Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Exclusive Photos of Russian Sukhoi T-50

The fourth prototype fifth-generation fighter Russia "Sukhoi T-50" has carried out its first long distance flight when shipped from the manufacturing plant in Russia's Far East led to an airfield near where he served in Moscow, on January 17, 2013 last.

"This is a major breakthrough! Aircraft (T-50) flew 4,350 miles (7,000 km), twice landed, in Abakan and Chelyabinsk, on the way to the Russian capital," said Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin.

Four T-50 prototype was joined by three other prototype T-50 at Zhukovsky airfield to carry out country flight test, which is scheduled to begin in March 2013.

Before the T-50 entered the production line in 2016, the Russian Defense Ministry will complete the first test flight of eight prototype T-50 through 2015. Currently, the T-50 prototype fifth is being built in a factory Komsomolsk-on-Amur in Siberia.
Sukhoi T-50, which will be the backbone of future air combat fleet of Russia, a fifth generation multirole combat aircraft (multi-purpose) which is equipped with stealth technology (stealth), super-maneuverability, capable of super-cruise (supersonic speed without using afterburners ), and a modern avionics equipment including radar X-band active phased-array.

T-50, also known as PAK-FA project, first flew in January 2010 and introduced to the public at the Moscow Air Show in 2011. Here's Exclusive Photos of prototype Sukhoi T-50 PAK FA Fourth, shortly before leaving the factory heading to an airfield in Moscow, Thursday, January 17, 2013.


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