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242 fighters Su 30 to be sold abroad
27.08.2007 15:45
242 fighters Su 30 to be sold abroad

Russian corporation Irkut, producing multi-role fighters Su 30, is going to make and supply 242 jets abroad, the president of the company said. Up to 2012 the corporation is to manufacture 30-35 fighters annually. Due to the number of orders the plant has to move production of Be 200 amphibious aircraft to Taganrog.
      Su 30, `Flanker' by NATO, is a multi-role two-seater fighter aircraft with a range of 3500 km and maximum speed of 2100 km per hour. Today Su 30 is supplied to India, Algeria and Malaysia.


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