Thursday, 30 May 2013

Latihan Penerbangan

Test Flight dua Pesawat Tempur Sukhoi SU-30 MK2 yang dilaksanakan selama satu hari , Senin (27/5) dengan Pilot Alexander dan Sergey, yang sebelumnya menjalani perakitan di Skadron Teknik 044 oleh Tim Teknisi dari Rusia yang dibantu Teknisi dari Skadron Teknik 044 berjalan lancar dan sukses.

Pelaksanaan test flight dua Pesawat Tempur Sukhoi pesawat tempur SU-30 MK2 buatan KNAAPO (Komsomolsk-na Amure Aircraft Production Association) Rusia, pesanan pemerintah Indonesia buatan Rusia yang tiba di Lanud Sultan Hasanuddin beberapa hari yang lalu, diawali dengan pelaksanaan briefing penerbangan yang dihadiri Kadisops Kolonel Pnb Widyargo Ikoputra.S.E mewakili Komandan Lanud Sultan Hasanuddin Marsma TNI Barhim, Pilot Test Flight dari Rusia, Pejabat Skadron Udara 11 serta Petugas PLLU dan Meteo Lanud Sultan Hasanuddin.

Test Flight pesawat tempur canggih yang kurang lebih dua jam dimulai pada pukul 09.00 Wita dilaksanakan di atas udara Lanud Sultan Hasanuddin dan sekitarnya dengan melaksanakan berbagai manuver diudara tersebut disaksikan langsung oleh Para Kepala Dinas serta Pejabat Staf Lanud Sultan Hasanuddin berjalan lancar dan sukses.

The Sukhoi Su-30MKK (NATO reporting name: Flanker-G) is a modification of the Su-30, incorporating advanced technology from the Su-27M variant. Su-30MKK was developed by Sukhoi Company (JSC) in 1997, as a result of a direct Request for Tender between the Russian Federation and the People's Republic of China. It is a heavy class, all-weather, long-range strike fighter, comparable to the American F-15E Strike Eagle.

Su-30MK2 is a further improvement to Su-30MKK with upgraded avionics and maritime strike capabilities. The MKK and MK2 are currently operated by the People's Liberation Army Air Force, Indonesian Air Force, Vietnam People's Air Force, Venezuelan Air Force and the Uganda People's Defence Force.


The main power plants are two AL-31F engines that provide great maneuverability and thrust. Range can be extended with the in flight refueling probe. Domestic Chinese resources have claimed that the Chinese engine WS-10 with higher mean time between overhaul can also be used, but this is yet to be confirmed by the official sources and sources outside China. The average mean time between overhaul of AL-31F is only slightly above 500 hours, significantly lower than its western counterparts, the same problem reportedly encountered by Indian Air Force for its Su-30MKI fleet.



Komsomolsk-na Amure Aircraft Production Association


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