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Russian Yak-130 entered service with Bangladeshi Air Force

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A solemn ceremony was held at the airbase in Bangladesh on the occasion of the introduction of Russian-made Yak-130 into the country's Air Force, reports Look with reference to the corporation "Irkut".




“December 6 2015 of the year at Bangabandhu airbase (Bangabandhu) took place the solemn ceremony of putting into service of the Air Force of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh of the first batch of Yak-130 combat-training aircraft. The aircraft were developed by OKB Yakovlev Design Bureau and built by Irkut Corporation PJSC (as part of the KLA), ”the release says.

It is noted that "the contract for the supply of aircraft Yak-130 was signed in 2013 year, and the first batch of vehicles delivered in the fall of this year." In total, 16 aircraft must be delivered to Bangladesh (14 - in 2015 and 2 - in 2016 g).

“Launching the next generation of combat training aircraft will increase our training and combat capabilities. We hope for a further increase in the fleet of Russian aircraft in the future, ”the press service of the Bangladesh Air Force representative Ashraf Farukh quotes.
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  1. cniza
    cniza 8 December 2015 15: 35 New
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    It is noted that "the contract for the supply of aircraft Yak-130 was signed in 2013 year, and the first batch of vehicles delivered in the fall of this year." In total, 16 aircraft must be delivered to Bangladesh (14 - in 2015 and 2 - in 2016 g).




    Now you can build something for yourself or finance new developments.

    Although training, but in capable hands very toothy.
    1. DIVAN SOLDIER
      DIVAN SOLDIER 8 December 2015 15: 40 New
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      Why is he toothy, who is threatening them ??
      1. Vladimyrych
        Vladimyrych 8 December 2015 15: 41 New
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        Quote: DIVAN SOLDIER
        Why is he toothy, who is threatening them ??

        Who does not want to feed his army, will feed someone else's.
        Napolen Bonaparte.

        So far, maybe no one is threatening, but who knows what is planned in the future ...

        1. DIVAN SOLDIER
          DIVAN SOLDIER 8 December 2015 15: 43 New
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          And what's the point ?? How can the Yak 130 help them ??
        2. cniza
          cniza 8 December 2015 15: 46 New
          +5
          Quote: Vladimir
          [So far, maybe no one is threatening, but who knows what is planned in the future ...



          Exceptional “democratizers" may come at any time.
          1. DIVAN SOLDIER
            DIVAN SOLDIER 8 December 2015 15: 51 New
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            And what "democrats" from rogue take it?
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      2. kil 31
        kil 31 8 December 2015 15: 53 New
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        Quote: DIVAN SOLDIER
        Why is he toothy, who is threatening them ??

        They are not very friendly with India. "The commissioning of the latest generation combat training aircraft will increase our training and combat capabilities. We look forward to a further increase in the fleet of Russian aircraft in the future. ” They have 8 L-39, as I understand it, they will write off, and ours in return for the Czechs. There are still 8 MiG-29s and they will probably ask for MiGs soon.
        1. DIVAN SOLDIER
          DIVAN SOLDIER 8 December 2015 15: 56 New
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          India will crush them and will not notice if they buy at least MiGs, or from the Americans f35.
          1. kil 31
            kil 31 8 December 2015 16: 28 New
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            Quote: DIVAN SOLDIER
            India will crush them and will not notice if they buy at least MiGs, or from the Americans f35.

            But for the soul. Everyone wants to feel meaningful.
      3. good7
        good7 8 December 2015 15: 55 New
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        India, probably, who will take them or Burma? 8th place in the world in terms of numbers and recent Shiite mixes are not encouraging.
    2. Denis Obukhov
      Denis Obukhov 8 December 2015 15: 45 New
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      When they learn to fly on our training aircraft, they will want to fly on the military ....
      1. Bongo
        Bongo 8 December 2015 16: 01 New
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        Quote: Denis Obukhov
        When they learn to fly on our training aircraft, they will want to fly on the military ....

        In vain, the Bangladeshi Air Force is mainly based on Chinese-made combat vehicles (Chengdu F-7 fighters and Nanchang Q-5 attack aircraft), but there are also Russian MiG-29 (pictured).


        The received Yak-130 should replace the decommissioned Chinese TCB Nanchang CJ-6 (MiG-19У).
        1. kil 31
          kil 31 8 December 2015 16: 40 New
          +1
          Quote: Bongo
          Quote: Denis Obukhov
          When they learn to fly on our training aircraft, they will want to fly on the military ....

          In vain, the Bangladeshi Air Force is mainly based on Chinese-made combat vehicles (Chengdu F-7 fighters and Nanchang Q-5 attack aircraft), but there are also Russian MiG-29 (pictured).


          Received Yak-130 should replace the retired Chinese TCB Nanchang CJ-6.

          I doubt that the Nanchang CJ-6 is supersonic. They have 8 L-39s, they are not supersonic, like our Yak.
        2. Black Colonel
          Black Colonel 8 December 2015 17: 30 New
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          Judging by the body kit MiG-29 on the ground should work (cassettes with NURSami). But why? Stormtroopers, or not?
        3. APASUS
          APASUS 8 December 2015 20: 19 New
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          Quote: Bongo
          The main air force of Bangladesh consists mainly of Chinese-made combat vehicles (Chengdu F-7 fighters and Nanchang Q-5 attack aircraft), but there are also Russian MiG-29s (pictured).

          It is strange that they did not buy Hongdu L-15 from the Chinese, which is a copy of the Yak-130, China has already riveted 200 all over the world
          1. cobalt
            cobalt 8 December 2015 21: 03 New
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            I previously read that Yak 130 is supplied by Bangladesh on a credit line, i.e. In fact, it’s free, because they probably won’t pay a loan for about 20 years, as always, we will forgive them and write them off and the Chinese sell airplanes for money, that’s the whole difference.
          2. zennon
            zennon 8 December 2015 22: 45 New
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            Quote: APASUS
            It is strange that they did not buy from the Chinese Hongdu L-15 which is a copy of the Yak-130

            They are not. They pushed AI-222-25F with an afterburner. As a result, the speed is 1715 km / h (1,6 M).
    3. Tor5
      Tor5 8 December 2015 15: 54 New
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      Well, it’s gratifying! They seem to us like almost allies.
  2. dchegrinec
    dchegrinec 8 December 2015 15: 51 New
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    Everything should match! The country is small, planes are small! But as they say a small bug, but smelly! so these planes will give "heat"!
  3. vsoltan
    vsoltan 8 December 2015 16: 17 New
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    Colleagues, but enlighten me, who knows ... how many really in our country are armed with some kind of modified "toothbrushes"? And why, for example, are they not in the sky of Syria now? I am an amateur, but to accompany the bombers, it seems that this would be the best and most economical option? Enlighten. hi
    1. pavelty
      pavelty 8 December 2015 16: 40 New
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      This is still a combat training aircraft for its intended purpose, even a light attack aircraft doesn’t dare to name it, but about 60 units are armed with the airborne forces.
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  4. Vladimyrych
    Vladimyrych 8 December 2015 16: 38 New
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    Quote: vsoltan
    escort of bombers

    yes, come on ... SU-27/30/35 depending on your mood laughing Only trash only rock and roll laughing


    Quote: vsoltan
    And why, for example, they are not in the sky of Syria now

    and will not be. For Belarus and Bangladesh, Yushki is just right. But I doubt that Russia considers them differently from UB.

    Quote: vsoltan
    how many really in our country are armed with some kind of modified "teeth"

    write that 24 pcs.
  5. pavelty
    pavelty 8 December 2015 16: 38 New
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    Let them fly, study, they have territorial disputes with Myanmar there, on the Yak you can hang any interesting things if you wish, both KABs and R-73 ... True, that’s interesting, and we also drove those same planes to Burma))
  6. Laksamana besar
    Laksamana besar 8 December 2015 17: 30 New
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    Beauty... smile
    From training to combat use:


    The main advantages:


    Pilotage:
  7. indusenok
    indusenok 8 December 2015 18: 07 New
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    Quote: pavlentiy
    Let them fly, study, they have territorial disputes with Myanmar there, on the Yak you can hang any interesting things if you wish, both KABs and R-73 ... True, that’s interesting, and we also drove those same planes to Burma))

    Who told you this? About Burma .. ??? so far only in three countries, Russia, Belarus and Bangladesh
    More like no shopping
  8. grisch
    grisch 8 December 2015 18: 10 New
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    Good airplane!
  9. vo3
    vo3 9 December 2015 19: 54 New
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    This aircraft has no price. Especially in the role of a ground attack aircraft is better than an IBA officer .. There was such a SU-17M4. Moreover, M2 and M3 were not even nearby. But most of the M4s were scouts with hanging containers? !! ​​Although this is an Ibashny plane with a digital sight and navigation bombing and mostly in the PMU. No more. A similar picture - the Yak-130 combat training. Better than the IBA officer with one pilot in the style of M4. Orders - hundreds abroad. And a couple yourself. Go for it ..