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  • FH1100
    FH1100 is a proven design Serving the aviation industry for over forty years it is now available for sale worldwide The FH1100 is powered by the Rolls Royce 250 C20 B engine with over 250 million flight hours and more than 16 000 engines in service Contact Details URL www fh1100 com A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R

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  • MiG-21
    extend ahead of the leading edge Stabilator leading edge sweep angle is 55 o incidence is 0 o dihedral is 0 o span is 11 ft 3 in 3 552 m and total area movable surface is 95 79 ft 2 8 9 m 2 Stabilator deflection angles are 7 5 o up and 16 5 o down The vertical fin and rudder have a TsAGI developed S 11 airfoil w a thickness chord ratio of 6 and a leading edge sweep angle of 60 o The vertical tail has a leading edge sweep angle of 60 o and the aluminum skin utilized is 047 In 1 2 mm thick near the leading edge and 031 in 8 mm thick on the rest of the structure Total vertical tail surface area is 40 9 ft 2 3 8 m 2 for the MIG 21F 13 43 9 ft 2 4 08 m 2 for the MIG 21F and 5 32 m 2 for the MiG 21PFM The hydraulically boosted 10 39 ft 2 965 m 2 rudder has skin 0314 in 8 mm thick and is hinged at 3 points Rudder deflection angle is 25 o to either side There also is a ventral fin on all MiG 21 models for improved directional stability at high a o a On the MiG 21F 13 it has a maximum vertical dimension of approx 13 72 in 352 mm and a leading edge component of dielectric material to accommodate a telemetry antenna Size of the ventral fin on other MiG 21 models varies As noted elsewhere in this site second generation MiG 21s such as the MiG 21PFM were equipped w blown flaps SPS system for sduv pogranichnogo sloya or suction method of boundary layer control Flap surface area on these aircraft was 9 9 ft 2 92 m 2 and settings included 25 o for takeoff and 15 o for landing Landing Gear Using MIG 21F 13 as the generic example Tricycle configuration w main gear retracting inward toward wing centerline into wells located between space between the front and main wing spars As the main gear retracts upwards and slightly forwards the wheel and axle assemblies stay perpendicular to the wing line and slide near vertically 87 o into their respective fuselage positioned wheel wells Nose gear retracts forward into well mounted in tunnel bifurcation space Retraction and extension are hydraulically actuated Basically levered suspension design integrated w oleo Main gear tires on the MiG 21F 13 and presumably most other variants are 25 93 in x 7 66 in 660 mm x 200 mm and nose gear tire is 19 65 x 7 07 in 500 mm x 180 mm Landing lights are attached to hinges aft of gear wells and extend and retract w gear actuation Wheel track is 8 ft 7 in 2 692 m and wheel base is 15 ft 5 in 4 810 m Multi pad disc brakes are of the anti skid type and are integral w the wheel assemblies Free castoring nosewheel is steered through differential braking Brakes are pneumatically actuated A pneumatically released drag chute is provided in a ventral empennage compartment on the left side of the ventral fin The drag chute has an area of 172 2 ft 2 16 m 2 The electrical system is an inverter and AC subsystem dependent upon two silver and zinc batteries for primary power Power is 115 volt single phase at 400 Hz and 36 vott three phase also at 400 Hz Electrical power provides deicing where appropriate Landing gear for the MiG 21PFM differs in that the main gear tire dia was increased to 31 44 in 800 mm the main gear tread is 8 ft 10 in 2 787 m and the main gear track is 15 ft 1 in 4 710 m Also on aircraft such as the MiG 21PFM the drag chute compartment for the PT 21 UK drag chute was moved to the base of the vertical fin and the area of the front airbrakes was increased to 9 52 ft 2 884 m 2 Miscellaneous Equipment The M1G 21F 13 is equipped w two totally independent 3 000 lb in 2 210 kg cm 2 hydraulic systems powered by a variable displacement pump on the engine accessory gearbox which is in turn power takeoff unit from the main compressor A pneumatic system is provided w a redundant emergency back up Blade and rod antennas have been provided for communications radios and electronic warfare systems An RSIU UHF radio w vertical tail antennas an SRO 2 or SRO 2M IFF w vertical tail or nose antennas on late model MiG 21s an SO 69 radar warning receiver w fin tip antennas and various types of radar AFA 39 photographic equipment can be accommodated by the MiG 21F l3 and other MiG 21 variants as well The MiG 21PF is equipped w the RP 21M Sapfir radar Late model MiG 21s such as the MIG 21PFM are updated w Chrom Nikiel IFF and are equipped w improved models of the RP 21M radar The MiG 21R and MiG 21RF are capable of carrying a reconnaissance pod containing both optical and radar image generation systems Radar types utilized by the various MiG 21 models include NATO Spin Scan A B w pulse search and track capability NATO High Fix w range finding only capability and NATO Jay Bird w pulse search and track capability Their respective applications are as follows R1L NATO Spin Scan A B Ye 7 Ye 7SPS Ye 76 M1G 21M MIG 21PF MiG 21PFM MiG 21PFS MiG 21R R2L NATO High Fix Ye 9 MiG 21FL NATO High Fix Ye 6T MiG 21F MIG 21F 13 NATO Jay Bird MIG 21M M1G 21MF M1G 21R MIG 21RF MiG 21SMT MiG 21bis T 266 Chinese Powerplant Fuel Variable position intake spike moves forward and back via hydro mechanical actuator and serves to control intake shockwave and thus

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  • FLAMING AIR
    the ATEC Zephyr Urban Lambada Samba FSU Saphir and the Podesva Trener Baby which is marketed under the Flaming Air name although built in the Czech Republic In late 2003 the company announced it was preparing to the FA 02 Smaragd an ultralight motorglider based on the Saphir Contact Details Address Flugplatz Oehna Zellendorf D 14913 Zellendorf Germany Tel 49 33742 61 70 Fax 49 33742 617 21 URL www

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  • Sukhoi Su-27
    2005 adding L175 Khibiny EW system quiet radar and electro optic targeting pod Initial 20 first stage upgrades to have been completed by end of 2003 when IOC was scheduled although year end target had fallen to 10 to 12 according to mid 2003 announcement Su 27SMK Single seat multirole fighter based on the basic Su 27SK and not the Zhuk equipped Su 27SM revealed 1995 Compared with Su 27SK has 12 instead of 10 hardpoints 8 000 kg 17 637 lb weapon load state of the art nav system including long range radio nav GPS multichannel comms and latest ECM larger internal wing fuel tanks and provision for two 2 000 litre 528 US gallon 440 Imp gallon underwing tanks flight refuelling and buddy refuellling capability retains N001 radar Most improvements already introduced on other Su 27 series aircraft enabling virtually full standard Phase One Su 27SMKs to be offered for immediate delivery These would be configured for air to air roles with the new wings containing increased internal fuel provision for underwing tanks flight refuelling 12 hardpoints and RVV AE R 77 AA 12 Adder AAM capability Su 30KI demonstrator is regarded as Phase One standard Phase Two aircraft with improved avionics and weapon systems for air to surface missions theoretically available later weapons options to include Kh 29 and Kh 31 ASMs plus KB 500 LGBs although this seems unlikely without much more extensive upgrade Dimensions as Su 27 except wing span over wingtip R 73E missiles 14 95 m 49 ft 0 1 2 in Weights and performance see tabulated data Su 27PD Long endurance test aircraft with retractable AAR probe offset IRST and recontoured tail sting sometimes described as single seat Su 30 originally Su 27P Probably stripped of weapons system for research at Gromov Flight Research Institute and demonstration flying Added satellite navigation no radar or weapon controlsystem PC 486 with LCD for flight assessment of indication formats At least one aircraft 3720 598 last known Russian military Su 27 by early 1998 this was marked Su 27 Upgrade and undertaking development flying for Su 30KI later Su 30KM programme Duties included two flights to North Pole in July and September 1999 testing SRNK satnav system Another Su 27P 3711 595 lacked AAR probe On 25 January 2002 2711 made first flight with AL 31F M1 turbofan as initial stage in development of upgraded engine for PAKFA fifth generation fighter Fitted with thrust vector ing nozzles by 2003 Su 30KI The Su 30KI prototype 4002 wearing the basic Chinese dark grey colour scheme but with a disruptive camouflage superimposed on the wings tailplanes and outer surfaces of the tailfins first flew on 28 June 1998 and was then sent to Chkalov Flight Test at Akhtubinsk where it was evaluated and used for launch trials of the RVV AE AA 12 Adder AAM and for avionics and refuelling probe verification The Su 30KI was described as a single seat Su 30 and was tailored to

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  • Sukhoi Su-27SKM
    night under fair and adverse weather conditions The built in laser range finder ensures efficient employment of high precision weapons The radar mapping of ground water surface and target tracking provide pre launch target designation and employment of missiles and air bombs in any weather day and night The high performance ECM equipment is installed on fighter to destroy the hostile radars by anti radiation missiles The navigation system provides high accuracy navigation in all stages of flight The cockpit instrumentation facilitates the pilot to operate effectively using a combination of the large size colour LC multifunctional displays The in flight refuelling system enables to increase the fighter s flight endurance restricted by physical ability of a pilot ARMAMENT The Su 27SKM combat load is carried on ten external hardpoints and includes R 27 air to air missiles of all modifications R 73E and RVV AE AAMs as well as Kh 31A Kh 31P Kh 29T TE L ASMs and KAB 1500Kr and KAB 500Kr guided bombs The unguided weapons comprise S 8 S 13 and S 25 rockets and up to 500 kg calibre air bombs The aircraft is also armed with a built in GSh 301 gun with

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  • Sukhoi Su-30MK
    equipment of container type an IFF system communications equipment a recording and monitoring system allowing the fighter to perform efficiently missions assigned The phased array antenna radar can track while scan up to 15 air targets in automatic mode Acquisition range for a fighter type target with the radar cross section of 3 m2 is 120 km in free space and 100 km against the earth background There is an option of attacking radar contrast ground targets while continuing air space scanning The fire control radar can classify up to 10 types of air targets The optronic locator can detect targets at a distance of up to 90 km and find range to them up to 3 5 km A helmet mounted sight supplying target designation to missiles IR seekers greatly improves fighter s effectiveness in close air manoeuvring combat The rear and front cockpits are equipped with multifunctional colour control consoles to manage the avionics systems and weapon systems of the aircraft A digital ground map with associated operational tactical information can also be displayed on the indicator ARMAMENT The Su 30MK combat load is carried on 12 hardpoints and includes air to air and air tosurface guided missiles corrected bombs unguided air bombs and rockets The fighter can launch all modifications of the RVV AE and R 27 medium range air to air guided missiles and R 73E close range agile missiles providing high target kill probability and possibility of simultaneous launches against four targets Employment of the Kh 31P Kh 31А Kh 59МE Kh 29Т ТЕ high precision air to surface guided missiles with passive and active radar TV and command guidance systems and КАB 1500Кr and КАB 500Кr ОD corrected bombs allows the fighter to defeat with high precision a wide range of ground and surface

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  • Sukhoi Su-30MK2
    is equipped with the surveillance targeting radar and optronic systems that provide engagement of air and ground surface targets day and night under fair and adverse weather conditions The built in laser range finder ensures efficient employment of high precision weapons The radar mapping of ground water surface and target tracking provide pre launch target designation and employment of missiles and air bombs in any weather day and night The high performance ECM equipment is installed on fighter to destroy the hostile radars by anti radiation missiles The navigation system provides high accuracy navigation in all stages of flight The cockpit instrumentation facilitates the pilot to operate effectively using a combination of the large size colour LC multifunctional displays The in flight refuelling system enables to increase the fighter s flight endurance combat radius restricted by physical ability of a pilot ARMAMENT The Su 30MK2 combat load is carried on ten external hardpoints and includes R 27 air to air missiles of all modifications R 73E and RVV AE AAMs as well as Kh 35E Kh 59MK Kh 59ME Kh 31A Kh 31P Kh 29T TE L air to surface missiles and KAB 1500Kr and KAB 500Kr guided bombs The

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  • Sukhoi Su-35
    km against air targets with RCS 3 m2 providing high resolution in the air to surface mode as well as joint operation both in air to air and air to surface modes as well as highly integrated avionics with overall control from open architecture data control system providing intelligent support to the pilot multi channel against air and ground targets highly sensitive and jam proof optical location system cockpit data management field with optimal representation of displayed data and controls and with implementation of HOTAS high accuracy navigation system in flight refuelling system increasing flight range thrust vector controlled engines boasting the aircraft unsurpassed manoeuvrability and giving the Su 35 its full capability ARMAMENT The fighter carries an impressive armament suite comprising a wide range of close air combat short medium and long range weapons with different types of guidance mode The Su 35 organic weapons installed on 12 hardpoints include R 27R1 R 27ER1 R 27T1 R 27ET1 R 27P1 R 27EP1 R 73E and RVV AE AAMs long range ASMs long range anti ship missiles Kh 59MK Kh 31A Kh 31P Kh 29T TE L as well as KAB 1500Kr LG and KAB 500Kr OD guided bombs The

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