Barred from the Farnborough Air show starting 16 July, Russia has chosen the Army 2018 event to be held in August near Moscow to mark global public debut of its Su-57 fifth generation fighter jet.
The Russian MoD announced on their website Tuesday that the Su-57 along with the Su-30SM and the Su-35 would be on display at the Army 2018.
Russian defence firms such as Rostec, Rosoboronexport and United Aircraft Corporation have been barred from doing business by the United States, United Kingdom and the European Union over its annexation of Crimea from Ukraine in 2014 and support for separatist rebels fighting in eastern Ukraine.
Russian armament firms have selected Farnborough or the Paris Air Show to show off their latest aviation technology. The Su-30 and Su-35 both featured in one or the other event in the past.
The Su-57 is Russia's answer to the US F-35 and is in the middle of prototype testing. Many details about the aircraft are not known yet and its public display would help to throw light on the technologies that have gone to build the most modern Russian fighter aircraft yet.
The Su-57 pilots will get a new anti-gravity suits from 2019. They are ready for flight tests and will reportedly be delivered from 2019. The first prototypes of suits have already undergone tests on a centrifuge with test persons. During the plane’s maneuvers, the G-suit prevents the drain of blood from the brain to the abdomen and the legs.
Currently, the first stage engine 117S is mounted on the Russian fighter.
A new engine has not yet received its name and is conventionally designated as the second stage engine.
It was reported in August last year that Russia’s T-50 (PAK FA) fifth-generation fighter jet had received the serial index of Su-57. The experimental design work on the most advanced fighter jet should be completed in 2019 and its deliveries to the troops should begin at that time. As United Aircraft Corporation CEO Slyusar said, the pre-production batch will consist of 12 such planes.
Russian, Chinese, Iranian and Pakistani intelligence directors met in Islamabad to discuss regional cooperation to combat the Islamic State in Afghanistan. The meeting was held in Pakistan and included the participation of Russian Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) under the Pakistans Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) directorate and was attended by senior officials from Pakistan, Russia, Iran and China, Sergei Ivanov, Spokesperson for SVR was quoted as saying by
Russias Kalashnikov Group will deliver 26 SV-98 7.62 mm bolt-action sniper rifles to the countrys National Guard (Rosgvardiya), TASS reports quoting the source from Russian industry as saying
The new anti-gravity suits for Russias Su-57 fighter aircraft pilots are ready for flight tests and will reportedly be delivered from 2019, head of the Zvezda Research and Production Enterprise told TASS on Monday. "Our full-size suit is a one-piece outfit, which presses firmly on the arms and the larger part of the body
Russia is working on development of radio-photonic radars for unmanned aerial vehicles and sixth-gen fighter aircraft, capable of creating accurate target image, TASS reports. The report says that such radars see considerably further than conventional one and will be capable of building a photographic image of the target that will be identified automatically
Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) unveiled a prototype for Turkeys jet trainer/light attack aircraft for the first time at Farnborough Airshow, which started in the U.K
The United Kingdom today revealed a model of its proposed new fighter jet, the Tempest at the Farnborough Air Show. Once manufactured, the aircraft will be able to fly either as a piloted aircraft or as an unmanned drone, UK Defence Secretary, Gavin Williamson, said adding that the UK would be investing £2bn in the new project
Russia has commenced tests of certain technologies of the yet-to-be-named sixth-generation manned-unmanned combat jet being developed as a follow on to the Su-57 fifth generation fighter aircraft. The tests involve control and navigation equipment besides weapons systems,
At Farnborough Air Show 2018, Leonardo will unveil a new Electronic Warfare (EW) communications intelligence (COMINT) product, called ‘Spider for the eight Radio Frequency (RF) antennas contained within the system. Spider is able to intercept and analyse enemy communications in real time
Russian Rostec and Citadel have established a research and production company, ‘Kryptonite, which will create civilian IT products based on military developments in the field of information security. Initial investment in the creation of the joint venture will amount to more than 4 billion rubles (US$64 million), the company said in a statement Thursday
Tata Technologies Signs MoU to Set Up New Defense Aerospace Center in...
Saber Astronautics Tech to Detect Degraded Electronic Signals for Australian MoD
Russian Navy Receives Warships, Cruise and Anti-Ship Missiles This Year
Indian Air Force Eyes Old Jaguars from Other Countries for Spares, Air...
Turkish Firm Wins Tender to Build Four Corvettes for Pakistan Navy
Turkey’s First Indigenous Aircraft Carrier To Be Ready in 2021
Boeing Apache, Turkish ATAK Compete in Moroccan Helicopter Program
L-3 Wins $73M For HALO Aircraft For Ballistic Missile Defense System Test...
The Russian ministry of defense on Thursday published a series of videos showcasing the production, deployment and installation and testing...
The market for fighter jets in countries which are expected to have open competitions is estimated at US$50 billion to...
The Indian MoD's plan to purchase 110 fighter jets may be its costliest fighter jet buy ever with the entire...
Indias plans of integrating the MBDAs meteor missile on its LCA Tejas and Su-30MKI aircraft may not happen due to...
The most-read stories on the defenseworld
One of the most interesting exhibits at the Dubai Air show 2017 occupies a corner in the Aviation Industries Corporation...