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Russian fundamentally new combat aircraft will be shown at MAKS-2021 only as a mock-up?

The fundamentally new combat aircraft of Russia, scheduled to be shown at MAKS-2021, will be presented only in the form of a mock-up.

After a few hours ago, the Rostec Corporation announced a demonstration of a fundamentally new combat aircraft at the MAKS-2021 International Aviation and Space Salon, the first details of what exactly could be displayed appeared.

As the source notes, we are really talking about a new combat aircraft, in the acquisition of which both representatives of the Russian Aerospace Forces and other countries are interested. Nevertheless, it appears that this is only a demonstration of a mock-up of a military aircraft, which still initially has to turn into a prototype, pass all tests and begin mass production.

According to experts, it may well be a sixth generation fighter, which can be either guided or unmanned. In all likelihood, the platform of the Su-57 fighter served as the basis for the creation of a new military aircraft. This is supported by the fact that earlier it became known about successful tests of an unmanned version of the fighter.

For obvious reasons, there are no comments on this matter, however, it will be possible to get acquainted with the new product already on July 20, when the new combat vehicle will be presented.

A good airplane both for sale and for combat operations will come in handy, and the Americans will be pushed with their under-super duper flying gold F-35 box, you know where.

... the basis for the creation of a new military aircraft was the platform of the Su-57 fighter ...
And it is especially piquant that the SU-57 itself has not even entered the series yet, not a single regiment has been formed and there is not even a single combat duty in its service list.

In the photo is a layout of the British 5th generation Tempest

Not a day without a layout.

it's good that there is a lot of forest in Russia, you can do a lot of layouts.

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