Only three training aircraft for training astronauts are suitable for flight.

Only a third of the training planes of the Cosmonaut Training Center, designed for piloting training, are suitable for flying, reports MIC with reference to the head of the Center Yuri Lonchakov.


Only three training aircraft for training astronauts are suitable for flight.


“The L-39 aircraft we have is a fairly large number, ten aircraft. Of them in the ranks of three. This year, we hope, two more planes will be commissioned, ”said Lonchakov, speaking at the conference“ Manned space flights ”.

L-39 - combat training aircraft, produced before 1999, in Czechoslovakia. It was the main training machine for pilots of the Warsaw Pact countries. All of them were released about 3-x thousand units. Still remain in service with many states.
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  1. Same lech 11 November 2015 08: 19 New
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    L-39 - combat training aircraft, produced before 1999 in Czechoslovakia.


    Wow ... the old man still flies, and the Czechs produce spare parts for them?
    1. Edvagan 11 November 2015 09: 02 New
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      urgent in 1987 served as a technician at the "Albatross" (L-39))))) I remember the machine, in the ranks, it turns out))
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        Tor5 11 November 2015 09: 31 New
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        Despite the age - the machine is very reliable.
    2. Maxom75 11 November 2015 09: 35 New
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      our plant belongs, but why is it still the Czech Republic? (((
    3. Buffalo 11 November 2015 13: 27 New
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      No, they can, and release, but they do not deliver to us ... - NATO!
      I dealt with this problem about fifteen years ago.
      There was an acute problem of import substitution for L-39.
      There were no components and there was no one to repair. Then the repair slowly mastered the Krasnodar ARZ.
      1. Bongo 11 November 2015 13: 31 New
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        Quote: Bison
        No, they can, and release, but they do not deliver to us ... - NATO!

        The production of L-39, or rather its more "advanced" versions of L-59 and L-159, was discontinued in the 1999 year. Until recently, there were no obstacles to the supply of Elok. Moreover, the Czechs themselves repeatedly persistently offered it.
        1. Buffalo 11 November 2015 13: 35 New
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          We are not talking about airplanes. - It's about spare parts for them.
          1. Bongo 11 November 2015 13: 57 New
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            Quote: Bison
            No, they can, and release, but they do not deliver to us ... - NATO!

            Where is it about spare parts? what However, spare parts are also not a problem, they are in abundance in warehouses. In any case, in the USA, several dozen L-39 of various modifications were restored. There would be money and desire ...
            1. vladimirZ 11 November 2015 17: 08 New
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              Yes, the L-39 training jet is being completed at all schools, and now at the Cosmonaut Training Center.
              But our aircraft industry is preparing to replace him with a new training aircraft, a piston Yak-152. laughing
              It’s nothing that the Yak-152 will be a morally obsolete machine, compared to the same “old man” jet L-39, the main thing is that they will be new, from the factory, with a large flying resource. laughing
              But in general it’s bitter, for so many years, not to develop your own Russian jet, single-engine, economical training aircraft, which once again confirms the lack of proper order in our aviation industry, in the aircraft ordering system.
  2. rotmistr60 11 November 2015 08: 22 New
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    ten planes. Of these, three are in service.

    A strange situation for the Cosmonaut Training Center. Logically, everything should be all right with the Matbase. The question immediately arises, why the head of the Center did not take measures to eliminate this misunderstanding (you cannot call it another way). And if you tried to accept, then who exactly at the top sabotaged this?
    1. ivan bogomolov 11 November 2015 08: 38 New
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      Another question begs, as our GDP said "A WHERE MONEY")))))
      1. Wedmak 11 November 2015 08: 47 New
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        as our GDP said, “WHERE IS MONEY”)))))

        You need to steal less. How to poke grandmother with the construction of the spaceport, so the master.
        1. Vadim237 11 November 2015 10: 39 New
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          Yes, these are trifles in comparison with how much our budget receives less money from not paying taxes.
  3. cniza 11 November 2015 08: 24 New
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    And where are our Yaks? Some kind of "scanty" information, like an unfinished play.
  4. Bongo 11 November 2015 08: 25 New
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    Still remain in service with many states.

    Not only that, they are very numerous in private hands. They are especially popular in the USA. There even exist companies that specialize in the restoration and repair of Czechoslovakian TCBs.
  5. Andrey Yuryevich 11 November 2015 08: 28 New
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    small bullshit, stuffing according to the principle of OBS.
  6. Bugor 11 November 2015 08: 29 New
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    Three on flights, three on maintenance, four on refurbishment. Nothing wrong. Are we preparing cosmonauts with battalions?
    1. engineer74 11 November 2015 08: 41 New
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      Do not shoot the office !!! Not for nothing that the Air Force was renamed into the Air Forces, soon the Airborne Forces will be renamed into KDV! laughing
      But in general, really, it is strange - dozens of Yak-130 aliens do not allow to buy? request
      PS Yuzat, in the current conditions, NATO aircraft is a bad man, and the Czechs with spare parts will certainly not miss the sanction case!
  7. solovey 11 November 2015 08: 30 New
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    It's time to move on the Yak130 !!!
    1. GRAY 11 November 2015 08: 39 New
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      Quote: solovey
      It's time to move on the Yak130 !!!

      What for? What is the difference on what to pilot?
      1. Corsair0304 11 November 2015 12: 14 New
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        Quote: GRAY
        What for? What is the difference on what to pilot?


        Then what's ours and newer. Than the Czechs to feed, so it’s better to raise the Yak.
        1. GRAY 11 November 2015 13: 04 New
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          Quote: Corsair0304
          Then what's ours and newer. Than the Czechs to feed, so it’s better to raise the Yak.

          When the 39th finally turn into garbage cans, then they will change it. The resource is not infinite.
  8. Hubun 11 November 2015 08: 34 New
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    somehow, against the background of information about new planes and ships, it’s sad, as if not from our country, news
  9. Corsair0304 11 November 2015 08: 36 New
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    I do not see anything critical.

    "The Yak-130 (NATO classification: Mitten - mitten) is a UBS combat training aircraft developed at the Yakovlev Design Bureau in collaboration with the Italian company Aermacchi. The aircraft is designed to replace the obsolete L-39 training aircraft in the Russian Air Force. In the process development work, collaboration with Italians was suspended due to disagreements and each of the companies implemented its own concept. The Yak-130 was the first aircraft that was a completely new development (and not a modernization of existing machines) created in Russia after the collapse of the USSR. "
    "Serial release of the main version - L-39C Albatros - began in 1973"
    41 years old L-39 in the sky! It’s time to rest. There will be a planned replacement for our aircraft. And that’s all.
    1. Corsair0304 11 November 2015 12: 10 New
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      I swear I don’t understand the minus signers! Not that I was worried about the rating - not at all.
      I just think that if you do not agree with the opinion, put a minus - argue the answer!

      PS Almost all who advocate in the comments to this article for the transition of the Yak-130 had "minus". Vague doubts torment me ....
  10. VseDoFeNi 11 November 2015 08: 37 New
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    There is no place for such things in VO.
  11. Wedmak 11 November 2015 08: 41 New
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    But in principle, if you think about it, you need more? Although of course, I would like to see the brand new Yak-130. These same planes are used to prepare astronauts for overloads and that’s all?
    1. rotmistr60 11 November 2015 08: 44 New
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      Are airplanes used to prepare astronauts for overloads, is that all?

      No, the main goal is piloting.
      1. Wedmak 11 November 2015 08: 48 New
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        No, the main goal is piloting.

        Piloting what? Cosmonauts need to know how L-39 is controlled? What for?
        1. V.ic 11 November 2015 09: 55 New
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          Quote: Wedmak
          Do astronauts need to know how L-39 is controlled? What for?

          Not to the "astronauts", but pilotsto the astronauts!
        2. rotmistr60 11 November 2015 11: 10 New
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          For Wedmak
          And you do not know that those undergoing training and not previously related to the flight profession, undergo training under the pilot program?
  12. iliitchitch 11 November 2015 08: 42 New
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    Quote: Bugor
    Three on flights, three on maintenance, four on refurbishment. Nothing wrong. Are we preparing cosmonauts with battalions?


    The article causes distrust - what, astronauts on IT still fly? No doubt, the device is not bad. It was once. Waiting for the air to fall apart? And we will start URGENT measures to take ...
  13. mpzss 11 November 2015 08: 48 New
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    here it should be considered, just if at this stage it is cheaper to restore, then it is necessary to restore L-39, but provided that they are replaced with our Yak. Moreover, the planned replacement, that is, gradually, the budget is not rubber!
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    ICT 11 November 2015 08: 57 New
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    Quote: rotmistr60
    A strange situation for the Cosmonaut Training Center. Logically, everything should be all right with the Matbase.

    I don’t know how it is now, but in the dashing 90, the space regiment did not need anything, neither kerosene, nor spare parts, and they paid their salary month after month.
  15. Manul 11 November 2015 09: 15 New
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    So maybe the Cosmonaut Training Center is so unobtrusive and hints to the top-level management and ministries - but do you want to give a denyuzhku to the Yak-130? lol
    1. Buffalo 11 November 2015 13: 33 New
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      Quote: Manul
      So maybe the Cosmonaut Training Center is so unobtrusive and hints to the top-level management and ministries - but do you want to give a denyuzhku to the Yak-130?

      They have a katsmanavt-chevalier-banker Leonov there, let him take care of his colleagues!
  16. afrikanez 11 November 2015 10: 26 New
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    And who is to blame? Of course, the leadership of the center, who else. Everyone loves to get money, but you can’t force anyone to do business. negative
  17. Signaller 11 November 2015 10: 54 New
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    Yes, just not enough for everything. And they, too, may not launch all their plans. After all, even recently they wrote about Star City and what fraud the administration is doing there. Three years ago, they upgraded their food for a new centrifuge. so they waited more than a year to pay. So everywhere is hard now. They have something flying, and then not bad. Good luck to them.
  18. Prisoner 11 November 2015 11: 18 New
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    And the fig astronauts plane? What are Buran going to launch? what
    1. engineer74 11 November 2015 11: 44 New
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      Quote: Captive
      And the fig astronauts plane? What are Buran going to launch? what

      Straight from Gorky Park! They are waiting for the Moscow river to freeze! wassat
      Aircraft, like pilots, in astronautics, are more likely a tribute to tradition - with modern orbital stations and duration of stay, more divers are suitable! wink
      IMHO
  19. Alexey Boukin 11 November 2015 11: 47 New
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    And our space is based on the residual principle, as, by the way, is much more ...

    Yes, everything shows that we live by the residual principle that our bureaucrats "will not eat up."
  20. babai591 11 November 2015 12: 54 New
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    Who can briefly highlight the methodology for training astronauts?
  21. Freelancer7 11 November 2015 14: 37 New
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    The liberal press makes uncertain precautious posts on topvar. The topic is simply not serious, in Kushchevka these albatrosses do not fly measuredly, so all this is crap on a stick. I see only one goal - the authors want to say that everything is bad.
  22. Evgeny RS 12 November 2015 22: 12 New
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    Quote: vladimirZ
    But in general it’s bitter, for so many years, not to develop your own Russian jet, single-engine, economical training aircraft, which once again confirms the lack of proper order in our aviation industry, in the aircraft ordering system.
    Have you forgotten about the Yak-130?))