In the workshop of the final assembly of PC-2 RSK "MiG"

In the workshop of the final assembly of PC-2 RSK "MiG"



Behind the back of Sergey Korotkov, General Director of RSK MIG and journalists, are elements of the fuselage for the second Indian MiG-29K under an option contract for 29 of such machines. All photos - (c) Konstantin Makienko













Fighter of the Indian Air Force upgraded by MiG-29UPG program



Commander Rajesh Nayer, Head of the Indian Navy Project Team for the MiG-29K Program





MiG-29UPG modernized fighters of the Indian Air Force



The gliders of seven MiG-29 vehicles are from the reserve, the contract on which with an unknown customer has not yet been signed. Apparently, this is the last “sub-preselection” (that is, started by manufacturing back in Soviet times) MiG-29 on PC-2 (these same gliders are higher in the third and fourth photos)



MiG-29UPG modernized fighters of the Indian Air Force



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  1. figwam 8 August 2011 11: 46 New
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    Just swallows!
    1. Tenok
      Tenok 20 February 2012 11: 23 New
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      HAWKS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  2. Pole 9 August 2011 02: 30 New
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    And where is the "final assembly"?
  3. 916-th
    916-th 9 August 2011 06: 26 New
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    Good cars (MiG-29 and its modification MiG-35). Real fighters of frontline aviation. And what next is RSK MiG? Further modification of the base platform? It seems to be nowhere to go - level 4 ++ has been reached. 5th generation? Vague prospects for them.
  4. Timoha
    Timoha 20 February 2012 17: 43 New
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    it’s a pity if the topic of the MIGs is killed. And it’s going to this. Get out only if Putin says, “We must!” and asks private companies to help, as happened ...