JohninMK wrote:Is this a repaired from damage etc or upgraded aircraft?
The first 10 built were defective and production moved to another plant. They have been sitting in storage until now. The why and what is unknown.
Not 10, were 12 Yak-130 built in "Sokol" at Nizhni Nóvgorod
"The Yak-130 was the first combat training aircraft created in modern Russia. He was called to replace obsolete imported cars, primarily the Czechoslovak L-39. The first order for 12 Yak-130 Ministry of Defense placed back in 2005
, and in 2011 55 of these aircraft were ordered immediately…"
The total ordered is 12 + 55 handed over in 2012 to 2014+ 12 handed over in 2015 , + 30 for the three years 2016 to 2018
Total 109 Yak-130 to the date
The first bath of 12, were handed over: 3 in 2009, 6 in 2010 and 3 in 2011
Four were for Lípetsk, with numbers Nº90 to Nº93 red
The other 8, were for Borisoglebsk, Nº21 to 28 white
01-01 Nº90 red, year 2009 to 4ºTsBPiPLS Lipetsk , later transfered to Borisoglebsk, gets Nº29 white. later transfered to Vorónezh Aeronautical University for practices of students
01-02 Nº91 red, year 2009 to 4ºTsBPiPLS Lipetsk , later transfered to Borisoglebsk, gets Nº30 white, just repaired in 2019 at 121ºARZ (Kubinka), gets Nº30 red
01-03 Nº92 red, year 2009 to 4ºTsBPiPLS Lipetsk , later transfered to 929º GLITs Akhtubinsk
01-03 Nº93 red, year 2010 to 4ºTsBPiPLS Lipetsk , crashed in accident in may 2010