Air International 2013-06
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Фирма "Сухой" активно рекламирует Су-35БМ, предлагая его, прежде всего, Бразилии, Южной Корее, Венесуэле, Китаю и Индии.
Су-35 является наиболее совершенным из российских тяжелых многоцелевых истребителей. Он оснащен новейшими цифровыми системами и способен нести все типы российских ракет класса "воздух-воздух" и высокоточного вооружения "воздух-поверхность".
Su-35-2 '902' made its maiden flight from Komsomolsk-on-Amur on October 2, 2008.
Top left: The infrared missile approach warning (MAW) sensor covering the upper front sector is positioned on top of the aircraft's nose (right) beside the OLS-35 electro-optical search-and-track sensor (left). Bottom left: One of the radar warning receiver sensors for the L150-35 system. Top right: The MAW sensor covering the upper aft sector is positioned behind the cockpit canopy. Right middle: Laser warning sensors (left) are located on the sides of the front fuselage close to the side sector MAW (right). Bottom middle: Two MAW sensors fitted to the forward and aft fuselage underside cover the lower sector. Right bottom: Top down view of the OLS-35 sensor.
The N135 Irbis PESA radar fitted to an Su-35.
Su-35s on the production line at the KnAAPO facility at Komsomolsk-on-Amur.
Su-35 '07' was handed over to the Russian Air Force in late December 2012.
The Su-35 can be armed with the Kh-35U anti-shipping missile.
This close-up shot of Su-35-2 '907' shows the OLS-35 electro-optical search and track sensor positioned forward of the canopy.
Test pilot Sergei Bogdan completed the first flight of Su-35-1 '901' on February 19, 2008 from the airfield at Komsomolsk-on-Amur in the Khabarosk Kray.
Power for the Su-35 is provided by a pair of thrust-vectoring AL-41FS turbofan engines each rated at 31,967 lb of thrust with reheat.
P-3C Orion and P-8A Poseidon aircraft now share the flight line at NAS Jacksonville.
EMB-145H 729 taxies into position to line up on Souda Bay's runway 29 as a Luftwaffe Transall C-160D taxies in from the north taxiway awaiting its turn for departure.
With 58,800lb of thrust available from two F110-GE-129 engines, the pilot of this F-15SG demonstrates the type's power during a display at the Singapore airshow.
Republic of Korea Air Force F-15K Slam Eagles at Nellis AFB, Nevada during exercise Red Flag.
Part of Saudi Arabia's December 2011 deal with the US Government for 84 new Eagles, includes upgrading the kingdom's fleet of F-15S fighters to F-15SA configuration. This is projected to begin in 2014.
One of the F-15S fighters that will be converted to F-15SA standard over the next couple of years.
Republic of Korea Air Force F-15K Slam Eagle 02-036 is seen landing at Nellis AFB, Nevada during exercise Red Flag.
The Spyder demonstrator later had a longer nose fitted to house additional sensors
A large cabin, good performance, low airframe and operating costs and wide choice of sensors make the Beechcraft King Air family popular for special mission applications. This aircraft is one of five Shadow R1s serving with the RAF.
Like many of the special missions Beech 350 variants, little information has been released on the RAF's Shadow R1s. The long term future of the fleet is uncertain, as they were acquired to support operations in Afghanistan and funding cutbacks after the UK pulls out in 2014 may see them withdrawn.
Although no orders have been announced for the Spyder, L3 has promoted the system in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The system was designed to be platform independent and can be tailored to the requirements of the customer.
Several companies have offered special mission variants of the Beech 350, all of which take advantage of under fuselage panniers to accommodate mission sensors.
Initially assigned to No.5(AC) Squadron, the RAF's Shadow R1s currently serve with No.14 Squadron.
C-12D 81-23545 was one of the aircraft modified to the Horned Owl configuration.
L-3 is offering the Spyder, based on the Beech 350 airframe.
The largest fleet of special missions Beech 350s is operated by the US Air Force. Its MC-12Ws have been deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan, providing persistant ISR to ground forces.
US Air Force MC-12W.
The RAF's five Shadow R1s were acquired under an Urgent Operational Requirement and serve in Afghanistan.
Artist's impression of the US Army's EMARSS configuration, developed as a successor to the cancelled Aerial Common Sensor.
Naval Airman assigned to Patrol Squadron 16 (VP-16) 'War Eagles', direct a P-8A Poseidon on the flight line at NAS Jacksonville.
P-3C Orion and P-8A Poseidon aircraft now share the flight line at NAS Jacksonville.
MQ-8B Fire Scout BuNo 167784 loaded with two three-tube rocket launchers each holding three inert WGU-59/B APKWS rockets.
A Fire Scout 'on the perch’ immediately prior to landing at a land base in Afghanistan.
MQ-8B Fire Scout BuNo 168442 approaches the landing spot at Webster Field, Maryland.
Close-up shot of the three-tube launcher fitted to an MQ-8B, and loaded with three 2.75-inch WGU-59/B test rockets.
Two Fire Scouts chained to the aft landing deck of USS Halyburton awaiting flight operations.
Fire Scout operators in the training simulator located at NAS Jacksonville, Florida.
Cutaway diagram showing the main components of an MQ-8B Fire Scout.
This diagram of a WGU-59/B APKWS shows the main components of the rocket system now carried by Fire Scout.
Il-76MD-90A RA-78650 during initial tests in September 2012.
Aviadvigatel's PS-90A-76 turbofan engine was selected to power the Il-76MD-90A and offers around 10% lower fuel consumption compared to the original PS-90-76 version.
The prototype Il-76MD-90A, RA-78650 in it's Russian Air Force colour scheme, seen on take-off from Ulyanovsk on March 18, 2013.
In the Soviet era Aviastar's plant was called the Ulyanovsk Aviation Industrial Complex which produced the An-124-100 Ruslan cargo aircraft.
Модернизированный тяжелый военно-транспортный самолет Ил-76МД-90А впервые будет показан на МАКС-2013
The first Il-76MD-90A RA-78650 made its maiden flight on September 22, 2012, at Ulyanovsk-Vostochnii airfield.
The flight-test crew of thr IL-76MD-90A after the type's maiden flight at Ulyanovsk on September 22, 2012
The Il-76MD-90A features an eight-screen KSEIS cockpit.
The 'ski box' that houses the Saab Microwave Systems Erieye PS-890 radar is a prominent feature of the EMB-145H.
EMB-145H 729 taxies into position to line up on Souda Bay's runway 29 as a Luftwaffe Transall C-160D taxies in from the north taxiway awaiting its turn for departure.
EMB-145H 374 returns from a regular training mission at Larisa AB.
Ground crew assigned to 380 AEW Squadron work through the start-up sequence with EMB-145H 757 on the apron at Souda Bay prior to an Operation Unified Protector mission.
The EMB-145H has a reinforced top fuselage to carry the PS-890 Erieye radar antenna, winglets to improve aerodynamics, fuel economy and range and an increased fuel capacity compared to the commercial ERJ-145 variant.
The EMB-145H cockpit is equipped with two Honeywell flight management systems, two 8 x 7 inch multi-functional displays, and two primary flight displays. A solitary engine instrument crew alerting system is positioned in the centre of the panel.