Myanmar has received six more aircraft Yak-130
According to the web resource sdelanounas.ru, "on New Year's Eve, the Irkutsk Aviation Plant, which is part of PJSC" Irkut Corporation, delivered six Yak-130 combat-training aircraft intended for the Myanmar Air Force. "
One of the six additional Yak-130 combat training aircraft delivered to Myanmar from Russia at the end of 2018 (the Myanmar airborne number "1808") during transportation on board the IL-76TD transport aircraft, December 2018 (c) VKontakte (via sdelanounas). ru)
On the bmpd side, we recall that the initially publicly unclaimed contract for the supply of an unnamed number of Yak-130 planes to Myanmar (supposedly 16) was signed by Rosoboronexport on June 22, 2015. The first three Yak-130 aircraft built by the Irkutsk Aviation Plant of PJSC Irkut Corporation under this contract were delivered to Myanmar at the end of 2016 and transferred to Myanmar Air Force in February 2017, receiving Myanmar airborne numbers "1801", "1802" and " 1803 "(serial numbers from 130.12.03-0101 to 130.12.03-0103). In the fall of 2017, the Myanmar Air Force received the next batch of three Yak-130 airplanes with tail numbers" 1804 "," 1805 "and" 1806 "(estimated serial numbers from 130.12.03-0104 to 130.12.03-0106). The official ceremony of entering the first six received Yak-130s into the Myanmar Air Force took place 1 December 5, 2017 at the airfield of the flight school of the Air Force of Myanmar in Mathila (near Mandalay).
Now Myanmar has received six more Yak-130 aircraft under this contract. Judging from the published photograph of the transportation of one of the aircraft of this party, this aircraft has a Myanmar airborne number "1808".
Thus, in 2018, ten Yak-130 combat training aircraft were delivered for export from Russia - six to Myanmar and four to Laos.