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    Post  kopyo-21 on Sun Oct 30, 2016 12:25 pm

    There are some mistakes about RED engine. The RED A03 is V12 engine while the RED A05 is V6 and its max power is 350HP, not 300HP.
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    Post  kopyo-21 on Wed Nov 02, 2016 6:37 am

    New take-off magazine issue
    http://en.take-off.ru/index.php/component/content/article/45/431

    Just downloaded and quickly read. I am so confusing about the final chosen engine for Yak-152. In the magazine they said the final chosen engine will be RED A03 V12 500hp and optional RED A05 V6 350hp instead of M-14X engine that has been stopped producing. However many sources recently claimed that the sanction and the priority using domestic products made 150 Yak-152s that orderred for Russian AF changed their engine from German RED A03 to domestic M-14X.

    So which one is the latest and updated news?
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    Post  George1 on Sun Mar 12, 2017 1:23 pm

    Continuation of flight tests of the first prototype Yak-152

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    As reported on March 9, 2017 by the Department of Information and Communications of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, Deputy Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation Yuri Borisov inspected the implementation of the State Defense Order at the Irkutsk Aviation Plant [branch of PJSC Irkut Corporation].

    When the company visited Yuri Borisov told reporters that the Russian Defense Ministry plans in 2017 to conclude with the Irkutsk Aviation Plant a contract for the delivery of the first three Yak-152 training aircraft. Observing the demonstration flight of the prototype of this car, he noted that "the impressions from the aircraft are the most favorable."

    Serial production of the Yak-152 is scheduled to be launched in March 2017. It is expected that it will become an airplane of initial flight training for flight schools and first courses of aviation schools. After that, the cadets will be transferred to the combat training aircraft Yak-130.


    Deputy Defense Minister Yury Borisov in September 2015 announced that the Defense Ministry plans to purchase 150 aircraft of this type. In June 2015, Deputy Director of the Department of Aviation - Head of the Department of Flight Operations DOSAAF Andrei Lebedev said that DOSAAF intends to purchase 105 aircraft by 2020.



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    Post  hoom on Wed May 03, 2017 11:40 am

    So the Altius long range drone prototype is equipped with RED diesels
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    No sign of a rotary engined Yak-152 prototype -> its looking like they will be using RED for Yak-152 after all.

    Saw it said elsewhere that while located in Germany the RED company is owned by a Russian, has a heap of Russian staff, Russian funding & was at least talking about setting up manufacturing in Russia several yrs back.
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    Post  Rmf on Wed May 03, 2017 6:43 pm

    well its a typical kgb spy front company with tech espionage, vladimir the owner is a car fan , and a russian german , many germans lived on lower volga river before ww2 for centuries , most emigrated in 90s to germany and got quick citizenships.... as for the company they collected many german good engineers over time in there and very quick , engine reminds me of audis premium model a6 ,a8 ,....diesels . i am sure all blueprints are in already stored in moscow so no worry.
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    Post  George1 on Thu Jun 08, 2017 1:10 am

    The first prototype Yak-152 was painted

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    Recall that the Yak-152 was developed by JSC OKB im. A.S. Yakovlev, part of the PJSC Irkut Corporation, within the framework of the Bird-Air Force, launched in 2014. Construction of two samples for flight tests (serial numbers 0001 and 0002), one for static testing (serial number 0003), and one for resource tests (serial number 0004) is carried out at the Irkutsk Aviation Plant, a branch of PJSC Irkut Corporation. The first flight prototype of the Yak-152 (serial number 0001) made its first flight to Irkutsk on September 29, 2016. The Yak-152 aircraft for the Russian Ministry of Defense are equipped with the RED A03T V12 diesel engine nominally to the German company RED Aircraft Vladimir Raikhlin, funded by the Russian holding company Finam.

    Deputy Defense Minister Yury Borisov in March 2017 reported that the Russian Defense Ministry plans in 2017 to conclude with the Irkutsk Aviation Plant a contract for the delivery of the first three Yak-152 training aircraft. Earlier, Yuri Borisov in September 2015, said that the Ministry of Defense plans to purchase 150 aircraft of this type. In June 2015, Deputy Director of the Department of Aviation - Head of the Department of Flight Operations DOSAAF Andrei Lebedev said that DOSAAF intends to purchase 105 aircraft by 2020.

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    Post  George1 on Wed Jul 26, 2017 7:57 am

    In 2017, five more Yak-152 aircraft will be built

    As the agency "INTERFAX-AVN" reported on July 25, 2017, five Yak-152 training aircraft will be built in 2017 by the Irkut corporation, next year plans for the production of about 10 cars of this type are planned. This was reported to Interfax-AVN on Tuesday in the aircraft building industry.

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    "By the end of this year, it is planned to build the first batch of three Yak-152 in Irkutsk for their subsequent delivery to the Air Force Aerospace Force (VCS) of Russia. In addition, two more aircraft must be built to intensify the flight tests. End of the year Irkutsk will release five cars, "- said the source.

    According to him, "in 2018 the Irkutsk aircraft plant (branch of PJSC" Corporation "Irkut") can produce more than ten Yak-152. "

    Speaking about export potential of TCB Yak-152, the interlocutor of the agency noted that, in particular, "Kazakhstan and Belarus favored the purchase of cars of this type for their flying schools."

    "The aircraft has not yet been adopted for military service, but after that the demand for the Yak-152 on the world market is expected to be high," he believes.

    On the bmpd side, we recall that the Yak-152 was developed by OKB im. A.S. Yakovlev, part of the PJSC Irkut Corporation, within the framework of the Bird-Air Force, launched in 2014. Construction of two samples for flight testing (serial numbers 0001 and 0002), one for static testing (serial number 0003), and one for resource tests (serial number 0004) was carried out at the Irkutsk Aviation Plant, a branch of PJSC Irkut Corporation. The first flight prototype of the Yak-152 aircraft (serial number 0001, onboard number "01" / "201") made its first flight to Irkutsk on September 29, 2016, the second flight sample (serial number 0002, on-board number "02") was demonstrated on MAKS-2017 airshow, and is expected to begin flight tests in the near future.

    The Yak-152 aircraft for the Ministry of Defense of Russia are equipped with the 12-cylinder V-shaped diesel engine RED A03T V12 (takeoff power of 500 hp) nominally to the German company RED Aircraft Vladimir Raikhlin, financed by the Russian holding company Finam.
    Deputy Defense Minister Yury Borisov in March 2017 reported that the Russian Defense Ministry plans in 2017 to conclude with the Irkutsk Aviation Plant a contract for the delivery of the first three serial Yak-152 aircraft.

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    Post  George1 on Thu Aug 24, 2017 2:47 am

    Russia to complete trials of Yak-152 basic trainer in 2017

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    Post  George1 on Mon Jan 22, 2018 11:21 pm

    New Russian training aircraft - foreign view

    In the magazine "Air International" for October 2017 was published an article "Russia's new primary trainer", our blog leads her translation.

    The Yak-152 is a new training aircraft for the Russian Air Force. Two Yak-152s were shown at the MAKS-2017 airshow - a plane with a number "01", painted gray, took part in the flight program, and the aircraft numbered "02", in a red-white-yellow coloring was shown at a static display and did not go into the air until the end of the cabin. A few more aircraft are in production. In accordance with the contract of the Russian Air Force for conducting research and development on the subject "Bird-Air", the Irkutsk Aviation Plant will produce two Yak-152 prototype for flight tests and two for fatigue and static tests. In September 2015, Deputy Defense Minister Yury Borisov announced that the VKS intend to purchase 150 Yak-152, developed in the Yakovlev Design Bureau for initial training of pilots. Production of aircraft will be carried out by the Irkutsk Aviation Plant, and he and Yakovlev Design Bureau are members of Irkut Corporation.

    Chief Designer Yakovlev Dmitry Drach is satisfied with the plane, he said, "for the first time in 30 years we developed a plane for general aviation." The first Yak-152 with the onboard number "01" took off on September 29, 2016. At MAKS-2017 Drach announced that the Yak-152 will begin state tests in the fall of 2017.

    Yakovlev Design Bureau has developed the Yak-152 with a simple and sturdy glider, as well as a small number of elements, including the engine bonnet, the cock screw and the wingtip, made of composite materials. During the strength tests, the glider sustained a load of 13.5g, which equals the operational overload of 9g (with a coefficient of 1.5). The wing has a modern profile and creates a significant lift and prevents entry into the tailspin. Compared with the Yak-52 development of 1974, which is still used for training pilots, the Yak-152 has much more power. As a result, Drach reported that the climb rate of the aircraft reached 12-13 m / s, and the speed rose from 280 to 380 km / h.
    The chassis is created by Aviaagregat JSC and uses sturdy chassis and low-pressure tires. The cadet (in the front seat) and the instructor sit one after the other under a single lantern in the catapulted seats Star SKS-94M2-152.

    Next to the Yak-152 was the A03T V12 engine, which was produced by RED Aircraft GmbH (Adenau, Germany), founded by emigrant from Russia Vladimir Reichlin.

    In Russia, the engines are assembled and serviced by Russo-Balt, co-owned by Raykhlin. The diesel six-cylinder A03T has European, Russian and American certificates. Its takeoff power reaches 500 hp, it rotates the three-blade propeller MTV-9-E-S. According to Drach, the engine has already been finalized for flights with negative overloads.

    The screw Yak-152 and jet Yak-130 are part of the overall training system. To ensure a smooth transition from one aircraft to another, VKS Russia ordered Yak-152 cab equipment similar to the Yak-130.

    Yak-152 for the civil market will be equipped with simplified equipment of the pilot's cabin without a military navigation system, a system of recognition and communication.

    Another applicant

    Advertised by its manufacturer as a candidate for the role of training aircraft for the Russian Air Force, with the inscription "Air Force of Russia" on the keel, the SR-10 jet aircraft took part in the MAKS-2017 flight program. The CP-10 was developed by the private Russian SAT CC since 2007. The first flight took place on December 25, 2015, and it is being tested from the Kubinka airfield.

    Its difference is the moderate (10 °) reverse sweep of the wing. The glider is made of composite materials. The prototype CP-10 is equipped with an AI-25TL engine with a thrust of 16.87 kN, borrowed from the training and combat aircraft L-39S. Serial aircraft will be equipped with engines of similar traction, for example, AL-55, SM-100 or RD-2500.

    In 2014, the project SR-10 was transferred to the Ministry of Defense of Russia as a participant in the tender for a new training aircraft for the initial and main stages of training. Despite the failure, the SAT KB still offers a Russian military aircraft as a transitional aircraft in the niche between the Yak-152 and the Yak-130. However, the order of Russia's military aircraft on the CP-10 seems unlikely, since there is no need to introduce a new type of aircraft between the Yak-152 and the Yak-130. And private owners who like the unusual and attractive outer fork of the CP-10, can give him a chance to receive orders.

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    Post  George1 on Fri Oct 05, 2018 9:44 pm

    Source: Russian Air Force Buys 230 Prop-Driven Trainer Airplanes

    The Russian Defense Ministry is going to procure 230 propeller-driven training airplanes for military pilot cadets, an informed insider from aircraft industry told Mil.Press Today.

    "The military agency is about to buy 230 propeller planes for primary training of pilots. It is not specified what exactly planes are in question though. Defense minister Sergey Shoigu has signed the corresponding document", explained the source in the interview to Mil.Press Today.

    According to the interviewee, this issue will be clarified after completion of state trials of Yak-152, and the only competitor for the contract will be Austrian plane Diamond DART-550.

    Honored pilot of Russia, General Alexander Akhlyustin believes Yak-152 has more chances to win the tender. "It is just the kind of plane (Yak-152 – editor’s remark) that pilots need for basic training. Without extra frills, the main thing is that cadets develop tactile perception of airplane control, can rapidly make decisions as of speed, altitude and flight course", he said.

    In May 2018, press service of Ural Works of Civil Aviation (UWCA) told Mil.Press Today that the company would not deliver Diamond DA42Т airplanes to the Russian Airspace Force.
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    The primary trainer airplane Yak-152 performed the maiden flight on September 29, 2016. In spring 2018 it was reported about localization of the aircraft engine. Production of the German powerplant RED-A03T was delegated to a company named Russo-Balt. Earlier, Mil.Press Today reported that Yak-152 was tested in critical flight conditions.

    After training course on Yak-152, pilots will continue practice on Yak-130. Thanks to similar avionics, cockpit ergonomics and indication, the perspective airplane integrates into the two-stage pilot training system, following with the more sophisticated operational trainer Yak-130.

    Turboprop airplanes Diamond DART-550 are designed by Austrian Diamond Aircraft Industries for basic training in flight schools. The key difference of DART-550 from the previously built two flight prototypes DART-450 is the turboprop engine General Electric GE H75-100. Max takeoff weight of DART-550 is 2,400 kg, max speed near ground is 460 kph, max endurance is 8 hours.

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    Post  Hole on Fri Oct 05, 2018 10:03 pm

    Hm, let´s guess who will win, the austrian plane with american engines or the russian plane with russian engines? russia
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    Post  George1 on Thu May 30, 2019 2:28 pm

    Built another prototype Yak-152

    As reported on May 27, 2019, the Mil.Press Military web site, the Irkutsk Aviation Plant (part of the Irkut Corporation PJSC) manufactured the fifth prototype of the Yak-152 training aircraft, the Design Bureau Yakovlev told to Mil.Press. According to him, the sixth plane is under construction now.

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    The first two flight prototypes of the Yak-152 training aircraft are aircraft with serial numbers 1520001 (tail number "01 white" / "201", gray, right) and 1520002 (tail number "02 white", red, left) . Zhukovsky, January 2019 (c) Sergey Dorokhov / russianplanes.net (link)


    The first two of them already rose into the air. They completed a total of 145 flights, the source added.

    According to information published in the annual report for 2018, the first prototype (№1520001) performed 68 test flights.

    "We carried out including flights according to the preliminary program (factory tests), the program for evaluating the performance of the power plant when performing pilotage figures with near-zero and negative overloads and the flight test program to determine the patterns of loading of the main aircraft power structures," said Yak -152 - Yakovlev Design Bureau.

    Aircraft No. 1520003 last year completed static tests at the Central Aero-Hydrodynamic Institute named after Professor N.Ye. Zhukovsky and August 10, 2018 received a conclusion on the static strength of the structure.

    Experts of the Yakovlev Design Bureau also corrected the design documentation (KD) for the completion of the first and second Yak-152 for flight tests, conducted design support in the manufacture of the aircraft No. 1520005 for flight tests, and also corrected the CD for the experienced board No. 1520007 for carrying out life tests.

    In 2017, the first prototype of the Yak-152 performed 51 test flights, according to the annual report for that period.

    As the chief designer of the OKB Yakovlev Dmitry Drach told the publication, the Yak-152 will be shown on the Army 2019 forum.

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    The primary training aircraft of the Yak-152 pilots first flew on September 29, 2016. In the spring of 2018 it became aware of the localization of the engine of the machine. Production of the German power plant RED-A03T took the company "Russo-Balt". Earlier, Mil.Press Military reported that the Yak-152 was tested in critical flight modes.

    The pilots who have undergone initial training on the Yak-152 will be able to continue training on the Yak-130. Due to the similarity of the onboard radio-electronic equipment, cockpit ergonomics and indications, the prospective aircraft is built into the two-stage system of training of flight personnel with continued training on a more serious combat training "hundred thirty".

    Production of the Yak-152 is organized at the Irkutsk aircraft factory - a branch of the corporation "Irkut".


    From the side of bmpd, we recall that the Yak-152 training aircraft was developed by OAO OKB Yakovlev”, which is a part of PJSC“ Irkut Corporation ”, in the framework of the ROC“ Ptichka-VVS ”begun in 2014. Construction of two samples for flight tests (serial numbers 1520001 and 1520002), one for static tests (serial number 1520003), and one for life tests (serial number 1520004) was carried out at the Irkutsk Aviation Plant, a branch of PJSC Irkut Corporation. The first flight prototype of the Yak-152 (serial number 1520001, on-board number "01" / "201") made its first flight in Irkutsk on September 29, 2016, the second flight model (serial number 1520002, on-board number "02") was demonstrated at air show MAKS-2017, and began flight tests in 2018. Now both of the first flight prototypes are in Zhukovsky.

    It was stated that for the intensification of flight tests two more prototype Yak-152 aircraft should be built. It can be assumed that, in fact, in the message of Mil.Press Military, it is about the first of these two aircraft (serial number 1520005), which is the third Yak-152 flight, and thus, the figure “five” of the Yak-152 also includes two the above non-flying prototype (serial numbers 1520003 and 1520004).

    The Yak-152 aircraft are equipped with a 12-cylinder aviation V-shaped diesel engine RED A03T V12 (take-off power 500 hp) nominally German company RED Aircraft Vladimir Raykhlin, funded by the Russian holding company Finam. In Russia, engines are assembled and serviced by Russo-Balt, the co-owner of which is Reichlin.

    The then Deputy Minister of Defense of Russia, Yuri Borisov, in March 2017 announced that the Russian Ministry of Defense planned to conclude a contract with the Irkutsk Aviation Plant for the supply of the first three production aircraft Yak-152.

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