Ukrainian components for KnAAZ to be replaced by the Russian ones

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Deliveries of Russian components for military aircraft manufactured at the Komsomolsk-on-Amur aviation plant (KnAAZ, a subsidiary of “Sukhoi”) should begin before the end of 2015. New domestic products is intended to replace Ukrainian counterparts, the Ministry of Industry and Transport of the Khabarovsk Territory, with reference to the plans of the United Aircraft Corporation and the company “Sukhoi” informed on July 21.

“In order to address the issues of import substitution plan for the development of components production in Ukraine in the Russian Federation was developed. The new domestic products are intended for the production of military aircraft of the Su-34, Su-30M2 and Su-30MK2, Su35S, T-50, manufactured by a branch of “Sukhoi” KnAAZ named after Yuri Gagarin and Novosibirsk Aircraft Production Association named after Valery Chkalov”, the acting deputy chief of the department of industry and the introduction of scientific and technical programs of the region Alexey Abrosimov said. – Shipments of domestic products on aircraft factories is planned for 2015″.

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Russia to supply ten Su-30MK2 to Vietnam in 2015

12.02.2015.   Siberian Insider

Photo from www.airforce-technology.com

Russia will supply to Vietnam ten Su-30MK2 this year. Thus, after the conditions of the contract are met, the number of the most advanced combat aircraft of the Vietnamese Air Force, will reach 36 units.

Russia is a traditional partner of Vietnam on cooperation in the military-technical sphere. In recent years, the parties signed supply contracts in Vietnam newest Russian weapons worth more than $ 4.5 billion, according to TASS. The most significant of these was a contract for the purchase of Vietnam Party multifunctional Su-30MK2, which is estimated at about a billion dollars and an agreement to sell six submarines of the project 636.1 “Varshavyanka” cost of about $ 2 billion.

Vietnam took delivery of the first two Su-30MK2 fighters ordered in 2013

Russian Military Technologies, 21.12.2014
Komsomolsk-on-Amur aviation plant started deliveries of Su-30MK2 fighters to Vietnam under the contract signed in 2013, Interfax-AVN reports.
“The first two out of 12 jets ordered in early December were delivered to Vietnam,” a source said. According to him, “two more jets of the type will be delivered to the customer this year, the rest 8 ones – in 2015”.
This is the third contract for delivery of Su-30MK2 fighters to Vietnam. Contracts for delivery of 8 and 12 jets of the type have already been successfully implemented.
Photo: Vietnam took delivery of the first two Su-30MK2 fighters ordered in 2013

Komsomolsk-on-Amur aviation plant started deliveries of Su-30MK2 fighters to Vietnam under the contract signed in 2013, Interfax-AVN reports.
“The first two out of 12 jets ordered in early December were delivered to Vietnam,” a source said. According to him, “two more jets of the type will be delivered to the customer this year, the rest 8 ones – in 2015”.
This is the third contract for delivery of Su-30MK2 fighters to Vietnam. Contracts for delivery of 8 and 12 jets of the type have already been successfully implemented.
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The last batch of Su-30MK2 fighters under contract 2011 has delivered to the air base “Sultan Hasanuddin”

06.09.2013 TSAMTO
 
  Indonesian Air Force air base on “Sultan Hasanuddin” (South Sulawesi Province) September 4. Transport aircraft An-124 “Ruslan” has delivered the last batch (2 pcs.) of Su-30MK2 in the framework of the contract signed in late 2011, the newspaper “Jakarta post “.

According to a representative of major air base Mulyadi, a group of Russian experts of 13 people perform work on the assembly and testing of aircraft before handing over to the Indonesian Air Force. Tentatively, this phase will take about a week. Aircraft Armament will be supplied later.

As already TSAMTO reported, “Rosoboronexport” and the Ministry of Defence of Indonesia in December 2011 have signed a contract worth 470 million dollars for six multi-role fighters Su-30MK2.

The first two aircraft under this contract were received by the Indonesian Air Force at the end of February 2013, two more – in May.

They will supplement the fleet of five Su-27SK and five Su-30MK2 acquired by the Indonesian Air Force in 2003-2010.