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Sukhoi Su-2 Sukhoi Su-2

1937

Only a marginally later design than the British Fairey Battle, the Soviet Sukhoi Su-2, designed by Pavel ...

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Pavel O Sukhoi established his own OKB, or Experimental Design Bureau, in December 1938, and, ...

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Sukhoi Su-1 (I-330)

1940

Sukhoi Su-1 (I-330)

Sukhoi Su-6 Sukhoi Su-6

1942

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At the time of the evacuation of the Sukhoi OKB to Novosibirsk, the prototype of ...

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Sukhoi Su-3 (I-360)

1942

Sukhoi Su-3 (I-360)

Sukhoi Su-8 (DDBSh) Sukhoi Su-8 (DDBSh)

1943

Twin-engined long-range attack aircraft. No production.

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The development at the TsIAM (Central Aero Engine Institute) by K V Kholshchevnikov of the ...

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Sukhoi Su-5 (I-107)

1944

Sukhoi Su-5 (I-107)

Sukhoi Su-7 (I) Sukhoi Su-7 (I)

1944

Chronologically, the Su-7 mixed-power high-altitude interceptor preceded the Su-5, being based broadly on the single-seat ...

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The UTB-2 was a trainer derivative of the Tu-2. The UTB-2 was structurally similar, but ...

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Sukhoi UTB-2

1946

Sukhoi UTB-2

Sukhoi Su-9 (K) Sukhoi Su-9 (K)

1946

Displaying a close conceptual similarity to the Messerschmitt Me 262, the Su-9 single-seat fighter, also ...

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In late May 1947, flight testing commenced of a development of the Su-9, the Su-11 ...

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Sukhoi Su-11 (I)

1947

Sukhoi Su-11 (I)

Sukhoi Su-12 Sukhoi Su-12

1947


Rolled out at Novosibirsk on 25 October 1948 and first flown in January 1949, the ...

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Sukhoi Su-15 (I)

1949

Sukhoi Su-15 (I)

Sukhoi Su-7 (II) Sukhoi Su-7 (II)

1955

During reorganisation of the Soviet aircraft industry in November 1949, Pavel O Sukhoi's OKB was ...

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Within an unusually short timescale, the Pavel Sukhoi OKB succeeded in developing a successful limited ...

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Sukhoi Su-9 (II)

1956

Sukhoi Su-9 (II)

Sukhoi T-3 Sukhoi T-3

1956

Unofficially dubbed Balalaika thanks to its resemblance in shape to the sound box of that ...

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During 1957, the Sukhoi OKB began construction of the prototype of a new tailed-delta interceptor, ...

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Sukhoi P-1

1958

Sukhoi P-1

Sukhoi Su-7B Sukhoi Su-7B

1959

With the change in the VVS FA heavy fighter requirement from a primary air-to-air role ...

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The availability of a more powerful radar, the Uragan (Hurricane) 5B, matched with new medium-range ...

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Sukhoi Su-11 (II)

1961

Sukhoi Su-11 (II)

Sukhoi Su-15 Sukhoi Su-15

1962

Development of a single-seat interceptor fighter providing better supersonic performance while (initially) preserving a fundamentally ...

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The Su-17 (S-32) single-seat ground attack fighter was the product of an extraordinary process of ...

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Sukhoi Su-17

1966

Sukhoi Su-17

Sukhoi Su-24 Sukhoi Su-24

1970

In 1965, the Soviet government instructed the Sukhoi design bureau to begin design studies of ...

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This enormous project was triggered in December 1962 by the need to intercept the B-70 (or ...

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Sukhoi T-4 ("100")

1972

Sukhoi T-4 ("100")

Sukhoi Su-25 Sukhoi Su-25

1975

A Russian requirement for an attack aircraft in the A-10 Thunderbolt II class materialized ...

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The Sukhoi Su-27 was developed as a long-range interceptor and escort fighter for the IA-PVO, ...

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Sukhoi Su-27

1977

Sukhoi Su-27

Sukhoi Su-39 Sukhoi Su-39

1984

The latest upgrade of Su-25 attack plane. Evolution included Su-25T (anti-tank, flew on August ...

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A light single piston-engined high-performance sport aircraft, that since the mid-1980s has set world records ...

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Sukhoi Su-26

1984

Sukhoi Su-26

Sukhoi Su-35 Sukhoi Su-35

1985

Advanced derivative of the Su-27 "Flanker". The first Su-27M prototype flew in 1985 and ...

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A navalised version of the Su-27 for carrier-borne operations. ...

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Sukhoi Su-33 "Navy Flanker"

1987

Sukhoi Su-33 "Navy Flanker"

Sukhoi Su-29 Sukhoi Su-29

1991

A two seat development of Su-26. Su-29M is equipped with ejection seats, the lightest aircraft ...

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A further development of the Su-29. It has an even more impressive performance, and has ...

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Sukhoi Su-31

1992

Sukhoi Su-31

Sukhoi Su-34 Sukhoi Su-34

1993

Further development of the Su-27. The first prototype built from an Su-30 tandem two-seat trainer ...

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Su-30 is a two-seat (tandem) long-range combat aircraft and trainer. Financial stringency has restricted the ...

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Sukhoi Su-30

1993

Sukhoi Su-30

Sukhoi Su-37 Sukhoi Su-37

1996

New russian super-manoeuvrable fighter is a further development of Su-27 and Su-35. The ...

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New russian fighter with forward swept wings. The first prototype flew on September 25, 1997. The ...

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Sukhoi S-37 "Berkut"

1997

Sukhoi S-37 "Berkut"

Sukhoi S-80 Sukhoi S-80

2001

The first prototype flew in 2001.

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The Sukhoi Superjet 100 is a modern, fly-by-wire regional jet in the 75- to 95-seat ...

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Sukhoi Superjet 100

2008

Sukhoi Superjet 100

Sukhoi PAK FA Sukhoi PAK FA

2010

The Sukhoi PAK FA is a twin-engine jet fighter being developed by Sukhoi OKB for ...

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