In pictures: New Yak-130 flying in Boris Gleb

September 13th on our website has been reported, the transfer of the three Air Force UBS Yak-130 — here.

Now you can look at these three beauties.

  • UBS Yak-130 ("55 White"), the Russian Air Force.  Shagol, 23.09.2013 (c) photo-ilius.livejournal.com
  • UBS Yak-130 ("55 White"), the Russian Air Force. Shagol, 23.09.2013 (c) photo-ilius.livejournal.com

And this is — made by 23 September 2013 at the airport Shagol (Chelyabinsk) pictures depicting an intermediate landing these three new trainer aircraft Yak-130 is distilled from Irkutsk to Borisoglebsk of the 209th Air Base Boris and training aviation training center for training of flight personnel front , bombers and ground-attack aircraft Chkalov Air Force Russia (Voronezh region).

These three aircraft with white hull number "55", "56" and "57" were transferred to JSC "Corporation" Irkut "September 13, 2013 Russian Air Force at the airport of Irkutsk Aviation Plant. This is the 25 th, 26 th and 27 th aircraft of this type, postroennyeh contracted by the Ministry of Defense of Russia in December 2011 for the supply of 55 vehicles of this type by the end of 2015, and the tenth, eleventh and twelfth aircraft of this type, built under this contract in 2013.

  • UBS Yak-130 ("White 56"), the Russian Air Force.  Shagol, 23.09.2013 (c) photo-ilius.livejournal.com
  • UBS Yak-130 ("White 56"), the Russian Air Force. Shagol, 23.09.2013 (c) photo-ilius.livejournal.com
  • UBS Yak-130 ("White 57"), the Russian Air Force.  Shagol, 23.09.2013 (c) photo-ilius.livejournal.com
  • UBS Yak-130 ("White 57"), the Russian Air Force. Shagol, 23.09.2013 (c) photo-ilius.livejournal.com

Combat training aircraft Yak-130 (tail number "55 white", "white 56" and "57 White"), the Russian Air Force. Shagol, 23.09.2013 (c) photo-ilius.livejournal.com

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