Before completing the SR-10 (in the background), KB SAT restored historic Yak-30 jet trainer (side number 80) to airworthy condition. The Yak-30 and its single-seat version Yak-32 were contenders for a training aircraft programme for the Warsaw Pact. This was eventually won by the Czechoslovakian-built L-29 Delfin. This particular Yak-30 was made in June 1961. Years later, a group of enthusiasts bought the preserved aircraft from the Yakovlev company. On December 19, 2007, the restored aircraft took-off with Ildus Kiramov at the controls.