According to a colleague vonsolovey, on December 20th 2016, from Irkutsk to Armavir flew three combat training aircraft Yak-130, built by the Irkutsk aviation plant (IAP) PJSC "Corporation" Irkut "and sent to VKS Russia - planes with the red hull numbers "47" (serial number 1315), "48" (serial number 1316) and "49" (serial number 1317). Planes departed with a stopover in Novosibirsk (Tolmachevo), Chelyabinsk (Shagol) and Borisoglebsk, and should arrive in the 200th training air base in Armavir (Krasnodar region), which provides training to Krasnodar higher military aviation school (KVVAUL) the name of AK Serov.
These are the last three of Yak-130 (eighth, ninth and tenth), built under the program in 2016 as part of the last contract for the supply of VKS Russia, before the end of 2018, with 30 Yak-130, signed by the Ministry of Defense of Russia and PAO "Corporation Irkut" inApril 2016. Previously, on October 22, 2016 VKS Russia got the first four Yak-130, made under the contract - planes with the red hull numbers "40" (serial number 1308), "41" (serial number 1309), "42" (serial number 1310) and "43" (serial number 1311), and November 26, 2016 from Irkutsk flew three combat training aircraft Yak-130 with red hull numbers "44" (serial number 1312), "45" (serial No. 1313) and "46" (serial number 1314). All these machines are also made flight of the 200th air base training in Armavir.
With the transfer to VKS Russia of these three Yak-130 emitted in Armavir on December 20th, the total number of production vehicles of this type are set by the Ministry of Defence of Russia has reached 89 units - 12 of them the first two series were built by JSC "Nizhny Novgorod Aircraft Plant" Sokol " and even 77 at the Irkutsk aviation plant. Currently, as part of 209th training air base in Borisoglebsk are 42 Yak-130 aircraft (including eight virtually unexploited Nizhny Novgorod construction machinery), and as part of the 200th training air base in Armavir considering of airplanes emitted to December 20, the number of Yak-130 reaches 40 (previously received from November 2014 to January 2016 30 aircraft have red hull numbers from "51" to "80"). Training flights of cadets at the Yak-130 aircraft Armavir were launched in May 2016.