USSR / Russia (IV)

 

Sukhoi

Sukhoi Su-7                      

1955
-Russian-jets–Sukhoi–
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi Su-7BM  
Data for: Su-7BKL  
Manufacturer: OKB P.O. Sukhoi, USSR Max speed: 2.150 km/h (1.335 mph) Length:
Type: fighter-bomber and ground attack Range: NA   Span:
Description: swept wing supersonic fighter aircraft Ferry range: 1.650 km (1.025 mi) Height:
First flight: 1955 Ceiling: 17.600 m (57.740 ft) Max weight:
Crew: 1 Climb rate: 160 m/s (31.500 ft/min)    Number built:
16,80 m (55 ft 1 in)
9,31 m (30 ft 7 in)
4,99 m (16 ft 4 in)
15.210 kg   (33.530 lb)
1.847 (total Su-7)
Engine:               1 x Lyulka AL-7F-1 afterburning turbojet        
Thrust:    1 x 66,6 kN (1 x 14.980 lbf) dry thrust                                                                              
  1 x 94,1 kN (1 x 21.150 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Guns: 2 x 30 mm (2 x 1.18 in)    
  Hardpoints: 6    
  Hardpoints capacity: 2.000 kg (4.410 lb)    
 
More info/sources:
Wikipedia
Airvectors
Ruslet
Avia Deja Vu
 

 

Sukhoi Su-7U

1965
 
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi Su-7U  
Data for: Su-7U  
Manufacturer: OKB P.O. Sukhoi, USSR Max speed: 2.070 km/h (1.285 mph)    Length:
Type: fighter-trainer Range: 820 km (510 mi) Span:
Description: S-7 training version Ferry range: 1.430 km (890 mi) Height:
First flight: 1965 Ceiling: 17.250 m (56.600 ft) Max weight:
Crew: 2 Climb rate: NA   Number built:
17,00 m (55 ft 9 in)
9,31 m (30 ft 7 in)
4,99 m (16 ft 4 in)
13.890 kg   (30.622 lb)
413  
Engine:                    1 x Lyulka AL-7F-1 afterburning turbojet        
Thrust:    1 x 82,1 kN (1 x 18.453 lbf) dry thrust                                                                              
  1 x 94,6 kN (1 x 21.164 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Guns: 2 x 30 mm (2 x 1.18 in)    
  Hardpoints: 4    
  Hardpoints capacity: 1.000 kg (2.205 lb)    
 
More info/sources:
Airwar
Riga Aviation Museum
Avia Deja Vu
Ruslet
 

 

Sukhoi Su-7IG

1966
 
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi Su-7IG                                Photo source: Y. Gordon, B. Gunston – Soviet X-Planes (book)  
also called: S-22I  
Manufacturer: OKB P.O. Sukhoi, USSR Max speed: NA   Length:
Type: technology demonstrator Range: NA   Span (spread):
Description: Su-7 with variable geometry wing, Ferry range: +1.650 km (+1.025 mi)       Span (swept):
  Su-17 prototype Ceiling: NA   Empty weight:
First flight: 1966 Climb rate: NA   Number built:
Crew: 1        
19,03 m (62 ft 5 in)
13,68 m (44 ft 11 in)
10,03 m (32 ft 11 in)
9.480 kg   (20.899 lb)
1  
   
Engine:                1 x Lyulka AL-7F-1 afterburning turbojet      Source:  
Thrust:    1 x 82,1 kN (1 x 18.453 lbf) dry thrust                                                          Y. Gordon, B. Gunston:
  1 x 94,6 kN (1 x 21.164 lbf) with afterburner   Soviet X-Planes (book)
Armament: NA    
More info/sources:
Wikipedia
Sukhoi
Aviation.ru

 

 

Sukhoi Su-9

1956
 
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi Su-9  
   
Manufacturer: OKB P.O. Sukhoi, USSR Max speed: 2.230 km/h (1.385 mph) Length:
Type: interceptor Range: 1.350 km (838 mi) Span:
Description: single-engine, all weather, missile-armed plane Ferry range: NA   Height:
First flight: 1956 Ceiling: 20.000 m (65.620 ft) Max weight:
Crew: 1 Climb rate: 136,7 m/s (27.000 ft/min) Number built:
18,06 m (59 ft 3 in)
8,54 m (28 ft 0 in)
4,82 m (15 ft 10 in)
12.512 kg   (27.584 lb)
ca 1.100 (total Su-9)
Engine:              1 x Lyulka AL-7F1-100U turbojet        
Thrust:    1 x 66,7 kN (1 x 14.990 lbf) dry thrust                                                                              
  1 x 94,2 kN (1 x 21.160 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Hardpoints: 4    
  Missiles: 4 x air-to-air    
More info/sources:
Wikipedia
Ruslet
Aviastar
Airvectors

 

 

Sukhoi Su-9U

1961
 
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi Su-9U                                                                                Photo source: Zonamilitar.com.ar  
Data for: Su-9U  
Manufacturer: OKB P.O. Sukhoi, USSR Max speed: 2.230 km/h (1.385 mph)    Length:
Type: interceptor-trainer Range: 1.260 km (783 mi) Span:
Description: Su-9 training version Ferry range: 1.710 km (1.062 mi) Height:
First flight: 1961 Ceiling: 20.000 m (65.620 ft) Max weight:
Crew: 2 Climb rate: NA   Number built:
18,66 m (61 ft 3 in)
8,54 m (28 ft 0 in)
4,82 m (15 ft 10 in)
12.863 kg   (28.358 lb)
ca 50  
Engine:                    1 x Lyulka AL-7F1-100U turbojet        
Thrust:    1 x 66,7 kN (1 x 14.990 lbf) dry thrust                                                                              
  1 x 94,2 kN (1 x 21.160 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Hardpoints: 2    
  Missiles: 2 x air-to-air    
 
More info/sources:
Airwar
Ruslet
Airvectors

 

 

Sukhoi Su-11

1961
 
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi Su-11  
   
Manufacturer: OKB P.O. Sukhoi, USSR Max speed: 2.340 km/h (1.455 mph)     Length:
Type: interceptor Range: 1.350 km (840 mi) Span:
Description: Su-9 with new radar, modified nose and  Ferry range: 1.800 km (1.120 mi) Height:
  big intake cone Ceiling: 18.000 m (59.055 ft) Max weight:
First flight: 1961 Climb rate: NA   Number built:
Crew: 1        
18,23 m (59 ft 10 in)
8,54 m (28 ft 0 in)
4,70 m (15 ft 5 in)
13.986 kg   (30.385 lb)
8 (T-47), 108 (Su-11)
   
Engine:               1 x Lyulka AL-7F-2 turbojet        
Thrust:    1 x 66,7 kN (1 x 14.990 lbf) dry thrust                                                                              
  1 x 99,1 kN (1 x 22.290 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Hardpoints: 2    
  Hardpoints capacity: 1.000 kg (2.205 lb)    
  Missiles: 2 x air-to-air    
More info/sources:
Airwar
Aviastar
Ruslet
Airvectors
 

 

 

Sukhoi Su-15

1962
 
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi Su-15  
also called: Flagon A  
Manufacturer: OKB P.O. Sukhoi, USSR Max speed: 2.230 km/h (1.386 mph)    Length (total):
Type: interceptor Range: 1.260 km (783 mi) Length:
Description: twin-engine replacement for Su-11 with Ferry range: 1.550 km (963 mi) Span:
  delta wing and conical radome Ceiling: 18.500 m (60.695 ft) Height:
First flight: 1962 Climb rate: NA   Max weight:
Crew: 1       Number built: 
21,44 m (70 ft 4 in)
20,54 m (67 ft 5 in)
8,62 m (28 ft 3 in)
5,00 m   (16 ft 5 in)
17.094 kg  (37.685 lb)
1.290 (total Su-15)
Engines:             2 x Tumansky R-11F2S-300 turbojets    More info/sources:   
Thrust:    2 x 38,2 kN (2 x 8.598 lbf) dry thrust                                                            
  2 x 60,8 kN (2 x 13.670 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Hardpoints: 4 (2 for missiles and 2 for fuel tanks)    
  Missiles: 2 x air-to-air    
Sukhoi
Milavia
Ruslet
Airwar
Aviastar

 

 

Sukhoi Su-15UT

1967
 
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi Su-15UT                                                                                           Photo source: Airwar.ru  
also called: Flagon C  
Manufacturer: OKB P.O. Sukhoi, USSR Max speed: 1.850 km/h (860 mph)    Length:
Type: interceptor-trainer Range: 890 km (553 mi) Span:
Description: Su-15 trainer version without radar and Ferry range: 1.290 km (800 mi) Height:
  without combat capability Ceiling: 16.700 m (54.790 ft) Max weight:
First flight: 1967 Climb rate: NA   Number built:
Crew: 2        
20,99 m (68 ft 10 in)
8,62 m (28 ft 3 in)
5,00 m (16 ft 5 in)
17.200 kg   (37.920 lb)
NA  
   
Engines:               2 x Tumansky R-11F2-300 turbojets        
Thrust:    2 x 38,2 kN (2 x 8.598 lbf) dry thrust                                                                              
  2 x 60,8 kN (2 x 13.670 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Hardpoints: 4 (2 on wings and 2 on fuselage)    
  Missiles: 2 x dummy air-to-air missiles    
More info/sources:
Sukhoi
Milavia
Ruslet
Airwar

 

 

Sukhoi Su-15TM

1970
 
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi Su-15TM                                                                                    Photo source: Avia Deja Vu  
also called: Flagon F  
Manufacturer: OKB P.O. Sukhoi, USSR Max speed: 2.230 km/h (1.386 mph) Length:
Type: interceptor Range: 1.380 km (897 mi) Span:
Description: improved Su-15 with more power, new radar, Ferry range: 1.700 km (1.106 mi) Height:
  cranked delta wing and ogival radome Ceiling: 18.100 m (59.383 ft) Max weight:
First flight: 1970 Climb rate: 228 m/s (45.000 ft/min) Number built:
Crew: 1        
19,56 m (64 ft 2 in)
9,34 m (30 ft 8 in)
4,84 m (15 ft 10 in)
17.900 kg   (39.465 lb)
1.290 (total Su-15)
   
Engines:             2 x Tumansky R-13F2-300 turbojets        
Thrust:    2 x 40,2 kN (2 x 9.040 lbf) dry thrust                                                          
  2 x 64,7 kN (2 x 14.550 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Hardpoints: 6 (2 on outer wing pylons, 2 on inner pylons, 2 on fuselage pylons)    
  Hardpoints capacity: 1.500 kg (3.205 lb)    
  Missiles: 4 x air-to-air    
  Guns (option): 2 x 23 mm (2 x 0.90 in) gun pods on fuselage pylons    
More info/sources:
Wikipedia
Airwar
Sukhoi
Ruslet
Sukhoi
Milavia

 

 

Sukhoi Su-15UM

1976
 
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi Su-15UM                                                                                     Photo source: Airliners.net  
also called: Flagon G  
Manufacturer: OKB P.O. Sukhoi, USSR Max speed: 1.850 km/h (860 mph)      Length:
Type: interceptor-trainer Range: 1.210 km (750 mi) Span:
Description: Su-15TM trainer version without radar but  Ferry range: 1.700 km (1.106 mi) Height:
  with combat capability Ceiling: 17.500 m (57.415 ft) Max weight:
First flight: 1976 Climb rate: NA   Number built:
Crew: 2        
19,56 m (64 ft 2 in)
9,34 m (30 ft 8 in)
4,84 m (15 ft 10 in)
17.900 kg   (39.465 lb)
NA  
   
Engines:             2 x Tumansky R-13F2-300 turbojets        
Thrust:    2 x 40,2 kN (2 x 9.040 lbf) dry thrust                                                          
  2 x 64,7 kN (2 x 14.550 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Hardpoints: 6 (2 on outer wing pylons, 2 on inner pylons, 2 on fuselage pylons)    
  Missiles: 4 x air-to-air    
  Guns (option): 2 x 23 mm (2 x 0.90 in) gun pods on fuselage pylons    
More info/sources:
Sukhoi
Milavia
Airwar
Ruslet
Airvectors

 

 

Sukhoi Su-27

1977
 
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi Su-27P  
Data for: Su-27SK  
Manufacturer: OKB P.O. Sukhoi, USSR Max speed: 2.500 km/h (1.550 mph) Length:
Type: air superiority fighter Range: 3.530 km (2.070 mi) Span:
Description: one of most important Soviet/Russian fighters Ferry range: NA   Height:
  at the end of 20th century Ceiling: 18.500 m (60.695 ft) Max weight:
First flight: 1977 Climb rate: 300 m/s (54.000 ft/min)  Number built:
Crew: 1        
21,94 m (72 ft 0 in)
14,70 m (48 ft 3 in)
5,93 m (15 ft 6 in)
30.450 kg   (67.100 lb)
680 (total Su-27)
   
Engines:             2 x Saturn/Lyulka AL-31F turbofans        
Thrust:    2 x 75,22 kN (2 x 16.910 lbf) dry thrust                                                          
  2 x 122,6 kN (2 x 27.560 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Gun: 1 x 30 mm (1 x 1.18 in)    
  Hardpoints: 10    
  Hardpoints capacity: 8.000 kg (17.600 lb)    
  Missiles: 6 x R27, 4 x R73    
More info/sources:
Wikipedia
Airwar
Milavia
Sukhoi
Ruslet
 

 

 

Sukhoi Su-27UB

1985
 
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi Su-27UB  
Data for: Su-27UB  
Manufacturer: OKB P.O. Sukhoi, USSR Max speed: 2.125 km/h (1.320 mph)    Length:
Type: fighter-trainer Range: 3.600 km (2.235 mi) Span:
Description: Su-27 two-seat operational conversion trainer  Ferry range: NA   Height:
First flight: 1985 Ceiling: 17.250 m (56.595 ft) Max weight:
Crew: 2 Climb rate: NA   Number built:
21,94 m (72 ft 0 in)
14,70 m (48 ft 3 in)
6,35 m (20 ft 10 in)
30.500 kg   (67.240 lb)
166 (3 T-10U,
Engines:             2 x Saturn/Lyulka AL-31F turbofans        
Thrust:    2 x 74,53 kN (2 x 16.755 lbf) dry thrust                                                    
  2 x 122,6 kN (2 x 27.560 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Gun: 1 x 30 mm (1 x 1.18 in)    
  Hardpoints: 10    
  Hardpoints capacity: 6.000 kg (13.230 lb)    
  Missiles: 6 x R27, 4 x R73    
120 Su-27UB, 43 Su-27UBK)
More info/sources:
Airwar
Ruslet
Sukhoi
Airvectors
FAS

 

 

Sukhoi Su-30

1989
 
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi Su-30  
Data for: Su-30  
Manufacturer: OKB P.O. Sukhoi, USSR Max speed: 2.125 km/h (1.320 mph) Length:
Type: multirole fighter Range: 3.000 km (1.865 mi) Span:
Description: Su-27UB development as two-seat fighter with Ferry range: NA   Height:
  retractible refueling probe on the left side and Ceiling: 17.300 m (56.800 ft) Max weight:
  infra red sensor moved from center to the Climb rate: 230 m/s (45.275 ft/min) Number built:
  right side of the nose First flight: 1989   Crew:
21,94 m (72 ft 0 in)
14,70 m (48 ft 3 in)
6,36 m (20 ft 10 in)
34.500 kg   (76.060 lb)
+ 263 (total Su-30)
2  
Engines:             2 x Lyulka AL-31F turbofans        
Thrust:    2 x 74,5 kN (2 x 16.750 lbf) dry thrust                                                          
  2 x 122,58 kN (2 x 27.560 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Gun: 1 x 30 mm (1 x 1.18 in)    
  Hardpoints: 10    
  Hardpoints capacity: 6.000 kg (13.230 lb)    
  Missiles: 6 x R27, 4 x R73    
 
More info/sources:
Wikipedia
Airwar
Ruslet
Milavia
Military Factory

 

 

Sukhoi Su-30MK / MKI / MKM / MKA

1993
 
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi Su-30MK                                                                              Photo source: Flickr, ozimick73  
Data for: Su-30MKI  
Manufacturer: Sukhoi Company (JSC), Russia Max speed: 2.120 km/h (1.317 mph)    Length:
Type: multirole air superiority fighter Range: 3.000 km (1.865 mi) Span:
Description: Su-30 with Thrust Vectoring Control (TVC) Ferry range: NA   Height:
  and canards Ceiling: 17.300 m (56.800 ft) Max weight:
First flight: 1993 Climb rate: 230 m/s (45.275 ft/min)   Number built:
Crew: 2        
21,94 m (72 ft 0 in)
14,70 m (48 ft 3 in)
6,36 m (20 ft 10 in)
38.800 kg   (85.600 lb)
+ 158   
(MK, MKA, MKI, MKM)
Engines:             2 x Lyulka AL-31FP turbofans with thrust vectoring        
Thrust: 2 x 125,5 kN (2 x 28.220 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Gun: 1 x 30 mm (1 x 1.18 in)    
  Hardpoints: 12    
  Hardpoints capacity: 8.000 kg (17.600 lb)    
More info/sources:
Wikipedia
Sukhoi
Airwar
Ruslet

 

 

Sukhoi Su-30KI

1998
 
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi Su-30KI                                                                                        Photo source: Milavia.net  
Data for: Su-30KI  
Manufacturer: Sukhoi Company (JSC), Russia Max speed: 2.430 km/h (1.510 mph)    Length:
Type: multirole fighter Range: 3.700 km (2.300 mi) Span:
Description: the only single seater in Su-30 family, ordered Ferry range: NA   Height:
  by Indonesia but the order was cancelled Ceiling: 18.500 m (60.695 ft) Max weight:
First flight: 1998 Climb rate: NA   Number built:
Crew: 1        
21,94 m (72 ft 0 in)
14,70 m (48 ft 3 in)
5,93 m (19 ft 5 in)
33.450 kg   (73.745 lb)
1  
   
Engines:             2 x Lyulka AL-31F turbofans        
Thrust:    2 x 74,5 kN (2 x 16.750 lbf) dry thrust                                                          
  2 x 122,58 kN (2 x 27.560 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Gun: 1 x 30 mm (1 x 1.18 in)    
  Hardpoints: 12    
  Hardpoints capacity: 8.000 kg (17.600 lb)    
More info/sources:
Airwar
Ruslet
Wikipedia
Milavia
 

 

 

Sukhoi Su-33

1985
 
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi Su-33                                                                                 Photo source: kr.blog.yahoo.com  
also called: Su-27K  
Manufacturer: OKB P.O. Sukhoi, USSR Max speed: 2.300 km/h (1.430 mph)    Length:
Type: multirole naval fighter Range: 3.000 km (1.865 mi) Span:
Description: Su-27 with canards for aircraft carriers Ferry range: NA   Height:
First flight: 1985 Ceiling: 17.000 m (55.775 ft) Max weight:
Crew: 1 Climb rate: 230 m/s (45.275 ft/min)    Number built:
21,94 m (72 ft 0 in)
14,70 m (48 ft 3 in)
5,93 m (19 ft 5 in)
33.000 kg   (72.750 lb)
33  
Engines:              2 x Lyulka AL-31F turbofans        
Thrust:    2 x 74,5 kN (2 x 16.750 lbf) dry thrust                                                          
  2 x 122,58 kN (2 x 27.560 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Gun: 1 x 30 mm (1 x 1.18 in)    
  Hardpoints: 12    
  Hardpoints capacity: 6.500 kg (14.330 lb)    
  Missiles: 4 x R27, 4 x R73 air-to-air    
 
More info/sources:
Wikipedia
Ruslet
Milavia
Sukhoi
Airwar

 

 

Sukhoi Su-33KUB

1999
 
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi Su-33KUB  
also called: Su-27KUB  
Manufacturer: Sukhoi Company (JSC), Russia Max speed: 2.150 km/h (1.335 mph)    Length:
Type: naval fighter-trainer Range: 3.000 km (1.865 mi) Span:
Description: two-seat side-by-side Su-33 combat capable Ferry range: 3.900 km (2.425 mi) Height:
  trainer version Ceiling: NA   Max weight:
First flight: 1999 Climb rate: 200 m/s (39.370 ft/min)   Number built:
Crew: 2        
21,20 m (69 ft 7 in)
16,00 m (52 ft 5 in)
5,90 m (19 ft 4 in)
33.000 kg   (72.750 lb)
2  
   
Engines:             2 x Lyulka AL-31F turbofans        
Thrust:    2 x 74,5 kN (2 x 16.750 lbf) dry thrust                                                          
  2 x 122,58 kN (2 x 27.560 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Gun: 1 x 30 mm (1 x 1.18 in)    
  Hardpoints: 12    
  Hardpoints capacity: 6.000 kg (13.230 lb)    
More info/sources:
Airwar
Milavia
Ruslet
Harpoon Data Basis
Aviastar

 

 

Sukhoi Su-34

1990
 
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi Su-34  
also called: Su-32FN and Su-27IB  
Manufacturer: Sukhoi Company (JSC), Russia Max speed: 1.900 km/h (1.180 mph)    Length:
Type: fighter-bomber Combat range: 1.100 km (685 mi) Span:
Description: side-by-side fighter designed for tactical dep- Ferry range: 4.000 km (2.485 mi) Height:
  loyment against air, ground and naval targets Ceiling: 15.000 m (49.212 ft) Max weight:
First flight: 1990 Climb rate: NA   Numb. built:
Crew: 2           
23,34 m (76 ft 7 in)
14,70 m (48 ft 3 in)
6,09 m (20 ft 0 in)
45.100 kg   (99.430 lb)
20  
   
Engines:             2 x Lyulka AL-31FM1 turbofans                
Thrust: 2 x 132 kN (2 x 29.762 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Gun: 1 x 30 mm (1 x 1.18 in)    
  Hardpoints: 12    
  Hardpoints capacity: 8.000 kg (17.630 lb)    
More info/ sources:
Sukhoi Ruslet
Wikipedia Airwar
Aviastar Milavia
   

 

 

Sukhoi Su-35

1988
 
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi Su-35  
also called: Su-27M  
Manufacturer: OKB P.O. Sukhoi, USSR Max speed: 2.440 km/h (1.515 mph)   Length:
Type: multirole fighter Range: 4.000 km (2.485 mi) Span:
Description: Su-27 development with canards, upgraded  Ferry range: NA   Height:
  engines, new radar, fly by wire flight control   Ceiling: 18.000 m (59.055 ft) Max weight:
  system, extra fuel capacity, aerial refueling Climb rate: NA   Number built:
  probe, twin-wheel nose gear and larger tail fins First flight: 1988   Crew:
22,18 m (72 ft 9 in)
14,70 m (48 ft 3 in)
6,35 m (20 ft 10 in)
34.000 kg   (74.955 lb)
14 (Su-27M /Su-35)
1  
Engines:             2 x Lyulka AL-31FM turbofans                                                    
Thrust: 2 x 125,5 kN (2 x 28.220 lbf) with afterburner   Source:
Armament: Gun: 1 x 30 mm (1 x 1.18 in)   Gerard Frawley:
  Hardpoints: 12   Military Aircraft 2000/01
  Hardpoints capacity: 8.000 kg (17.630 lb)   (book)
 
More info/sources:
Wikipedia
Airwar
Global Security

 

 

Sukhoi Su-35UB

2000
 
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi Su-35UB  
Data for: Su-35UB  
Manufacturer: Sukhoi Company (JSC), Russia Max speed: 2.400 km/h (1.490 mph)     Length:
Type: fighter-trainer Range: 3.200 km (1.990 mi) Span:
Description: Su-35 (Su-27M) trainer version Ferry range: NA   Height:
First flight: 2000 Ceiling: 18.000 m (59.055 ft) Max weight:
Crew: 2 Climb rate: NA   Number built:
22,18 m (72 ft 9 in)
14,70 m (48 ft 3 in)
6,35 m (20 ft 10 in)
35.200 kg   (77.600 lb)
1  
Engines:                2 x Lyulka AL-31FM turbofans                      
Thrust: 2 x 125,5 kN (2 x 28.220 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Gun: 1 x 30 mm (1 x 1.18 in)    
  Hardpoints: 12    
  Hardpoints capacity: 8.000 kg (17.630 lb)    
More info/sources:
Airwar
Ruslet
Deagel
Scramble

 

 

Sukhoi Su-35S

2008
 
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi Su-35S                                                                                                Photo source: Sukhoi  
also called: Su-35BM  
Manufacturer: Sukhoi Company (JSC), Russia Max speed: 2.390 km/h (1.485 mph) Length:
Type: multirole fighter Range: 3.600 km (2.235 mi) Span:
Description: Su-35 without canards and speedbrake but Ferry range: 4.500 km (2.795 mi) Height:
  with the same or even better maneuverability Ceiling: 18.000 m (59.055 ft) Max weight:
  thanks to new engine with fully-rotating Climb rate: 280 m/s (55.100 ft/min)  Number built:
  vectoring thrust nozzles  First flight: 2008   Crew:
21,90 m (71 ft 10 in)
15,30 m (50 ft 2 in)
5,90 m (19 ft 4 in)
34.500 kg   (76.060 lb)
3  
1  
Engines:             2 x Saturn 117S with TVC nozzle turbofans        
Thrust:    2 x 86,3 kN (2 x 19.400 lbf) dry thrust                                                          
  2 x 142 kN (2 x 31.900 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Gun: 1 x 30 mm (1 x 1.18 in)    
  Hardpoints: 12    
  Hardpoints capacity: 8.000 kg (17.630 lb)    
More info/sources:
Wikipedia
Milavia
Sukhoi
Ruslet
Airwar

 

 

Sukhoi Su-37

1996
 
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi Su-37  
also called: Terminator  
Manufacturer: Sukhoi Company (JSC), Russia Max speed: 2.500 km/h (1.550 mph) Length:
Type: fighter technology demonstrator Range: 3.700 km (2.300 mi) Span:
Description: Su-35 prototype with engines that incorporate Ferry range: NA   Height:
  two-dimensional thrust-vectoring (TVC) nozzles Ceiling: 18.000 m (59.055 ft) Max weight:
First flight: 1996 Climb rate: 230 m/s (45.275 ft/min) Numb. built:
Crew: 1        
22,18 m (72 ft 9 in)
14,70 m (48 ft 3 in)
6,43 m (21 ft 1 in)
35.000 kg   (77.160 lb)
2  
   
Engines:             2 x Lyulka AL-37FU afterburning turbofans        
Thrust:    2 x 74,5 kN (2 x 16.750 lbf) dry thrust                                                          
  2 x 145 kN (2 x 32.000 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Gun: 1 x 30 mm (1 x 1.18 in)    
  Hardpoints: 12    
  Hardpoints capacity: 8.200 kg (18.080 lb)    
More info/ sources:
Wikipedia Jane's
Airwar Slupsk
Milavia Global Security
Ruslet  
   

 

 

Sukhoi T-50 (PAK FA)

2010
 
Aircraft on photo: Sukhoi T-50  
also called: PAK-FA  
Manufacturer: Sukhoi Company (JSC), Russia Max speed: 2.500 km/h (1.550 mph) Length:
Type: stealth multirole fighter Range: NA   Span:
Description: first Russian 5th generation fighter with  Ferry range: 5.500 km (3.417 mi) Height:
  full 3-D thrust vectoring Ceiling: 20.000 m (65.616 ft) Max weight:
First flight: 2010 Climb rate: 350 m/s (68.900 ft/min)    Number built:
Crew: 1        
19,80 m (65 ft 0 in)
14,00 m (45 ft 11 in)
6,05 m (19 ft 10 in)
37.000 kg   (81.570 lb)
      8  (Apr 2017)
   
Engines:              2 x Saturn AL-41F1 afterburning turbofans        
Thrust: 2 x 172 kN (2 x 38.667 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Internal bays:    
  External hardpoints: 6    
  Guns: possible 2 x 30 mm (2 x 1.18 in)    
More info/sources:
Wikipedia
Ruslet
Sukhoi
Airwar

 

 

 

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