Russia will supply four Su-30SM fighters to Kazakhstan in 2015, Victor Lichaev, head of Irkut corp said at an arms exhibition in Rio de Janeiro Friday.
“Deliveries have already begun. The first two fighters have already been shipped, two are on the way. These aircraft will take part in the parade in Kazakhstan this year,” Lichaev said.
“Kazakhstan plans to increase the number of purchased aircraft of the Su-30SM type,” he added.
Irkut Corp plans to export four Su-30SM aircraft each to Kazakhstan and Belarus next month, Oleg Demchenko, President of Irkut Corporation said. BelTA, a Belarus based media organization reported from LIMA 2015 that Irkut will deliver four YAK-130 combat trainers besides the 4 Su-30SM to Belarus
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Airbus Military has signed a contract with Kazspecexport, a State Company belonging to the Ministry of Defence of Kazakhstan to supply two C295 military transport aircraft. This order is implementation of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that was signed in 2012 between the Ministry of Defence of Kazakhstan and Airbus Military for the procurement of eight C295s in total and on the basis of which two C295s were already delivered in 2013
Russian Helicopters has won a contract to supply multi-role Mi-8AMT and new light Ka-226T helicopters to Kazakhstan. “We confirm that we can supply Almaty Rescue Service with the required quantity of helicopters within the time period required,” said Mikhail Dubrovin, Russian Helicopters Director of Marketing
Kazakhstans Ministry of Defence (MoD) is planning to procure additional Sukhoi Su-30SM multirole fighter aircraft from Russia, according to a March 6 report by Russian news agency TASS. Kazakhstan Armed Forces signed an agreement for first batch of the Su-30SM in 2015
Kazakhstan has acquired four fourth generation Russian-built Su-30SM aircraft. Kazakhstans recent military parade in May confirmed that the central Asian country is operating at least four Su-30SM aircraft, BellingCat reported today
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