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Sukhoi Su-57 Fighter Jet in Action

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Sukhoi Su-57 fighter jet in action, take off, flight, landing. Russian Air Force Sukhoi Su-57 is a single-seat, twin-engine stealth multirole fighter developed by Sukhoi for the Russian Aerospace Forces, the Su-57 is the first fighter in Russian military service to feature stealth technology. The multirole fighter is designed to have supercruise, supermaneuverability, stealth, and integrated avionics to overcome the previous generations fighter aircraft as well as ground and naval defences. The Su-57 is intended to succeed the MiG-29 and Su-27 in the Russian Air Force. [Featured Videos] F-22 Raptor Fighter Jet in Action 🤍 French Air Force Rafale and U.S. Air Force F-15 Fighter Jet Take Off 🤍 Sukhoi Su-34 Fullback Supersonic Fighter-Bomber (Сухой Су-34) 🤍 Powerful F-15C Eagle and F-35 Lightning II Fighter Jet Take Off (US Air Force / Italian Air Force) 🤍 Incredible Female Pilot Flying Fighter Jet 🤍 Russian military ukraine russian forces russia nato soldiers fighter jets ukrainian

🔴 SUKHOI/HAL FGFA Fighter Jet EXPLAINED 5th Generation Stealth Fighter before 2025 Su-50MKI PAK-T50

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The Sukhoi/HAL Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft (FGFA) or Perspective Multi-role Fighter (PMF) is a fifth-generation fighter being developed by India and Russia. It is a derivative project of the Russian PAK FA (T-50 is the prototype) being developed for the Russian Air Force. FGFA was the earlier designation for the Indian version, while the combined project is now called the Perspective Multi-Role Fighter (PMF). This is a slideshow video of the future Indian stealth fighter called FGFA (Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft) aka Su-50MKI, jointly developed by Sukhoi Aviation Corporation and Hindustan Aeronautics Limited. It is basically an Indian customized variant of the upcoming Su-50 PAK FA Fifth Generation Fighter before 2025 #SukhoiHALFGFA #IndianAirforce #FalconHawkMediaGroup Share the video to spread the word!

Why India Cancelled FGFA Deal With Russia? India-Russia FGFA Deal - Explained (Hindi)

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Here is a video about India-Russia FGFA Deal & Why India Is Not Interested In Russian Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft (FGFA) & Cancelled The FGFA Deal With Russia? The Sukhoi/HAL Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft (FGFA) or Perspective Multi-role Fighter (PMF) was a fifth-generation fighter aircraft planned for India and Russia. It was a derivative project of the Russian Sukhoi Su-57 for the Russian Air Force. The FGFA was the earlier designation for the Indian version, while the combined project is called the Perspective Multi-Role Fighter (PMF). The completed FGFA was to include a total of 43 improvements over the Su-57, including stealth, supercruise, advanced sensors, networking and combat avionics. The Indian version would have been a two-seater with pilot and co-pilot/weapon systems operator (WSO). India withdrew from the FGFA programme in 2018, but also hinted that the project could be resumed at a later date, when the Su-57 is fully operational in the Russian Air Force first. The Indian Air Force (IAF) has reportedly withdrawn from one of the most ambitious and controversial joint Indo-Russian defense programs to date: the co-development and production of the Sukhoi/HAL Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft (FGFA), also known in India as the Perspective Multi-role Fighter (PMF). ⭐ SUBSCRIBE New Channel 'Defence Insight': 🤍 ⭐For More Defence News & Updates, Visit ► 🤍 Hello Defence Lovers, #DefenceGyaanSeries ke is episode No. 189 mai humne apko India-Russia FGFA Deal ke baare mai bataya hai, Hume Umeed hai ki apko yeh episode pasand ayega. We have compiled data from the Internet to find out Why India Cancelled FGFA Deal With Russia? Join us as we take a closer look at all about India-Russia FGFA Deal In Detail. 🔴 Recommended Playlist - Biography Series : 🤍 🔴 Recommended Playlist - Defence Talks Series : 🤍 🔴 Recommended Playlist - Defence Updates Series : 🤍 🔴 Recommended Playlist - Defence Gyaan Series : 🤍 🔴 Recommended Playlist - Top 10 Series : 🤍 ▶Also Watch, HAL AMCA - All Updates About India's Advanced Medium Combat Aircraft | AMCA Current Status : 🤍 ▶Also Watch, How 90kN-Kaveri & 125kN-Kaveri Engine Projects Will Be Game Changer For India? : 🤍 ⭐SUBSCRIBE: 🤍 ⭐ SOCIAL: →Instagram ► 🤍 →Facebook ► 🤍 →Twitter ► 🤍 →Website ► 🤍 →Facebook ► 🤍 →Instagram ► 🤍 About : Defence Squad is a No. 1 Indian Defence YouTube Channel where you will find videos related to the Great Indian Defence - Indian Army, Indian Navy & Indian Air Force and other related updates In Hindi.

First flight of IAF's FGFA in Russia proudly watch it

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India and Russia have crossed the first milestone towards the development of the fifth generation fighter aircraft (FGFA), completing the preliminary design of the plane. "The preliminary design contract (PDC) for the Russian-Indian fifth generation aircraft has been executed," Russia's Sukhoi aircraft company announced on Wednesday. The Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) signed the $295-million PDC contract in December 2010 with the Sukhoi company, which is responsible in Russia for developing the PAK-FA (perspective aviation complex-frontline aircraft), as the FGFA is called in Russia. "The aircraft design has been fully developed," Sukhoi said in a press release. "Both parties have agreed upon on the amount and division of work during the research and development (R&D) stage. A contract for the R&D is being prepared. It is to be signed this year." Under the PDC contract Sukhoi has also trained Indian engineers and provided HAL with the data and software needed to create a single working environment. A team of HAL engineers and IAF experts has been working at Sukhoi's design bureau in Moscow, while Russian engineers have been assigned to HAL. Four T-50 aircraft, the Russian prototype of the fifth generation fighter, have already performed more than 200 test flights since January 2010. The customised FGFA version will have "some differences" from the Russian prototype to meet "specific requirements of the Indian Air Force," the Sukhoi announcement said. Russian experts said the FGFA will differ in "mission hardware and software," as well as weapons. India has dropped its initial plan to redesign the single-seat T-50 into a twin-seat version. Air Chief Marshal N.A.K. Browne told reporters at Aero India-2013 that India is to receive from Russia the first prototype of the fifth-generation fighter in 2014, followed by two more in 2017 and 2018. The FGFA is expected to go into series production by 2022. This is India's biggest-ever defence project and its largest defence deal with Russia. It is expected to cost India more than $30 billion. However, last year India scaled down its original plan to acquire 214 planes by one-third, to 144 aircraft, citing time and cost factors. Russia plans to induct 60 planes at an estimated price tag of $100 million per aircraft. Keywords: Russia, Sukhoi, Fighter aircraft, Fifth generation fighter, Prototype

10 Fastest 5th Generation Jet Fighters | Estimated Speed of 5th Generation Aircraft in 2020

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A fifth-generation jet fighter is a jet fighter classification used around the world that encompasses the fighter technologies developed during the first part of the 21st century. As of 2020, these are the most advanced aircraft. The exact characteristics of fifth-generation jet fighters are controversial and vague, with Lockheed Martin defining them as having all-aspect stealth even when armed, low-probability-of-intercept radar (LPIR), high-performance airframes, advanced avionics features, and highly integrated computer systems capable of networking with other elements within the battlespace for situation awareness. As of December 2018, the only combat-ready fifth-generation fighters are the Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor, which entered service with the United States Air Force in 2005; the Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II, which entered service in 2015; and the Chengdu J-20, which entered service with the People's Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF) in September 2017. The Shenyang FC-31 had flight testing of the 3.0 revised version in 2017. The HAL AMCA, Mitsubishi X-2 Shinshin, TAI TF-X, IAIO Qaher-313, and Pakistani Project Azm MALE UAV are in the early stages of development. The Sukhoi Su-57 is slated for delivery to the Russian Air Force in 2020. ► More Military videos on ‘THE BUZZ’: 🤍 In Case we miss out credits email us: Email: thebuzz938🤍gmail.com

Russian incredible 5th gen. fighter Su-57 defies gravity. My #shorts. It kills F35 and F22 @Aviahub

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Subscribe on my Telegram channel - Подписывайтесь на мой канал в Телеграм - 🤍 Full video - 🤍 Military test pilot Sergei Bogdan, colonel of the Russian Air Force, shows what the modern Russian heavy fighter Su-57 bomber, formerly known as the T-50, is capable of. The video was filmed in July 2021, at the Zhukovsky airfield, in the Moscow region #shorts #su57 #RusAF

How Russia Betrayed India In FGFA Sukhoi 57 Deal ?

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How Russia Betrayed India In FGFA Sukhoi 57 Deal? After nearly four years after India walked out of the joint venture to develop Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft (FGFA) based on the Russian Su-57 fighter jet, the AMCA program Chief for the first time has confirmed that the major bone of contention was that the Russians had refused to provide India the computer source code that could have allowed India to carry out upgrades to the aircraft with local technology without any Russian assistance. AMCA program Chief claims in an interview with ” The week” that lengthy negotiation with the Russians on the terms of the joint venture also delayed India’s AMCA program since IAF was busy framing its air staff requirements for the FGFA program. ADA claims that Su-57 was also found to be lacking in stealth characters and it seemed that the Sukhoi bureau focused more on maneuverability than on stealth, by failing to achieve the perfect balance that is required in the 5th gen program. India was impressed by the Joint venture on the development of PJ-10 aka BrahMos was expecting FGFA to be developed in similar manners that could have seen workshare for HAL to be around 25% since the majority of the investment was supposed to come from India, their was believe that India will also get most of the Transfer of Technology for the program. Russian deception started soon after when HAL workshare was reduced considerably and later initial project estimates ballooned as Russia tried to apply the same tricks that it did in the development of the Su-30MKI program where India bore the majority of the investment in the program and rich dividends came to Russia as most of the technological development that Russia had claimed was not even developed. Russian plans were simple, India will invest in the program and also buy the product and Russia was selling variants of the jets to other countries without paying any royalties to India, thus completing a half-baked product that Russia wanted to become mature using Indian money. India got a sniff of deception at play by the Sukhoi Bureo when Indian pilots were not even allowed to evaluate them, It was strange because, in the soviet-era, Indian pilots got access to top-secret fighter jet programs of that era like Mig-29, Mig-23, Su-25, and Su-27 even before the world knew this programs existed. IAF was given limited access to the PAK-FA Prototype and in one demo flight that was allowed to be witnessed by the IAF team ended in the Prototype being caught in a fire sustaining major damages to the aircraft just after landing at Zhukovsky airbase near Moscow in 2014 and Russians even refused to provide a briefing about the cause of the accident. The second line of deception came when FGFA’s customization cost was going out of budget. It was estimated that India could require to procure close to 140-160 jets just to make the program viable to be made in India, plus ToT and other costs when added could have made these jets over $140 million per unit that could have eaten up the whole budget of the MMRCA tender and could have also meant the death of India’s AMCA program. IAF later noticed reluctance from its other main operator that was Russian air force in adopting these jets in its service, it is reported that IAF used its connections to get access to internal documents of the Russian air force to know what it was not onboard its own 5th gen program only to be confirmed that cost and other technical deficiency meant even they were not keen on these jets them selfs that could have made IAF largest operator of this jets which meant it had to bear additional costs to fix any teething issues that are always noticed in newer jets that are not inducted by its OEM air force. After India walked out of the program, no country joined the program and the jets is yet to enter mass-scale production, the Russian air force had ordered an evaluation squadron and later placed orders for 75 jets under pressure but it is not good enough for the Russian Federation since it means it will never recover the cost of its investment with such small orders and it has also failed to find an export customer for the jet. indian 6th generation fighter aircraft sukhoi su-57 india sukhoi su-57 india deal su-57 india latest news fgfa india hal fgfa fgfa department pak fa india

Sukhoi Su-57 ⚔️ Russian Multirole FIFTH Generation Jet Fighter [Review]

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The Su-57 is intended to succeed the MiG-29 and Su-27 in the Russian Air Force. Subscribe Now - ⚔️ 🤍 ⚔️ The #Sukhoi Su-57 is the designation for a stealth, single-seat, twin-engine multirole fifth-generation #Jet fighter being developed for air superiority and attack operations. The aircraft is the product of the PAK FA, a fifth-generation fighter programme of the Russian Air Force. The fighter is designed to have supercruise, supermaneuverability, stealth, and advanced avionics to overcome the prior generation fighter aircraft as well as ground and naval defences. Role: Stealth air superiority fighter National origin: Russia Manufacturer: Sukhoi First flight: 29 January 2010 Introduction: 2019 (planned) Status: Final flight testing Primary users: Russian Air Force Russian Navy Produced: 2009–present Number built: 10 flyable prototypes Program cost: US$8–10 billion (est.) Unit cost T-50: US$50 million Variants: Sukhoi/HAL FGFA ⚔️ General Characteristics ⚔️ Crew: 1 Length: 19.8 m (65 ft) Wingspan: 13.95 m (45 ft 10 in) Height: 4.74 m (15 ft 7 in) Wing area: 78.8 m² (848.1 ft²) Empty weight: 18,000 kg (39,680 lb) Loaded weight: 5,000 kg (55,115 lb) typical mission weight, 29,270 kg (64,530 lb) at full load Max. takeoff weight: 35,000 kg (77,160 lb) Fuel capacity: 10,300 kg (22,700 lb) Powerplant: 2 × Saturn AL-41F1 for initial production, izdeliye 30 for later production turbofans Dry thrust: 93.1 kN / 107 kN (21,000 lbf / 24,054 lbf) each Thrust with afterburner: 147 kN / 176 kN (33,067 lbf / 39,566 lbf) each ⚔️ Performance ⚔️ Maximum speed: At altitude: Mach 2 Supercruise: Mach 1.6 Range: 3,500 km (2,175 mi; 1,890 nmi) subsonic 1,500 km (930 mi; 810 nmi) supersonic, 3600 km (max), 4500 km from 2 outboard fuel tank Service ceiling: 20,000 m (65,000 ft) Wing loading: 317–444 kg/m² (65–91 lb/ft²) Thrust/weight: AL-41F1: 1.02 (1.19 at typical mission weight) izdeliye 30: 1.16 (1.36 at typical mission weight) Maximum g-load: +9 g ⚔️ ARMAMENT ⚔️ Guns: 1 × 30 mm Gryazev-Shipunov GSh-30-1 autocannon in right LEVCON root Hardpoints: 12 hardpoints (6 × internal, 6 × external) / hardpoints= 16 hardpoints (8 × internal (4200 kg), 8 × external) and provisions to carry combinations of: Missiles: Air-to-air missiles: 4 × RVV-MD 2 × R-73 R-37m 300 km for 6M speed, rang more 300. Air-to-surface missiles: 4 × Kh-38ME Anti-ship missiles: 2 × Kh-35E, 31 etс. Anti-radiation missiles: 4 × Kh-58UShKE 250, 500, 1500kg Guided bomb X-59MK2 285 km X-58UHK anti-tank "Drill" 30 km, 500 kg claster-bomb + active homing We are sure, that all the fans of #MilitaryWeapons will find here something related to their interests. ⚔️ 🤍 ⚔️ Remember that these are not toys :) Our Social Media: Facebook - 🤍 Taringa - 🤍 Fighter Jets || Military Weapons 🤍 Music Info: Skyfall 1 - Johannes Bornlöf

HAL/Sukhoi FGFA VS HAL AMCA कौन सा सबसे अच्छा है

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HAL/Sukhoi FGFA VS HAL AMCA कौन सा सबसे अच्छा है AMCA: 🤍 FGFA: 🤍 Sukhoi/HAL FGFA The Sukhoi/HAL Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft (FGFA) or Perspective Multi-role Fighter (PMF) was a fifth-generation fighter aircraft planned for India and Russia. It was a derivative project of the Russian Sukhoi Su-57 for the Russian Air Force. The FGFA was the earlier designation for the Indian version, while the combined project is called the Perspective Multi-Role Fighter (PMF). The completed FGFA was to include a total of 43 improvements over the Su-57, including stealth, supercruise, advanced sensors, networking and combat avionics. The Indian version would have been a two-seater with pilot and co-pilot or weapon systems operator (WSO). Reports indicated that India withdrew from the FGFA programme in 2018, but also hinted that the project could be resumed at a later date, when the Su-57 is fully operational in the Russian Air Force first. However in August 2018, United Aircraft Corporation Chairman Yuri Slyusar claimed that the FGFA program was not cancelled and India was still working with Russia and sending questions to Sukhoi about the future aircraft. HAL AMCA The HAL Advanced Medium Combat Aircraft (AMCA) is an Indian programme to develop a fifth-generation fighter aircraft. It is being developed by an aerospace industry team which consists of the Aeronautical Development Agency (ADA) as the design firm with manufacturing carried out by Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) as the primary contractor and main assembly firm. It is a single-seat, twin-engine, stealth all weather multirole fighter aircraft. Feasibility study on AMCA and the preliminary design stage have been completed. The project awaits approval to begin design and development stage. In mid 2018, it was reported first flight of a full scale prototype is scheduled to occur in 2032. The most recent CAD model of aircraft appeared in Aero India 2019. A total of four prototypes are planned initially and first flight was reported to be likely before 2025. However, production will start only after design of Tejas Mark II is frozen. It is a multirole combat aircraft designed for air superiority, ground attack, bombing, intercepting, strike and other types of roles. It combines supercruise, stealth, advanced AESA radar, supermaneuverability and advanced avionics to overcome and suppress previous generation fighter aircraft along with many ground and maritime defences. It will complement HAL Tejas, the Su-30MKI, and Rafale in the air force service and HAL Naval Tejas and Mikoyan MiG-29K in the naval service. The AMCA is intended to be the successor to the SEPECAT Jaguar, Dassault Mirage 2000 and Mikoyan MiG-27 in the Indian Air Force. The aircraft, along with its naval variants, is intended to provide the bulk of the manned tactical airpower of the Indian Air Force and Navy over the coming decades. AMCA would be the third supersonic jet of Indian origin after the HAL Marut and HAL Tejas.

Boeing-Saab T-7 vs Sukhoi/HAL FGFA Fighter/Attack Aircraft comparison | USA vs India Boing vs Su 57

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#AirForce #Fighter #usindia #boeing #su57 Comparison of technical and military parameters of the United States fighter plane and the India Fighter.Attack Air Force Military Power Air Force ,military power of countries in playlists: ꟷ 🇺🇸 United States 👉 🤍 ꟷ 🇮🇳 India 👉 🤍

Sukhoi-57 (5th Gen FGFA ) In Action Showing Speed and Tricks |RSS - World Is United |

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Sukhoi PAK FA or FGFA

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This video is about Sukhoi PAK FA/ FGFA. This is fifth generation fighter aircraft developed by Russia and India. Its technology and features.

5th Generation Fighter Aircraft Sukhoi PAK-FA HAL FGFA 3-D Animation and Visualisation

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SUKHOI/HAL FGFA FIGHTER JET EXPLAINED

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FOLLOW ME ON MY PERSONAL INSTAGRAM ACCOUNT 🤍mantejsinghaulakh 🤍 ~ SUKHOI/HAL FGFA FIGHTER JET EXPLAINED The Sukhoi/HAL Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft (FGFA) or Perspective Multi-role Fighter (PMF) is a fifth-generation fighter being developed by India and Russia. It is a derivative project of the Russian PAK FA (T-50 is the prototype) being developed for the Russian Air Force. FGFA was the earlier designation for the Indian version, while the combined project is now called the Perspective Multi-Role Fighter (PMF). The completed FGFA will include a total of 43 improvements over the T-50, including stealth, supercruise, advanced sensors, networking and combat avionics.Two separate prototypes will be developed, one by Russia and a separate one by India. The Indian version will be a two-seater for pilot and co-pilot/weapon systems operator (WSO). Specifications (PAK FA and FGFA - projected) Most of these figures are for the Sukhoi T-50 prototype and not the finished HAL FGFA. General characteristics Crew: 2[38] Length: 19.8 m (65.0 ft) Wingspan: 13.95 m (45.8 ft) Height: 4.74 m (15.6 ft) Wing area: 78.8 m2 (848.1 ft2) Empty weight: 18,000 kg (39,680 lb) Loaded weight: 25,000 kg (55,115 lb) typical mission weight, 29,270 kg (64,530 lb) at full load Max. takeoff weight: 35,000 kg (77,160 lb) Fuel capacity: 10,300 kg (22,700 lb)[54] Powerplant: 2 × NPO Saturn izdeliye 117 (AL-41F1) for initial production, izdeliye 30 for later production[55] thrust vectoring turbofan Dry thrust: 93.1 kN / 110 kN (21,000 lbf / 24,300 lbf) each Thrust with afterburner: 147 kN / 176 kN (33,067 lbf / 39,600 lbf) each Performance Maximum speed: At altitude: Mach 2.3 (2,440 km/h, 1,520 mph) Supercruise: Mach 1.6 (1,700 km/h, 1,060 mph) Range: 3,500 km (2,175 mi) subsonic 1,500 km (930 mi) supersonic Ferry range: 5,500 km (3,420 mi) with one in-flight refueling[56] Service ceiling: 20,000 m (65,000 ft) Wing loading: 317–444 kg/m2 (65–91 lb/ft2) Thrust/weight: Saturn 117: 1.02 (1.19 at typical mission weight) izdeliye 30: 1.23 (1.41 at typical mission weight) Maximum g-load: +9.0 g Armament Guns: 1 × 30 mm internal cannon Hardpoints: 6 internal, 6 on wings Avionics Sh121 multi-functional integrated radio electronic system (MIRES) N079 AESA radar L402 Himalayas ECM suite built by KNIRTI institute 101KS Atoll electro-optical suite 101KS-O: Laser-based counter-measures against infrared missiles 101KS-V: IRST for airborne targets 101KS-U: Ultraviolet warning sensors 101KS-N: Targeting pod

Best video of Sukhoi T-50 PAK-FA/FGFA prototype first flight

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Official Sukhoi video of the Jan. 29, 2010 first flight of the T-50 prototype of the Russian air force's PAK-FA fifth-generation fighter, from Komsomolsk-on-Amur. The stealth fighter - nicknamed by some as the "Flaptor" -shows similarities with both the Lockheed Martin F-22 and the Northrop Grumman/McDonnell Douglas YF-23. Note the four weapons bays under the fuselage, the fairings inder the inboard wing sections, the moveable wing leading-edge root extensions, the small canted all-moving fins and the round engine nozzles.

SUKHOI FGFA India's Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft TEASER

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Read More - The Sukhoi/HAL Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft (FGFA) or Perspective Multi-role Fighter (PMF) is a . HAL FGFA Indian & Russian negotiators agree on 5th Gen fighter jet FGFA development India, Why India needs to fast track the . India, Russia 5th Generation Fighter Jet Deal is 'Lost' India and Russia have hit another hurdle in moving forward with one of their most prestigious joint defense . This video shows you that India's AMCA 5th Gen Stealth Fighter Project Could Be Completed In 2019. Indian amca project The HAL Advanced Medium Combat .

Sukhoi T-50 PAK-FA/FGFA official Maiden flight

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The current prototype is Sukhoi's T-50/PAK FA when fully developed is intended to replace the MiG-29 Fulcrum and Su-27 Flanker in the Russian inventory and serve as the basis of the Sukhoi/HAL FGFA project being developed with India. A fifth generation jet fighter, it is designed to directly compete with the American F-22 Raptor and F-35 Lightning II. The T-50 performed its first flight January 29, 2010. India technologically contributes 25% and financially contributes 50% to the Sukhoi T-50/PAKFA program also known as FGFA program in India Video Courtesy = RT

The Sukhoi/HAL Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft (

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The Sukhoi/HAL Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft (FGFA) or Perspective Multi-role Fighter (PMF) is a fifth-generation fighterbeing developed by India and Russia. It is a derivative project from the PAK FA (T-50 is the prototype) being developed for the Indian Air Force. FGFA was the earlier designation for the Indian version, while the combined project is now called the Perspective Multi-Role Fighter (PMF)

India Russia FGFA Project शुरू होने से पहले ही खत्म हो गया था

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The Sukhoi/HAL Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft (FGFA) was a fifth-generation fighter concept, based on the Russian Sukhoi Su-57, that was being developed jointly by Sukhoi and HAL for the Indian Air Force. While the programme was earlier called FGFA, the combined project then referred as Perspective Multi-Role Fighter (PMF). The completed FGFA was to include a total of 43 improvements over the Su-57, including advanced sensors, networking and combat avionics. The Indian version would be a two-seater with pilot and co-pilot or systems operator (WSO). It was reported India withdrew from the FGFA programme in 2018, but also hinted that the project could be resumed at a later date, when the Su-57 is fully operational in the Russian Air Force first. However, General Director of United Aircraft Corporation Yuri Slyusar claimed that the FGFA program was not cancelled and India is still working with Russia regarding to the future aircraft. In October 2019, the Indian Air Force Chief of Air Staff RKS Bhadauria stated that the country will not be importing stealth fighters like the Su-57, and will instead focus on indigenous efforts such as the HAL AMCA. On 2 September 2017, the Indian Air Force cited demanding maintenance programs, and high maintenance costs as main reasons behind its reluctance to proceed with the project. India prefers to produce its own fifth-generation fighter to maintain parity with China's air force that has recently debuted the Chengdu J-20 stealth fighter. On 20 April 2018, it was reported that India had left the project. India officials reported that they became increasingly disappointed with the project's progress after long years of negotiations, delays, and struggles with Russian contractors. They asserted that they were not satisfied with the capabilities of the Su-57, the foundation for FGFA's development, among many things the degree of low observability allowed by the design being the biggest of issues. However, Indian officials did not rule out the possibility of relaunching the FGFA project once the Su-57 is fully introduced into the Russian air force, or later acquiring the fully developed platform. On 19 August 2018, it was reported that the FGFA program was not cancelled; the General Director of United Aircraft Corporation Yuri Slyusar denied the previous reports saying "the topic is not closed" and that Russia and India are still discussing the creation of the fifth-generation fighter. On 9 July 2019, during a meeting with IAF representatives, Russia offered India to resume its participation in Su-57 program. Deputy Director of Russia’s Federal Service for Military and Technical Cooperation Vladimir Drozhzhin told that "Russia is open to that... We are ready and are proposing this program to our Indian partners". IAF Air Chief Marshall Birender Singh Dhanoa during an interview with Russian Ministry of Defense's official newspaper Krasnaya Zvezda (Red Star), stated that while Su-57 is currently not being considered for the IAF, but the combat aircraft can be evaluated once it joins active service with the Russian Air Force. When complete, the FGFA would've been predominantly armed with of Indian origin such as the Astra, a beyond-visual-range missile (BVR) being developed by India. Although in keeping with the Russian BVR doctrine of using a variety of different missiles for versatility and unpredictability to countermeasures, the aircraft was expected to have compatibility with various missile types. It was reported, the FGFA would include systems developed by third parties. The completed joint Indian/Russian versions of the operational fighters would've differed from the then flying prototypes through a total of 43 improvements. Russia had agreed to the demand of the Indian Air force that it must be a two-seater fighter. India had plans for it to be a two-seater with a pilot and systems operator. #GlobalConflictHindi #FGFADeal #IndiaRussiaFifthGenerationFighterAircraftDeal

Sukhoi PAK FA (T-50) Stealth Air Superiority Fighter ⚔️ Russian Air Force [Review]

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The Sukhoi PAK FA is a fifth-generation fighter programme of the Russian Air Force. The T-50 is the name of the prototype aircraft designed by #Sukhoi for the PAK FA programme. Subscribe Now - ⚔️ 🤍 ⚔️ The #Aircraft is a stealthy, single-seat, twin-engine jet fighter, and will be the first operational aircraft in Russian service to use stealth technology. It is a multirole fighter designed for air superiority and attack roles. The fighter is planned to have supercruise, stealth, supermaneuverability, and advanced avionics to overcome the prior generation of fighter aircraft as well as ground and maritime defences. Role: Stealth Air superiority fighter National origin: Russia Design group: Sukhoi Built by: KnAAPO, NAPO First flight: 29 January 2010 Introduction: 2018 (planned) Status: Final flight testing/pre-production Primary users: Russian Air Force, Russian Navy Produced: 2009–present Number built: 6 flyable prototypes Program cost: US$8–10 billion Unit cost: T-50: US$50+ million Variants: Sukhoi/HAL FGFA Crew: 1 Length: 19.8 m Wingspan: 13.95 m Height: 4.74 m Wing area: 78.8 m2 Empty weight: 18,000 kg Loaded weight: 25,000 kg typical mission weight, 29,270 kg at full load Max. takeoff weight: 35,000 kg Powerplant: 2 × NPO Saturn izdeliye 117 (AL-41F1) for initial production, izdeliye 30 for later production thrust vectoring turbofan Dry thrust: 93.1 kN / 107 kN each Thrust with afterburner: 147 kN / 167 kN each Fuel capacity: 10,300 kg Maximum speed: At altitude: Mach 2.0 (2,140 km/h) Supercruise: Mach 1.6 (1,700 km/h) Range: 3,500 km subsonic 1,500 km supersonic Ferry range: 5,500 km Service ceiling: 20,000 m Wing loading: 317–444 kg/m2 Thrust/weight: Saturn 117: 1.02 (1.19 at typical mission weight) izdeliye 30: 1.16 (1.36 at typical mission weight) Maximum g-load: +9.0 g Guns: 1× 30 mm (1.181 in) 9A1-4071K (GSh-301) cannon in right LEVCON root Air to air loadout: 4× K-77M or 4× izdeliye 810 2× K-74M2 or 2× izdeliye 300 Air to ground loadout: 4× Kh-38M or 4× Kh-58UShK or 8× KAB-250 or 4× KAB-500 2× K-74M2 or 2× izdeliye 300 Air to sea loadout: 4× Kh-35 2× K-74M2 or 2× izdeliye 300 Hardpoints: Six external hardpoints. Kh-31 R-73 R-77 We are sure, that all the fans of #MilitaryWeapons will find here something related to their interests. ⚔️ 🤍 ⚔️ Remember that these are not toys :) Our Social Media: Facebook - 🤍 Taringa - 🤍 Best Fighter Jets || Military Weapons 🤍 Music Info: Demilitarized Zone - Ethan Meixsell

Sukhoi / HAL Su-50MKI FGFA - India's 5th Generation Stealth Fighter

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NOTE: 'Su-50MKI' is a fictitious designation I have made up. This aircraft project, in the development stage as of 2009, is simply known as FGFA This is a slideshow video of the future Indian stealth fighter called FGFA (Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft) aka Su-50MKI, jointly developed by Sukhoi Aviation Corporation and Hindustan Aeronautics Limited. It is basically an Indian customized variant of the upcoming Su-50 PAK FA. Specifications (PAK FA and FGFA - projected) General characteristics Crew: 1 and 2 (pilot) Length: 22.0 m (72 ft 2 in) Wingspan: 14.2 m (46 ft 7 in) Height: 6.05 m (19 ft 10 in) Wing area: 78.8 m² (848 ft²) Empty weight: 18,500 kg (40,786 lb) Loaded weight: 26,000 kg (57,320 lb) Useful load: 7,500 kg (16,535 lb) Max takeoff weight: 37,000 kg (81,571 lb) Powerplant: 2× Saturn-Lyulka AL-41F turbofan Dry thrust: 96.1 kN (9,800 kgf, 21,605 lbf) each Thrust with afterburner: 152 kN (15,500 kgf, 34,172 lbf) each Performance Maximum speed: Mach 2+ at altitude (2450+ km/h, 1,500+ mph) g-limits: (9 g) Cruise speed: 1,300 km/h (807.8 mph) Ferry range: 4,000 to 5,500 km (2,485 to 3,418 mi) Service ceiling: 20,000 m (65,617 ft) Rate of climb: 350 m/s (68,898 ft/min) Wing loading: 470 kg/m² (96.3 lb/ft²) Thrust/weight: 0.84 (dry thrust) Minimum thrust/weight: With afterburner: 1.19 Runway length requirement: 350 m (1,148 ft) Endurance: 3.3 hrs (198 mins) Armament Guns: 2× 30 mm internal cannon Hardpoints: 8 total, 4 on each side of the aircraft. Avionics Radar: N050(?)BRLS AESA/PESA Radar (Enhancement of IRBIS-E) on SU-35 Frequency: 3 mm (0.118 in) Diameter: 0.7 m (2 ft 4 in) Targets: 32 tracked, 8 engaged Range: 400 km (248 mi) EPR: 3 m² (32.3 ft²) at 160 km (99.4 mi) RCS: 0.01 m² at 90 km (55 mi) Azimuth: +/-70°, +90/-50° Power: 4,000 W Weight: 65 to 80 kg (143 to 176 lb)

FGFA Pak Fa T- 50 Fresh Official Raw Footage Released By Russian Defence Ministry

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On the eve of Russian Aerospace Force Day, the Russian Ministry of Defense has released first official footage of the fifth-generation stealth aircraft, the FGFA PAK FA Sukhoi T-50. The Russian government unveiled the montage of its prized stealth fighters launching from an aircraft carrier's ski-jump ramp, along with several other aircraft, such as the MiG-29KUB naval fighter and the Su-35S. Although the T-50s only appear for a few brief seconds of the video, that's enough time to make out the the two different camouflage patterns of the first new fighters produced after the Cold War. However, despite the fancy paint job and Russia touting the T-50, critics have responded with skepticism, as several of its features may fall short of achieving the prized moniker of "fifth-generation aircraft." Here's what the T-50 looks like in action: -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "MEA: "Indian Software Exports & Personnel Add To The Competitiveness To The US Industry"" 🤍 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-

SUKHOI PAK-FA T-50 FGFA india's stealth fighter

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The Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft (FGFA) is a fifth-generation fighter which is being developed by Russia and India. It is a derivative project from the PAK FA (T-50 is the prototype) being developed for the Indian Air Force (FGFA is the official designation for the Indian version). The program is initiated to develop a fifth generation fighter aircraft to fill a role similar to that of Lockheed Martin's F-22 Raptor and the F-35 Lightning II, the world's first fifth-generation fighter jets. According to HAL chairman A.K. Baweja shortly after the India-Russia Inter-Governmental Committee meeting on 18 September 2008, the Russian aircraft will be a single-seater, the Indian FGFA will be a twin seater, analogous to the Su-30MKI which is a twin seat variant of the baseline Su-30. Two separate prototypes with minimum common technology will be developed, one by Russia (designated the Sukhoi T-50) and a separate one by India (designated FGFA The joint-venture borrows heavily from the success of the Brahmos project. Russia and India had agreed in early 2007 to jointly study and develop a Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft Programme (FGFA). On October 27, 2007, Asia Times quoted Sukhoi's director, Mikhail Pogosyan, "We [India and Russia] will share the funding, engineering and intellectual property [of the new project] in a 50-50 proportion." The Indian version, according to the deal, will be different from the Russian version and specific to Indian requirements. While the Russian version will be a single-pilot fighter, the Indian variant will have a twin-seat configuration based on its operational doctrine which calls for greater radius of combat operations. The wings and control surfaces need to be reworked for the FGFA. Although, development work has yet to begin, the Russian side has expressed optimism that a test article will be ready for its maiden flight by 2009, one year after PAK FA scheduled maiden flight and induction into service by 2015. According to HAL chairman A.K. Baweja on 16 September 2008, HAL will be contributing largely to composites, cockpits and avionics. HAL is working to enter into a joint development mechanism with Russia for the evolution of the FGFA engine as an upward derivative of the AL-37. By February 2009 as per Sukhoi general director Mikhail Pogosyan India will initially get the same PAK FA fighter of Russia and the only difference will be the software. The first prototype was expected to rolled out by August 2009. Xinhua quoted an Indian defense official in August 2009 saying that India will get its first stealth fighter aircraft by the end of 2009.

Sukhoi/HAL FGFA

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The Sukhoi/HAL Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft (FGFA) is a fifth-generation fighter being developed by Russia and India.

क्या India एक बार फिर से FGFA Project को शुरू करेगा?

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Aero India 2021 international exhibition was held in Bangalore, India, where 14 countries will present their weapons to picky customers from New Delhi. Among them will be Russia, which will account for more than 200 weapons out of 601 declared to participate. Undoubtedly, special attention will be drawn to the export version of our fifth-generation Su 57 E fighter. India’s increased interest in the most modern foreign weapons is due to its dangerous proximity to Pakistan and its support China. New Delhi is happy to acquire weapons, while adhering to the principles of diversification of suppliers, so as not to depend on one person, as well as the gradual localization of their production at home. A striking example is the joint project of licensed production of the Russian T-90S tank. Our country is a long-standing partner for India, which highly values Russian weapons for high quality at a relatively low price. In Bangalore we brought to the show S-400 Triumph and Viking, armored personnel carrier K-16 and BMP K-17, helicopters Ka-52 and Ka-31, promising multirole light helicopter Ka-226T, as well as Mi-28NE, Mi-171Sh and Mi-17V-5. The aircraft will include domestic MiG-35D and Su-35 fighter jets, an export version of the Il-76MD-90A (E) military transport aircraft and il-78MK-90A refuelling aircraft. Also, Hindus will look with great interest at the Russian fifth-generation Su 57 E fighter Rostec is well counting on deepening cooperation with New Delhi in the field of combat aviation. With a dangerous neighbour such as Pakistan and a long-standing territorial problem with the State of Kashmir, India is in dire need of the ability to dominate the airspace. Soviet MiG-21 Hindus began to buy back in 1962, and in 1967 began their own production. In general, this determined the general vector of development of the military aviation industry there. Almost 80% of the Indian Air Force fleet is represented by Soviet and Russian-made aircraft. There are also 50 French multirole Mirage 2000 (H/TH) and a hundred French-British Jaguar fighter-bombers. Of today’s worth mentioning Rafale fighter jets, the contract for the purchase of which is worth 7.87 billion euros New Delhi signed with Paris a few years ago. This is the diversification of suppliers. However, it should be mentioned that the French Rafale costs the Indians 218 million dollars each, and the Russian Su-30MKI generation of 4th local assembly – 83million. The latter is a product of joint cooperation, when India has received a multifunctional fighter under its requirements and assembles aircraft on its territory. Why did New Delhi suddenly start to turn its nose off Russian planes? Detractors will say that because of their lack of quality, but it seems that on the Indian side it is rather a marketing move aimed at knocking out the best conditions for themselves. Thus, specialized military publications of India note that the purchase from Russia of 110 MiG-35 and 114 Su-35 fighters may be related to the condition for the transfer of technology and localization of production by the customer. Also available in the Indian Air Force 222 Su-30MKI fighters can be upgraded under the “Super Sukhoi” variant. And we’re going back to the export version of the Su 57. #GlobalConflicthindi #FGFAIndia #Su57India

HAL Sukhoi PMFFGFA Multirole 5th Generation Fighter Concept The HAL Sukhoi Perspective revealed!!!

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The HAL Sukhoi PMF/FGFA Multirole 5th Generation Fighter Concept The HAL-Sukhoi Perspective Multi-Role Fighter is an Indian two-seat derivative of the planned single-seat Russian PAK FA T-50 5th Generation Fighter prototype currently under development. In December of 2010, it was announced that a partnership deal had been reached between the governments of India and Russia on development of an indigenous 5th Generation Fighter to be based on the currently in-development Russian Sukhoi PAK-FA T-50 prototype. Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL) of India would be partnering with the Sukhoi concern to develop and Indian-centric version of the advanced stealth fighter for use by the Indian Air Force, replacing its existing fleet of Mikoyan MiG-29 Fulcrum and Sukhoi Su-30MKI ("Flanker-H") air superiority fighters - both aircraft with origins in Cold War, 1970s requirements. The $1 1 billion dollar deal will net the Indian Air Force an advanced all-modern fighter with introduction of the series tentatively expected for 2022. To date, the governments are scheduled to sign the deal which will provide India a working prototype to be delivered in 2014 with a follow-up prototype expected in 2017. A third would be joining these two in 2019 and all would serve as evaluation mounts to test various components, onboard systems and general handling and weapons delivery.

Why India May Never Buy Russian 5th Generation Stealth Fighter Su-57 Or FGFA?

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The Sukhoi/HAL Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft (FGFA) or Perspective Multi-role Fighter (PMF) was a fifth-generation fighter aircraft, based on the Russian Sukhoi Su-57, developed by Sukhoi and HAL for the Indian Air Force. While the programme was earlier called FGFA, the combined project is now referred as Perspective Multi-Role Fighter (PMF). The completed FGFA was to include a total of 43 improvements over the Su-57, including advanced sensors, networking and combat avionics. The Indian version would be a two-seater with pilot and co-pilot or weapon systems operator (WSO). It was reported India withdrew from the FGFA programme in 2018, but also hinted that the project could be resumed at a later date, when the Su-57 is fully operational in the Russian Air Force first. However, General Director of United Aircraft Corporation Yuri Slyusar claimed that the FGFA program was not cancelled and India is still working with Russia regarding to the future aircraft. In October 2019, the Indian Air Force Chief of Air Staff RKS Bhadauria stated that the country will not be importing stealth fighters like the Su-57, and will instead focus on indigenous efforts such as the HAL AMCA. When complete, the FGFA would've been predominantly armed with weapons of Indian origin such as the Astra, a beyond-visual-range missile (BVR) being developed by India. Although in keeping with the Russian BVR doctrine of using a variety of different missiles for versatility and unpredictability to countermeasures, the aircraft was expected to have compatibility with various missile types. It was reported, the FGFA would include systems developed by third parties. The completed joint Indian/Russian versions of the operational fighters would've differed from the then flying prototypes through a total of 43 improvements. Russia had agreed to the demand of the Indian Air force that it must be a two-seater fighter. India had plans for it to be a two-seater with a pilot and weapon systems operator. #GlobalConflictHindi #IndiaBuySU57 #IndiaRussiaFGFADeal

FGFA: Why 5th gen JV with Russia was rotten from the start

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After nearly four years after India walked out of the joint venture to develop Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft (FGFA) based on the Russian Su-57 fighter jet, the AMCA program Chief for the first time has confirmed that the major bone of contention was that the Russians had refused to provide India the computer source code that could have allowed India to carry out upgrades to the aircraft with local technology without any Russian assistance. 🌐Website ► 🤍 🌐Connect with 'Daily Defence news' ➡️ Facebook ► 🤍 ➡️Twitter ► 🤍 indian defence news,defence technology,weapons news,defence news,defence update,defence update india,weapons of india,Daily Defence News,Defence News,world news,world news today,Indian Army,Indian Air Force,Indian Defence,Indian Armed Forces,Indian Navy,Indian Defence Updates,Indian Defence News In Hindi,Daily defence news Copyright Disclaimer under Section 107 of the copyright act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favour of fair use.

Sukhoi T-50 PAK-FA/FGFA official First flight clip

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The current prototype is Sukhoi's T-50/PAK FA when fully developed is intended to replace the MiG-29 Fulcrum and Su-27 Flanker in the Russian inventory and serve as the basis of the Sukhoi/HAL FGFA project being developed with India. A fifth generation jet fighter, it is designed to directly compete with the American F-22 Raptor and F-35 Lightning II. The T-50 performed its first flight January 29, 2010. India technologically contributes 25% and financially contributes 50% to the Sukhoi T-50/PAKFA program also known as FGFA program in India

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First flight of SUKHOI PAK-FA T-50 FGFA [HD]

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it was announced on 5 May 2007 by Deputy Prime Minister Sergei Ivanov that the first flight of the new aircraft was expected in late 2008, almost a year later than originally expected. That estimate has now been superseded by the statement of Sukhoi CEO Mikhail Pogosyan, who stated at the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace (LIMA) 2007 exhibition in Malaysia on December 6 that the prototype will not fly until 2009. This was again confirmed by the deputy prime minister in charge of arms procurement, Sergei Ivanov, in a news conference after a meeting of the Military-Industrial Commission in January 2009. On 28 of February 2009 Mikhail Pogosyan announced that the airframe for the aircraft was almost finished and that the first prototype should be ready by August 2009. On 20 August 2009, Sukhoi General Director Mikhail Pogosyan said that the first flight would be by year end. Konstantin Makiyenko, deputy head of the Moscow-based Centre for Analysis of Strategies and Technologies said that "even with delays", the plane would likely make its first flight by January or February, adding that there could be at least 10 years between the first flight and commercial production. The Weekly Standard reports that Russian sources have indicated that the T-50 prototype will fly in 2010 or early 2011 with current technology radar, engines and avionics as the advanced systems for the completed PAK FA will require help from a foreign partner. On December 8, 2009, Deputy Prime Minister Sergei Ivanov announced that the first trials with the fifth-generation aircraft would begin in 2010. The testing, however, has commenced earlier than stated, with the first successful taxiing test taking place on December 24, 2009. The aircraft's maiden flight took place on 29 January 2010 at the KnAAPO airfield; originally scheduled for January 28, it was delayed by one day for unspecified reasons, the aircraft was piloted by Sergey Bogdan and the flight lasted for about 40 minutes

Why IAF should not buy Su 57.

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This video is about Russia's 5th Gen Fighter and why IAF should not buy it. #IAF #Su57 #Russia #india #IndoChina #Standoff

Sukhoi HAL FGFA design sneak peek

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🤍 The Russian/Hindu Sukhoi/HAL FGFA is a fifth-generation fighter, two seat cockpit derivative from the Russian Sukhoi PAK FA. The first aircraft is to begin testing in India in 2014, with introduction into IAF service expected by 2022.

Su-57 Fighter Jet Russia | FGFA India #Shorts

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#Shorts Su-57 Fighter Jet Russia | FGFA India Su-57 single seater twin engine Fifth generation Fighter jet SU-57 vs F-22 Reptor SU-57 vs F-35 Like, share, subscribe

First Maiden flight of Russian SUKHOI PAK-FA T-50 FGFA(amazing video)

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Russia and India agreed in early 2007 to jointly study and develop a Fifth-Generation Fighter Aircraft Programme (FGFA). On October 27, 2007, Asia Times quoted Sukhoi's director, Mikhail Pogosyan, "We [India and Russia] will share the funding, engineering and intellectual property [of the new project] in a 50-50 proportion." The Indian version, according to the deal, will be different from the Russian version and specific to Indian requirements. While the Russian version will be a single-pilot fighter, the Indian variant will have a twin-seat configuration based on its operational doctrine which calls for a greater combat radius. The wings and control surfaces need to be reworked for the FGFA. Although development work has yet to begin, the Russian side has expressed optimism that a test article will be ready for its maiden flight by early 2010, with induction into service by 2015. Its maiden flight is said to be in early 2010. According to sources, both Russia and India will commit to build 250 fighters each and the cost of development will reach US$8-10 billion. In January 2010 it was reported that the Bangalore-based HAL has negotiated firmly to get a 25 per cent share of design and development work in the FGFA programme. HAL's work share will include critical software, including the mission computer; navigation systems; most of the cockpit displays; the counter measure dispensing (CMD) systems; and modifying Sukhois single-seat prototype into the twin-seat fighter that the Indian Air Force (IAF) wants. Further, Russia's expertise in titanium structures will be complemented by India's experience in composites like in the fuselage. A total of 500 aircraft are planned with option for further aircrafts. The Russian Air Force may get 200 single seated and 50 twin-seated PAK FAs while the Indian Air Force is interested in 200 twin-seated and 50 single-seated FGFAs.

that Is Why India Did Not Buy Su-57

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Indian FGFA Superior Than Russian T-50 And Chinese J-20

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⭐ SUBSCRIBE: 🤍 ⭐ Connect with 'Indian Defence Updates' →Instagram ► 🤍instagram.com/defencealerts →Facebook ► 🤍facebook.com/defencealerts →Twitter ► 🤍twitter.com/defencealerts India's new fifth generation stealth fighter will be superior in key aspects to Russia's T-50 from which it's derived It will also have the added advantage of being able to fire the newest iteration of the fearsome BrahMos cruise missile, the BrahMos NG. The T-50 PAK FA is already superior to China's Chengdu J-20 low observable fighter, this means the Indian stealth jet will also be superior to the J-20. India’s FGFA will include a total of 43 improvements over the PAK FA T-50, making it superior in many key aspects to the Russian fighter, of which only six have been produced because they cost over $100 million apiece. That's far too expensive for a battered Russian economy still crippled by Western sanctions triggered by Russia's illegal annexation of the Crimea in 2014. The Indian stealth fighter will be superior in stealth, supercruise, advanced sensors, networking and combat avionics to PAK FA. Under a co-development deal, India will develop one prototype while Russia will develop another. The Indian version will be a two-seat fighter manned by a pilot and a Weapon Systems Operator. The Russian version will be a traditional single seat stealth fighter like the Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II. India wants its indigenous stealth fighter jet to become operational with the Indian Air Force before 2025. It plans to build as many as 127 stealth fighters. India's Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft (FGFA) project will be developed and produced by the Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) at its facility in Nashik at an estimated cost of $25 billion. "The agreement has been completed on our end; we are ready to sign it. It is now down to the Indian side. There are some formalities to figure out, but I think it will be signed by the end of this year," said Sergei Chemezov, CEO of Russian weapons maker Rostech Corporation. Chemzov noted the project "will produce a state of the art fighter jet, and it will be the result of the work on Russia's most modern technology done by both Russian and Indian engineers. As fifth generation, it means fifth generation speed, ballistics and military equipment, avionics and stealth capabilities among other qualities." A significant advantage to the Indian stealth fighter will be its ability to loft and launch BrahMos-NG (Next Generation), a lighter, smaller but deadlier version of the original BrahMos built to destroy enemy warships. Also called mini-BrahMos, this new version will be 50 percent lighter than the original version but will be just as fast at Mach 3.5 (4,300 km/h). Expected to become operational after 2018, BrahMos-NG will have a far smaller radar cross section or RCS than its predecessor, making it far more difficult to locate and destroy. BrahMos-NG will arm the Indian Air Force's Sukhoi Su-30MKI air superiority fighter; Mikoyan MiG-29K carrier-based multirole fighter; HAL Tejas Light Attack Fighter for land and carrier use and the Dassault Rafale multirole fighter, of which 36 have been purchased by India. The SU-30MKI will be able to carry three BrahMos-NGs while the other combat aircraft will carry one each. It's not known how many BrahMos-NGs India's new stealth fighter will carry. CREDITS : Credits: Music was provided by NCS Track name : Spektrem - Shine [NCS Release] Track Link :🤍 ➞ SoundCloud 🤍 ➞ Facebook 🤍 ➞ Twitter 🤍 ➞ Google+ 🤍 ➞ Instagram: 🤍 Follow Jesse Warren (Spektrem): 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 + Music Credits Also To : Kevin McLeod 1. Inspired by Kevin MacLeod 2. Controlled Chaos- No Percussion by Kevin McLeod Kevin McLeod Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License 🤍 ARTIST: Kevin MacLeod Website: incompetech.com OUTRO CREDITS: RavenProDesign (BlueFX design)"Text Reveal" Intro: RavenProDesign 🤍 🤍

How Sukhoi Su-30 MKI became the Backbone of Indian Air Force? Sukhoi & HAL| UPSC Mains GS3

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