 is likely to be completed ahead of schedule!
    1. Russian sniper
      Russian sniper 3 September 2014 18: 30
      +1
      Already 48 cars delivered. That year, only 18 Yak-130s were handed over to the Air Force. yes
  28. Target
    Target 3 September 2014 20: 48
    0
    Pleased ...
  29. Timburton
    Timburton 4 September 2014 14: 16
    0
    Yakovlev Design Bureau is in full swing working on a modification of the Yak-130 LUS (light attack aircraft) in both a two-seat and a single-seat version. At the IAP, preparations are underway to launch the Yak-152 (aircraft for initial flight training), in the summer of 2015 1 set should take off.