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|The Sukhoi Su-80 (formerly known as the Sukhoi S-80) is a Russian twin-turboprop, twin-boom STOL transport aircraft.||01/19/2010||660|
|The Sukhoi Superjet 100 is a modern, fly-by-wire regional jet in the 75- to 95-seat category. The Superjet 100 will be produced by Russian aerospace firm Sukhoi's civil division, of which Finmeccanica of Italy owns 25%. The jet is being developed in collaboration with Finmeccanica subsidiary Alenia Aeronautica. The Italian design group Pininfarina will design optional interiors, and in 2007 Ale...||01/15/2010||186|
|The Sukhoi Su-27 (NATO codename: Flanker) is the twin-engine front-line fighter aircraft designed by the Russian Sukhoi Design Bureau in the late 1970s as a counter to the U.S. third-generation air-superiority fighters such as F-14 and F-15. The PLA Air Force (PLAAF) has acquired three batches totalling 76 Su-27 fighters from Russia since 1992. Two variant are currently serving with the PLAAF: ...||09/03/2010||1,224|
|Indian Air Force decided to purchase 50 Su-30 aircraft in 1996 and acquired the licence from Sukhoi and Russia to manufacture an additional 140 Su-30MKI aircraft. The Indian Air Force has received 105 Su-30MKIs of the 230 on contract as of October 2009. India is near completing an order for another 42 Su-30s in June 2010.||09/04/2010||1,054|
|The Sukhoi PAK FA (Russian: Сухой ПАК ФА, Russian: Перспективный авиационный комплекс фронтово...||07/08/2013||614|
|The Air Force of Peru acquired 24 Su-22M, 24 Su-22M3, and 5 Su-22UM3, 48 remain in reserve status with Kopyo radars.|
Export Su-17M2 with a modified undernose electronics pod and a R-29 engine. It has a gun in each wingroot. It’s weapons include R-3 (AA-2 “Atoll”) air-to-air missiles. The aircraft supplied to Peru had the Sirena-2 limited coverage radar warning system and virtuall...
|The Su-25KM 'Skorpion' is a Su-25K upgrade offered by the collaboration between Elbit Systems and Georgia's TAM (Tbilisi Aerospace Manufacturing). Improvements include Multi Function Color Displays, new HUD, Elbit Mission Computer, and an optional Helmet Mounted Display. On 27 October 2004, the first Su-25KM Skorpion was delivered to the Turkmenistan Air Force. This makes the Turkmenistan Air F...||06/28/2006||1,137|
|Grupo Aéreo de Caza 13 "Libertador Simon Bolivar"|
Escuadrón 131 & Escuadrón 132
Venezuelan Air Force and the government of Venezuela on 14 June 2006, announced the purchase of 24 units of the Su-30MK2 aircraft. The first two Su-30MK2s arrived in the first week of December 2006 while another 8 were commissioned during 2007, fourteen more units have arrived in 2008 with the ...
|The first prototype Su-17, redesigned from Su-7B, flew on August 2, 1966. Entered production in 1970. The Su-17 was a large step in the development of the Su-7 to a more useful attack aircraft. The most important change was the introduction of swivelling outer wing panels, improving take-off and landing performance, and thus allowing a larger weapons load. The Su-20 and Su-22 were export versio...||10/02/2007||475|
|Type: Su-17UM3 (S-52UM3, 'Fitter-G')|
Su-17UM3 (S-52UM3, 'Fitter-G')
Based on the revised airframe of the Su-17UM, but with an avionics bay and an additional fuel tank in place of the rear cockpit, increasing the internal fuel capacity to 4850 l (1,280 U.S. gal). Doppler radar moved internally, removing the fairi...