Sukhoi Handed Over A Batch of Su-35 and Su-30M2 Aircraft to the Ministry of Defense
(Source: Sukhoi Company JSC; dated Oct 10, web-posted Oct 13, 2014)
MOSCOW --- Today the Sukhoi Company handed over a batch of Su-35 and Su-30M2 fighter aircraft to the Ministry of Defense in the framework of the common day of acceptance of the military equipment delivered by the defense industry.

The transfer ceremony which took place at the airport of the Sukhoi Company’s branch — Komsomolsk-on-Amur aviation plant was watched in live video-conference mode by the Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoygu, the military leadership.

The aircraft were produced in accordance with the State orders for the supply of combat aircraft to the Russian Air Force under the State Armament Program for the years 2011 — 2020. Their implementation will ensure a deep modernization of the Russian Air Force and provide for a high long-term work load for the Sukhoi Company and its partners.

The Su-35S is a deeply modernized super-maneuverable multirole fighter of the “4++” generation. The applied technologies of the 5th generation provide for the superiority of Su-35S aircraft over similar class fighters. The aircraft has a much better flight characteristics compared with standing analog fighters and more perfect on-board avionics. It outperforms similar aircraft in service with the foreign armies in many technical characteristics.

The Su-30M2 main features include a modified weapon control system with advanced capabilities to destroy ground and sea targets; a new cockpit display system with multifunctional color liquid crystal displays; improved navigation and radio communication systems; a modern onboard defense system; a wide range of “air-to-air” and “air-to-surface” weapons hosted on 12 hardpoints; an in-flight refueling system; a strengthened airframe and landing gear, ensuring aircraft operation with full fuel tanks and maximum combat load at take-off weight up to 38 tons.

The Su-30M2 weapon control system provides for detection, tracking and destruction of air, ground and sea targets with aircraft weapons in all weather conditions, day and night.

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