Tag: Mig-35 Fulcrum-Foxtrot

Russian Swifts aerobatic team to transition to MiG-35
The transition will only occur after testing on the MiG-35 has been completed Russian aerobatic team Swifts will trade-in their MiG-29s for the MiG-35, Lt. Gen. Andrey Yudin of the Russian Air and Space Force (RuASF) said. According RT, the transition will only occur after testing on the MiG-35 has been completed. As we have already explained, the Mikoyan MiG-35 (NATO reporting name Fulcrum-Foxtrot)...
IAI could bring five Sri Lanka Air Force Kfir fighters back into service
The Sri Lanka Air Force acquired six Kfir C.2s and a single TC.2 in 1995–1996. The service added additional nine aircraft to its inventory by 2005 Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) is said to be in talks with Sri Lanka to restore the serviceability of five Kfir fighters currently grounded. According to Colombo Page which cites Jane’s Defence Weekly as the source,...
This is Egyptian Air Force MiG-35s latest paint scheme
The Egyptian Air Force MiG-35 deal represents the largest order for the Fulcrum fighter aircraft in the post-Soviet period The Egyptian Air Force (EAF) has switched to a new paint scheme for the MiG-35s it ordered. This new paint job was spotted at RAC MiGs production plant at Lukhovitsy. As we have already reported in fact the first EAF MiG-35 was...
Egyptian Air Force MiG-29M crashes during training flight. The Pilot ejected safely
The Egyptian Air Force MiG-35 deal represents the largest order for the Fulcrum fighter aircraft in the post-Soviet period Taken by Dmitri Terekhov at Zhukovsky Air Base, Russia, the interesting photo in this post shows first Egyptian Air Force (EAF) MiG-29/35. The jet’s serial number is 811. In Nov. 2013, it was reported that Egypt and Russia were negotiating an order of...
Technical specifications were a secondary factor in MiG-35 development, given that Russian Ministry of Defense wants the Fulcrum-Foxtrot as cheaply as possible As we have recently reported, on Jan. 26, 2016 the Mikoyan-Gurevich Design Bureau (MiG) demonstrated the new MiG-35 to Russian President Vladimir Putin. According to the company, the Fulcrum-Foxtrot is a a 4+++ generation jet fighter that is a...
Several Eastern Europe Countries, such as Bulgaria, Slovakia and Poland, which already operate the MiG-29 fighter jet, could procure the MiG-35 According to Special-ops.org, several Eastern Europe Countries, such as Bulgaria, Slovakia and Poland, which already operate the MiG-29 fighter jet, could procure the MiG-35, the latest Fulcrum derivative. In fact Deputy Director of the Russian Federal Service for Military-Technical Cooperation...

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