A source in the UIC: The start of mass production of the Yak-152 from 2017, is quite real

A source in the military-industrial complex (DIC) of the Russian Federation told Interfax-AVN that the production of an experimental batch of Yak-152 training aircraft (TCB), which will be used to train students of the Air Force schools and the DOSAAF system, will be completed by July 2016 of the year.




"The first four aircraft Yak-152 pilot batch in accordance with the state contract should be made at the Irkutsk aircraft factory before 30 June 2016 of the year", - leads him to the words "Military Industrial Courier".

The representative of the military-industrial complex noted that the prototype consisted of two Yak-152 aircraft for the flight test program, one for ground-based life tests and one for ground-based statistical tests.

Also source in aviation industry said that "the start of mass production of the Yak-152 from 2017 is quite real."

"Today, the aircraft plant in Irkutsk is preparing for the mass production of long-haul aircraft MC-21, compared with the production volume of which, the labor-intensiveness of the production of Yak-152 airplanes is a relatively small share," he said.

According to the source, "the Yak-152 aircraft is needed, in particular, to replace the Yak-52 type aircraft, which currently number 339 copies, of which less than a hundred are in good condition."

Earlier, Deputy Defense Minister Yury Borisov reported that the Russian Ministry of Defense plans to purchase about YN-150 152 aircraft for the Russian Air Force.

This aircraft with a resource of at least 10 thousands of hours and 30 thousands of landings, maximum flight altitude - 4000 m, flight range - 1400 km and maximum speed of horizontal flight - 300-320 km / h, is created according to the results of the competition of the RF Ministry of Defense, which was held in 2014 year
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  1. Zaurbek 28 October 2015 08: 29 New
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    And what information on the diesel engine for this aircraft? The same motor should be put on drones?
    1. sa-ag 28 October 2015 08: 36 New
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      Quote: Zaurbek
      And what information on the diesel engine for this aircraft?

      Is that Austrian?
      1. inkass_98 28 October 2015 09: 27 New
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        Quote: sa-ag
        Is that Austrian?

        Initially, the gasoline engine M-14X was planned. Apparently, it will be put, at least, by the Yakovlevites:
        http://www.yak.ru/PROD/new_152.php
        Although diesel would be more interesting. But the ejection seats are already a plus.
        1. vladimirZ 28 October 2015 16: 01 New
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          Unfortunately, the use of the Yak-152 piston training aircraft in the training of military aviation pilots, after the L-39 combat training aircraft currently used, is a step backward in the preparation of the air force’s flight personnel, or as the VKS should now say.
          What for? Indeed, the piloting of a piston aircraft with speeds of 300 km / h differs significantly from the speed of a training jet aircraft of 700-900 km / h.
          Who pushes and orders these obsolete cars in our aviation? For what purpose? I do not understand.
          1. Patriot 1 28 October 2015 19: 04 New
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            Quote: vladimirZ
            Unfortunately, the use of the Yak-152 piston training aircraft in the training of military aviation pilots, after the L-39 combat training aircraft currently used, is a step backward in the preparation of the air force’s flight personnel, or as the VKS should now say.
            What for? Indeed, the piloting of a piston aircraft with speeds of 300 km / h differs significantly from the speed of a training jet aircraft of 700-900 km / h.
            Who pushes and orders these obsolete cars in our aviation? For what purpose? I do not understand.

            My son is studying in the aviation cadet corps. So there the guys at 16 years old make independent flights to the Yak52. And I am very glad that the technique is being changed to a more modern one. And from the point of view of safety - a catapult will be installed on the yak152. The speed of 700-900 km / h is very high for such novice pilots. But after practicing the basic skills on a piston training aircraft, you can already transfer to a combat training jet aircraft.
            1. vladimirZ 28 October 2015 19: 28 New
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              Quote Patriot 1:
              So there the guys at 16 years old make independent flights to the yak52

              But for DOSAAF, the Yak-152 is suitable for sports achievements, too. But for the Army, there is no military aircraft.
              Why teach a low-speed piston aircraft with its own laws of aerodynamics, and then retrain the same pilot on high-speed jet, where there are other piloting skills?
              Training time wasted in vain and budget money for the construction of these machines.
              Here explain correctly, to me an aviation engineer operating aircraft and engines, are you all instructed by the minuses? For what?
              Just do not write about the beauty of the car and other things that are not relevant.
              I think that in all likelihood, people sitting on the formation of orders for military aircraft do not sit in their place and do not know what is needed in aviation schools, or perhaps for the next budget cut, which is also not excluded.
              Remember, at least how the Mistral’s helicopter carriers ordered, and then they said together that we don’t need them at all, and who ordered them ?!
    2. Arh
      Arh 28 October 2015 08: 39 New
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      I like such airplanes !!!
      1. Yuri from Volgograd 28 October 2015 12: 30 New
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        Quote: Arh
        I like such airplanes !!!

        Well yes, very beautiful.
        Moreover, the silhouette looks like a Yaki from the Second World War and this is great))
    3. dmi.pris 28 October 2015 10: 33 New
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      There is an aircraft factory in Smolensk, or what is left of it ... This large enterprise specialized in the aircraft of the Yakovlev Design Bureau and Myasishchev (they built Geophysics there). Why not give the Smolensk a job?
      Quote: Zaurbek
      And what information on the diesel engine for this aircraft? The same motor should be put on drones?

      Quote: Zaurbek
      And what information on the diesel engine for this aircraft? The same motor should be put on drones?
  2. Sweles 28 October 2015 08: 30 New
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    I look YAK went uphill
  3. Peterhof 73 28 October 2015 08: 31 New
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    Something he looks like a glider, "Boston Buffalo" and I-153 30-40 years.
    1. DenZ 28 October 2015 08: 50 New
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      Quote: Petergofsky73
      "Boston Buffalo

      Can you enlighten what kind of birds are these? If I meant the Brewster “Buffalo”, then the yak is just as similar to it as the Su-27. I-153 is generally a biplane (one and a half airplane). Wanted to show off aviation knowledge. It turned out badly. Very bad.
      1. Peterhof 73 28 October 2015 09: 54 New
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        Quote: DenZ
        Quote: Petergofsky73
        "Boston Buffalo

        Can you enlighten what kind of birds are these? If I meant the Brewster “Buffalo”, then the yak is just as similar to it as the Su-27. I-153 is generally a biplane (one and a half airplane). Wanted to show off aviation knowledge. It turned out badly. Very bad.


        It really didn’t work out very well. But not very bad either. What is called in the priests. Of course, I didn’t mean “The Seagull” but I-185. Agree that a bit like the layout. I won’t argue about writing "Buffalo" or "Buffalo" (not English), but that you are rightly corrected by Brewster and not Boston. Sorry of course, but you are very strict.
        1. Yuri from Volgograd 29 October 2015 11: 55 New
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          Quote: Petergofsky73
          Quote: DenZ
          Quote: Petergofsky73

          but you are very strict.

          Holy touched! )))
          Here are the cons and we threw you.
          Amnesty, now the train of thought is clear)
      2. sssla 28 October 2015 10: 21 New
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        Quote: DenZ
        (one and a half). Wanted to show off aviation knowledge

        What attacked a person !! He tried as if an adult and looked at the pictures before you "ignoramus" to teach something and you are all bad at once. He has one wing is SHORT of the other. You don’t understand anything in the aeroflot lol
        1. Peterhof 73 28 October 2015 10: 34 New
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          Quote: sssla
          Quote: DenZ
          (one and a half). Wanted to show off aviation knowledge

          What attacked a person !! He tried as if an adult and looked at the pictures before you "ignoramus" to teach something and you are all bad at once. He has one wing is SHORT of the other. You don’t understand anything in the aeroflot lol


          Cool you have the irony. Plus, here as in a minefield. You cannot be wrong. I will take into account that even if you make a reservation, you risk being pecked. And as for aviation, then, as Fox said in the "Meeting Place": We’ll see which one of us is with mistakes ... " laughing
          1. Manul 28 October 2015 11: 27 New
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            Quote: Petergofsky73
            .Here as in a minefield. You cannot be wrong.

            yes Yeah. Arrives so that then for a long time I hiccup with a fright laughing
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    3. Peterhof 73 28 October 2015 09: 58 New
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      Comrades wait to minus. In a hurry to work, confused. Of course I had in mind I-185 and not "The Seagull" And ugh you, Brewster and not Boston.
      "She got up on the wrong foot
      and got on the wrong broom
      1. Koshak 28 October 2015 10: 40 New
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        Quote: Petergofsky73
        And ugh you, Brewster and not Boston.
        "

        And with Brewster, too, out of place. Anyway, what to compare with the I-16. Brewster is more like him.

        1. Peterhof 73 28 October 2015 17: 05 New
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          [quote = Koshak] [quote = Peterhof 73] And ugh, Brewster and not Boston.
          "[/ quote]
          And with Brewster, too, out of place. Anyway, what to compare with the I-16. Brewster is more like him.

          Of course, I'm wildly sorry. But on the offhand (very cursory glance) the similarity was found in the "short" beveled garrote and a large teardrop-shaped lantern of the cabin. Perhaps from this angle in the photo.
          As for the quick identification, you know, our pilots called the Bf-109th “thin” because of the “thin” fuselage. And I-16 Germans in the sky of Spain called a "rat." For me, the “donkey” never looks like a rat, like the “messer” doesn’t look like a “thin one”. But visual perception and associative thinking are purely individual things. I think so.
  4. twincam 28 October 2015 08: 32 New
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    This is awesome ))

    Something similar to La-5
    1. Corsair0304 28 October 2015 08: 38 New
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      And if it’s similar, then you can do it, if necessary)) Let the cadets learn not only how to fly, but also practice on air / ground targets))
    2. Hellriker 28 October 2015 08: 41 New
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      It looks the least like La-5, well, except perhaps with coloring. Most similar to LaGG-3.
    3. exalex2 28 October 2015 11: 32 New
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      Quote: twincam
      This is awesome ))

      Something similar to La-5

      In which place?? If there are wings and a tail, this does not mean at all that it is “similar” .. “Yak” it is Yak, and it was always different, “different from others”.
  5. nrex 28 October 2015 08: 36 New
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    It's time to replace the old man Yak 52 to do.
    1. DIVAN SOLDIER 28 October 2015 10: 19 New
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      I understand this for those who have not reached the Yak-130.
  6. Yugan Oleg 28 October 2015 08: 41 New
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    The classic layout. Well, the flashlight is more modern and two years for testing - it is strange like that.
  7. silberwolf88 28 October 2015 08: 42 New
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    It was high time to have a plane of this class ... it is necessary for training ... Russian athletes also need ... to Aero clubs (and the motherland needs pilots) ... and there is a sales potential for private owners ... in general, the right machine. ..
    1. Yuri from Volgograd 29 October 2015 12: 01 New
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      Quote: silberwolf88
      It was high time to have a plane of this class ... it is necessary for training ... Russian athletes also need ... to Aero clubs (and the motherland needs pilots) ... and there is a sales potential for private owners ... in general, the right machine. ..

      Now, in fact, the DOSAF aircraft is in short supply, so that it would be affordable (both purchase and maintenance), easy to operate and preferably domestic at a reasonable maximum.
      You read memoirs of the times of the Great Patriotic War and you are simply amazed how much earlier there were massive flying clubs with just an incredible number of pilots released.
      Now this is simply impossible, although it’s like the 21st century ...
  8. Blondy 28 October 2015 08: 50 New
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    I look YAK went uphill

    Yeah, and also MIG - they just opened the oxygen for them after they replaced someone at the top of the KLA.
  9. Maxom75 28 October 2015 08: 56 New
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    And I like the Yak-152, it looks beautiful and should also fly. I hope 150 pcs. will not end. We also need the Yak-130.
  10. Nitarius 28 October 2015 08: 59 New
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    Well, thank God! youth and in DOSAAFs are necessary! need to learn the younger generation ..
    Well done
  11. Mountain shooter 28 October 2015 08: 59 New
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    For such an aircraft, the release is planned to be very small. But dashing trouble is the beginning. Next - it’s easier to go.
    In the order of humor - under the 130th, as it turned out, more than 3 tons of weapons can be suspended! And under this how much? Create such a "mosquito" fleet. So they can bite any vulture.
    1. Wedmak 28 October 2015 09: 30 New
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      So they can eat any vulture.

      It can and can be suspended ... but sighting equipment cannot be supplied just like that.
  12. Zaurbek 28 October 2015 09: 12 New
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    The Austrian engine is diesel in two versions 250ls and 500ls. It seems that they bought a license for it.
  13. maksim 28 October 2015 09: 23 New
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    nice car, like machines grandfathers won the war smile
    1. Koshak 28 October 2015 10: 48 New
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      nice car, like machines grandfathers won the war smile

      And great-great-great-great-grandfathers with spears and swords.
      1. cth; fyn 29 October 2015 06: 56 New
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        A sword is a very reliable thing, even more reliable than a Kalash.
  14. Andrewgross 28 October 2015 09: 34 New
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    Quote: Hellriker
    It looks the least like La-5, well, except perhaps with coloring. Most similar to LaGG-3.

    LAGG had a liquid-cooled motor and another, narrow nose silhouette. Indeed, with its outlines and wide engine cover, the Yak-152 resembles the La-5 and La-7 with their star-shaped air-cooled engines.
    The Yak-152 is a good car. Avionics he will be modeled on the Yak-130 ("glass" cabin) and ejected seats.
    1. Uncle lee 28 October 2015 10: 12 New
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      But it reminds me of the Yak-3 and, in general, all beautiful planes are similar to each other. hi
  15. Whowhy 28 October 2015 10: 01 New
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    There are no automatic slats, therefore, at supercritical angles (and this often happens with cadets) there is a danger of stalling. In addition, judging by the picture, and with the centering of this car, everything is not okay, that is, the corkscrew will be flat ... It's more like a sports car than a flying school desk.
  16. sledge 28 October 2015 10: 19 New
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    Quote: Petergofsky73
    Something he looks like a glider, "Boston Buffalo" and I-153 30-40 years.

    This is what
  17. tinibar 28 October 2015 11: 41 New
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    Quote: sanya.vorodis
    "Well, damn it, you give!" (from)

    I-153 - fighter and a half-plane - straight twin brother! laughing
    About the twin-engine Boston Buffalo bomber!

    Yes, his whole appearance screams - I’m YAK! Handsome man!
  18. lazy 28 October 2015 12: 17 New
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    and what about Sukhoi sports planes? were there doubles too, did Sukhoi's theme die?
  19. Dr dron 28 October 2015 12: 23 New
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    A very necessary car and the simpler it is, the better. No automation, protection, fly-by-wairai and cockpit glass are needed. Let the cadet first “touch” the sky, before landing on a more serious apparatus, spin the corkscrew in the zones. And the instructors will hammer that “it’s better to lose your wife than speed on the 4th turn”.
  20. sereginaleks 28 October 2015 12: 25 New
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    It has long been time already there was an elementary education to easily translate motor technology. Previously, after all, cadets were trained at special schools in ROSTO. Boys at 17 years old already independently flew.
  21. sw247 28 October 2015 12: 42 New
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    And what about the development of simulators? Could it be easier and cheaper to create more realistic simulators for training purposes?