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Angara beefing up its An-148 fleet

Angara An-148The 75-seat An-148-100E (c/n 41-04, reg. RA-61709) landed in the airport of Irkutsk on 14 October 2014. It became the fourth of the type in the aircraft fleet of the local air carrier Angara. Since April 2014, the aircraft had been at VASO following decommissioning by its previous user, Polyot, which had flown it since August 2011. Angara awarded a financial leasing contract for its fourth and fifth An-148s to Sberbank Leasing Nord on 30 July 2014, essentially having inaugurated the An-148 secondary market in Russia.

 
New Sukhoi jets from Amur shores for Russian Air Force

New Sukhoi jetsA handover ceremony for new aircraft took place at the Sukhoi company's Komsomolsk-on-Amur Aircraft Plant on the 10 October 2014, the day of united new materiel handover regularly held now by the Russian Defence Ministry. Another batch of warplanes delivered included three Su-35S supermanoeuvrable single-seat multirole fighters and two Su-30M2 multirole twin-seaters. They were delivered to two fighter regiments in the Russian Far East.

 
Il-76MD-90A: first production-standard airlifter got airborne

Il-76MD-90A3 October 2014 saw the maiden flight of the first production-standard Ilyushin Il-76MD-90A (c/n 01-03) that took off from the factory airfield of the Ulyanovsk-based Aviastar-SP close corporation, a subsidiary of the United Aircraft Corporation. An Ilyushin JSC crew led by Honoured Test Pilot Vladimir Irinarkhov flew the airlifter. The first flight, which lasted 4 h 20 min, was dedicated to testing the aircraft, its powerplant and the onboard systems in most of their operating modes. After the factory trials have been completed, the Il-76MD-90A c/n 01-03 will have been delivered to Beriev company in Taganrog before year-end, where it will become the platform for the development of an advanced airborne early warning and control aircraft.

 
Russian Air Force fielding Su-35S

Su-35SOn 10 October 2014, the common day of materiel acceptance by the Russian Defence Ministry, the Sukhoi company delivered three more Su-35S supermanoeuvrable multirole fighters to the Russian Air Force at the Komsomolsk-on-Amur Aircraft Plant. Thus, as many as 25 out of the 48 aircraft of type stipulated by the contract landed in 2009 have been fielded with combat units. An air squadron o the 23rd Fighter Air Regiment stationed at Dzyomgi AFB in the Khabarovsk Territory converted to the type in February 2014, and four Su-35S fighters were ferried to the Air Force Training and Operational Evaluation Centre in the city of Lipetsk in late May 2014. Here they are used by the centre's personnel to test new tactics being developed for the advanced fighter and also will be used for the training of the flying and ground crews of RusAF combat units converting to the type.

 
The first Taganrog-built Be-200 to be ready in 2014

Be-200The Beriev company is productionising the Be-200 amphibian aircraft that used to be in production by the Irkut corporation's aircraft plant in Irkutsk. Previously, two prototype and seven production-standard amphibians of the type have been manufactured in Irkutsk, of which six are in service with the air arm of the Russian Emergencies Ministry (the two latest were fitted with relevant gear and delivered in November 2011 by Beriev) and one was delivered to the Azeri Emergencies Ministry's air branch in 2008.

 
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