Air International 2013-06
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P.Butowski - Sukhoi Su-35 Russia's Supplementary Fighter /Military/
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.