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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.


The previous batch of four Su-30M2s was delivered to RusAF in Komsomolsk-on-Amur on 5 August 2014. The deliveries are under the 16-aircraft deal struck by Sukhoi and Defence Ministry in December 2012. The four August-delivered Su-30M2s are intended for RusAF units stationed in the Southern Military District.

The first four Su-30M2s made under the 2012 contract were delivered and fielded with three RusAF combat units in the Southern and Eastern Military Districts last December. In 2011, the same units had accepted four Su-30M2s manufactured under the contract made in 2009.

Thus, by November 2014, Sukhoi had delivered to RusAF 14 Su-30M2s - a version of the Su-30MK2 two-seat multirole fighter tailored to the Defence Ministry requirements. The Su-30MK2 is widely exported. It is in service with the air forces of China, Vietnam, Indonesia, Venezuela and Uganda. The final Su-30M2s under the current contract are expected to be delivered to RusAF in 2015.

(Photo: Yuri Kabernik)

 
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