Russia delivered the first four Indian Navy MiG-29K carrier-based aircraft
head of MiG aircraft maker said Thursday, the Indian Navy has delivered the first four MiG-29″ Fulcrum-D “Sea Fighter
MiG company said the remaining 12 fighters will be delivered complete
the end of 2009, according to Russian news agency website February 12, 2009 reported production of MiG aircraft Business leader, said on Thursday Russia has already delivered the first four Indian Navy MiG-29 “Fulcrum-D” (Fulcrum-D) sea fighter, and the remaining 12 aircraft deliveries will be completed end of 2009.
Russia and India in January 20, 2004 signed a contract with the direction of India provided Russia to provide 12 single-seat MiG-29K fighters and four two-seat MiG-29KUB fighter. The direction of the Indian contract as Russia sold $ 750 million and is currently being modified for the “Admiral Gorshkov” aircraft trading parts.
the Indian city of Bangalore, India 2009 air show held during the informal meeting, Mikhail Pogosyan said at a news conference, “The first four aircraft have been delivered the Indian side, and review by technical experts in India , Indian pilots are undergoing a five-month flight training course training. “
Pogosyan said the remaining aircraft will be delivered to India at the end of the year is completed, to fulfill the contract.
these fighters in the future as the “Admiral Gorshkov” aircraft carrier-based aircraft to use, “Admiral Gorshkov” aircraft carrier will be renamed “Vic Rama Tia “was started in 2012, served in the Indian Navy. (China Shipbuilding Technology and Economy Institute Lei Song)