Students in Boris Gleb were trained for the first time on the Yak-130

Young pilots Borisoglebskaya aviation training base for the first time passed the training and successfully passed the examination for flight training on advanced combat training aircraft Yak-130, told reporters on Thursday, head of the press service of the Western Military District (WEST), Colonel Oleg Kochetkov.

"The first in the Russian squadron cadets pilots Borisoglebskaya aviation training base, are trained on the latest combat training aircraft Yak-130 has successfully passed the final exam for flight training. Examinations in navigation and piloting technique passed the 15 young pilots," — said Kochetkov.

Mastery of future aces assessed by the independent exercise of elements of complex maneuvers — flying at low altitude, dive, slide, drums, loops and half-loops. All flights took place at altitudes of 200 to 2,000 meters, said Kochetkov.

 

"Students who successfully pass the state exams today, for the first time started to fly the Yak-130 at the end of March 2013. Average raid on one of the cadet was on this type of training and combat vehicles 65 hours, flights were performed both in the daytime and at night . At the same time, the total flight time for training has made more than 200 hours per student, "- said the representative of WEST, adding that the release of the young officers of the walls of the Krasnodar branch of the Air Force Academy will be held on October 26 this year.

Yak-130 — the newest combat trainer aircraft of Russian Air Force of the "4 + +", which comes to replace the training aircraft L-39, recalled in a cooling zone. In terms of features and performance, it allows you to train students piloting the MiG-29, MiG-35, Su-27, Su-30, Su-34, Su-35. At the current time, the Borisoglebskaya training air base is located 25 aircraft of this type.

MOSCOW, August 8 — Reuters.

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