Double-engine helicopters have long been a staple of the Indian Army and Air Force but this one is the first of its kind in the world.
The Sukhoi Su-30MKI is the latest aircraft in the country’s indigenous design family and its development is credited with making it the world’s most advanced aircraft.
The aircraft is one of the most advanced in the Middle East and is considered to be one of its most important military capabilities.
The Su-32MKI, which was unveiled in March 2018, was also developed in India and its design has been adopted by the United States and Russia.
The US Navy has used the aircraft to conduct surveillance missions in the Arabian Gulf, as well as to conduct naval exercises.
A Sukhois fighter jet can carry an estimated 1,000kg of cargo, including ammunition and weapons.
The Indian government, however, has also said it would use the aircraft as a strike platform.
The plane has a range of 1,500km and is capable of taking off from an altitude of up to 20,000m.
Its radar, a twin-stream, three-element design, can detect targets from a distance of 2,000-3,000km and has a maximum speed of Mach 3.3.
Its engines are capable of operating up to 12,000rpm and it has a crew of up at least 12.
Its main rotor blades are 7.1m and its nose wheel is 2.7m long.
The plane is a twin fuselage aircraft, with two separate wings, a tail fin and a wingtip that can be used for a vertical take-off and landing.
The tail is made of composite materials and can be painted black or white depending on the mission.
Su-30A fighter aircraft – India’s Sukhoisan MiG-29K variant, which has been the backbone of the military since the 1980s, according to US Department of Defense.
Photo: US Air Force/Facebook The Sukhuis are designed to operate in remote areas, in a very dry environment and in hostile airspace, with a range that extends well beyond the Indian coast, making them ideally suited for operations that require precision strikes and to provide support to ground forces operating on the ground.
It can carry a range between 5,000 and 7,000 kilometres and can carry up to 1,200kg of payload.
The Su-29 and MiG29K variants are the mainstay of the Air Force’s fighter fleet and are also in service with the Indian Navy.
The MiG 29K, an upgrade to the MiG 30K that replaced it, was first delivered in 1994.
The Sukhoigas mainstay aircraft is a single fuselage, two-seater fighter jet.
It has a max speed of about Mach 2.6, and its range can reach up to 2,500 kilometres.
The jet can take off from a height of about 15,000 metres and carry up in excess of a tonne of munitions.
The wingspan of a single MiG jet can be as high as 10m, and the wingspan is about 5m wide.
MiG 29 and MiGG 29 are variants of the Mi-17 jet fighter jet that first appeared in the 1970s.
They are both based on the Mi G-17.
The two-seat fighter jet has a wingspan as high at 10m as the MiGs twin-seaters, and can operate from a range up to 5,800km.
The single-seat jet can also carry up a ton of munitions, but the wings and tail are much smaller.
The jets have been in service for almost 30 years and the US Navy’s first combat test was in 1996.
The MiG fighter jets of the Soviet Union were also among the most technologically advanced fighters in the World.
The fighters were designed to deliver a wide range of air-to-air, air-ground and air-sea attacks.
The Soviet MiG 27, a two-place fighter jet, is a successor of the aircraft that was designed in the early 1980s and is a mainstay in the military’s air force.
Its design was based on that of the Sukhoikis MiG 24 fighter jet and was built in the late 1990s.
The four-seat aircraft has a total range of 2.2-2.5 millionkm and can take-offs from a maximum altitude of 20,500m.
The aircraft has two engines, each powered by a single RD-250 turbojet.
The engines can deliver up to 3,000hp.
Its range can be up to 4,000kms.
The nose wing is made out of composite material and can make a nose wheel that can reach 7m.
The engine of the two-stage engine is mounted in a single wing, which can reach 3,800m.
It was the only aircraft to be built by Sukhoishin Aircraft Industries.The Tupole