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Mikoyan Aircrafts: MiG's

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    • #22
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      Russia, Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-35


      • #23
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        Thank You

        For your time for learning about Artem Mikoyan's aircrafts and it was honor to share with you achievements of our Armenian descent.

        To discuss more about designs and Concepts of military aviation please visit
        Last edited by Armynia; 12-29-2015, 02:24 PM.


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          Thanks for sharing.....keep the thread alive if you can.
          Mikoyan's designs always come out like Mr Kalashnikov's AK-47
          If not better.

          It makes me angry and my azz burns that we don't have 1 Mig-29 when we were the ones who designed it.
          B0zkurt Hunter


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            BTW do you have any information on Mig-Skat?
            B0zkurt Hunter


            • #26
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              Originally posted by Eddo211 View Post
              Thanks for sharing.....keep the thread alive if you can.

              Would you like to operate this aviation threads with me. It would be a great honor to spread Aviation love in Armenian forum with Armenian Pilots like You


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                I will help anyway I can. Any questions about flying or maintenance don't hesitate to ask you all.

                I will try not to screw up your Aviation threads......let me know if I am off topic or when I say things not relevant.

                Thanks Armynia
                B0zkurt Hunter


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                  MiG-35: Super Fulcrum Answer To F-35?

                  The MiG-35 has a necessary set of avionics enabling the use of all means of currently available air weapons against aerial, ground and surface targets. It also had a single or a double seat option which was previously assigned to specialized training and combat aircraft.

                  Today, the corporation has been working on the preparations for the production launch of the new generation 4 ++ fighters.

                  “We have done a lot to increase the life of the aircraft and to reduce the cost of its operation, which is essential for the light fighter. An additional competitive advantage of MiG-35 is the possibility to use the exploitation of MiG-29 infrastructure. We hope that the MiG-35 will go into Russian Aerospace Forces in the period of 2018-2020,” the General Director of Corporation MiG, Sergei Korotkov said.
                  A deep development of the MiG-29 family, the advanced jet can simultaneously lock on to 10 targets and can engage up to six of them. In contrast with its predecessors, the MiG-35 has made significant evolutionary steps:

                  • It carries more weapons;

                  • Flight costs 2.5 times less;

                  • Pilots use helmet imaging systems;

                  • The plane carries more fuel and can participate in air refueling as both “recipient” and “donor”;

                  • The MiG-35 is equipped with a very sophisticated electronic warfare system and an anti-missile system;

                  • It has a range of 5th generation aircraft characteristics etc.

                  The aircraft can reach speeds of Mach 2.23 and fly as high as 19,000 meters. In addition, the aircraft can carry a full range of existing and prospective aircraft weapons. The jet is armed with a 30mm gun, air-to-air, air-to-surface, anti-ship, anti-radar missiles, rockets, bombs and aerial mines. The MiG-35 aircraft was first presented internationally during the Aero India 2007 air show.